Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Social Networking News

Social networking was going to save the world, bringing us all together in one gigantic jelly-shaped mound of love, peace, pirated videos and lists of favourite tracks. Sadly it's all gone wrong. Social networking is going the way of all technologies - downhill. Here, for example, ghouls can sign up to track the deaths of MySpace users. The CIA, meanwhile, has launched A-Space, a site designed to overcome the terrible loneliness that afflicts so many spooks. And, finally, we have Arsebook, the anti-social networking site that puts you in touch with the people you hate. It looks like it's back to the old save-the-world drawing board.

4 comments:

  1. there is no such thing as society, only individuals and families. there's a site called myfambly.com where family members can communicate strictly through their personal notebooks and mobiles, and onlyme.net where people who don't give a fuck can not give a fuck but still have web presence - it's their basic human right.

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  2. CIA site is amusing but doomed: no way anyone in their right mind would share intel if they don't have to, and the idea of getting anyone who's ever had a cover to relax about it is nuts.

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