Diminishing returns from social media interaction

I’m convinced that we are several “killer apps” past this point.

Bebo

MySpace

Facebook

LinkedIn

Twitter

Instagram

Snapchat

It’s a story of  devolution as opposed to evolution.

We are going backwards as a society as we move closer and closer towards inane instantaneous interactions that can easily be taken out of context and spawn self-reinforcing negative feedback cycles that end in false ignominy for the poor individual who stuffs up online.

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