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I’m concerned about the day when everything is digital. Not just communication, but people’s entire representation of themselves. A digital me? For real? No. I don’t want to see it. Hopefully the digitalization of life will slow down enough that I will be off to heaven before I loose my actual skin!
By connielynn URL on 03.29.2011
The age is literally the digital age. We went from using our hands to write to using our hand to type. Everything is becoming digital. Soon we will all be digital. Digital hearts, brains, digital livers. We will be able to survive of diesel and engine fluid. No one will think in analog anymore.
By Charlotte Wright on 03.29.2011
My digital life has become obsolete. The world out there is looking at me through my window and I am hanging up hammocks full of air in my garden full of trees that has grown in my head while I was sleeping. You and me are all we need and I can’t think of anything I would rather do. The day is waiting and I am full of seconds.
By David URL on 03.29.2011
We live in a digital age where people connect with each other across invisible wires in the sky.
By Imperfect.In.deed URL on 03.29.2011
Digital watches are a favourite subject of Douglas Adams. He is apparently distraught about the fact that a lot of people like digital watches. Personally I prefer analogue watches. They look much nicer, and especially those pocket watches with open radarwork (steampunk) are extremely cool.
By Emmi URL on 03.29.2011
THis is a world that everything is digital. We have converted to digital TV, clocks, alarms, and many others. I cannot imagine the olden days, a life without digital. Everything is here at your fingertips.
By Morgan on 03.29.2011
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