I just couldn’t do it.
“When was the last time your face was buried in a really good book?”
“No. I don’t read books anymore. I go on Facebook!”
“Facebook? What kind of book is that?”
Roger Ebert has taken “a leave of presence.”
In addition to President Obama’s visit to Connecticut yesterday on behalf of the Sandy Hook victims, family members came to Capitol Hill to rally behind pending gun control legislation in an effort to urge Washington lawmakers to reduce gun violence. Their urging comes at a time when 13 Republican senators are threatening to block and stall the proposed gun-control legislation package with a filibuster. The bill, which has been called “a wish list for gun-control advocates,” includes proposals such as background checks and record-keeping of gun sales.
“Tell us about yourself.”
Is it good business sense to side with a controversial topic such as gay marriage?
We live in an increasingly connected world where it is harder to unplug from the daily din of life. Social media allows us to interact with anyone, anywhere, who is in isolation even if there is no one physically surrounding us. A virtual presence can provide us with instant responses from anywhere but it can’t create a physical one. It’s the physical presence that forms social bonds not forged through social media.