Hypothetical Supposition: Those who were either extroverted or introverted before pandemic restrictions have become even more so since. The extroverted craving being out even more and the introverted becoming more comfortable with the solitude.
(I’m in the later camp)
George Saunders: ‘These trenches we’re in are so deep’ | George Saunders | The Guardian
“So I’m not a fan of social media. I’m not on it. And I won’t be, because I think it’s killing us, actually. I really do.”
Life is as complex and beautiful as a snowflake. And, in the grand scheme, as brief and temporary.
Years later, I still think about this talk about tech job burn-out given by my friend Garrick van Buren often. Perhaps, because I often fantasize about pulling a 410 error exit from the online world myself.
In case anyone is wondering what the printed book from Day One looks like…
Tired: Pretending to know.
Wired: Not knowing.
That thing when you’ve become so accustomed to the constant barrage of the abnormal that the normal feels a bit surreal.