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Tuesday, 24 April 2012


Phil Wood

This is a valuable article. It brings back some awkward memories of why I gave up on social media altogether last year following a nervous breakdown. I have become increasingly suspicious of all that immediacy. It seems like a recipe for permanent indigestion. The urge to 'shoot from the hip' or fire arguments into the ether in real time is almost overwhelming at times. I agree with you about narcissism, but it's all so ill-tempered too. Perhaps I'm in danger of 'narcissism' but I think we've been blogging along the same lines:

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