I just saw "Social Network" --the story of Mark Zuckerberg's founding of Facebook--which I admit, left me with a faint, unsettled feeling. Then recently Frazz (by Jef Mallett) suggests that not only are we spending time on line but how we evaluate our experience is being filtered through computers.
So how are computers shaping our experience of life? Are they really linking us to each other or are they putting a tissue paper thin barrier between us and our experience of life, each other and the world around us?
What do you think?
P.S. if you belong to Facebook click here for Mark Zuckeberg's site and thoughts.