Ivo Andrić, Meša Selimović (and a few others) wrote a lot during their lifetimes. Judging by the Facebook quotes, they wrote at least twice as much after that…
Like so many other human inventions before it, the Internet carried so much promise at the beginning. Then, people with money got interested…
Everything that’s on the Internet should be a fair share: if you can get it without paying, go for it. It should be the publisher’s prerogative to protect its content.
Thanks to the Internet, it was never simpler – and more useless – to learn something….
I’ve noticed that most genuine Facebook users use it as an Internet filter of some kind. Someone should explain to them that Internet has more to offer than FB, and that is not necessary to access all of its contents through FB.
Today’s youth don’t waste their time on TV: they do it on the Internet.
Like TV, radio, and other, older, media, Intenet also became e device of mass deception.
On Internet, like in capitalism, there’s only the illusion of democracy.
Considering all the platforms for self’-publishing these days (social networks, blogs, forums, etc), it seems that most people don’t have much to add to the conversation. The Internet is in dire need of editors.
Facebook as a replacement for the Internet, love, friends, private life, everything…