Are a few of us trapped in the social media matrix?

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I myself talk to family and friends regarding life, thoughts and any other relevant issues, and I wonder – how many only have the web?

I myself talk to family and friends regarding life, thoughts and any other relevant issues, and I wonder – how many only have the web?

Blogging daily, posting pictures and revealing their innermost thoughts for strangers or friends to consume, and respond, eagerly awaiting something – just something, a like, a share or even the magical comment to show they are not simply invisible, but are still relevant to someone, even though it may just be a stranger.

To say we are more connected than ever via the three magnificent Ws, some of us seem so far apart!

Is it a sad reflection of society that as we grow globally, reaching into nearly all the minds on the planet – we also create a band of separation from others by not interacting on a more physical level, but chose technology to do so?

Does inboxing someone now count as a deep conversation?

Are we losing our voices to really speak?

Is this all this platform is though — a means to talk in a separated world?

A cleverly built platform to let one stand upon a soapbox and narrate his thoughts, free from the judgement of others but to similar ilk interested in shared interests.

Do we need platforms like these to explore ourselves as we delve into new unknown territories where we — free from the scope of judgements of family or friends: present our works for the eyes of the viewer, who through a shared interest will appreciate it?

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