It’s a love or hate relationship. You love it because it gives you all these possibilities to connect with the world. There’s no geographic issues anymore. Anything that you put on social media people around the world is able to see, and watch, and read. And that’s a joy, in some sense, because you can truly connect with the people who resonate with you. And it’s like a big ass library, which you have all the access to. But you also hate it, because to be good at it, you will have to be constantly, 24 hours, 1440 minutes, on it. Information is uploaded every second just on 1 platform. And if you have 4, imagine the time spent on it and trying to catch up with all the information that’s there, trying to absorb them in, and replying, responding and the online interactions.
Social media is going way too fast. It’s swamping your head. And you feel you have to catch up – what’s this person up to, who’s that guy? what’s new to this? What’s everyone discussing about? No one is going to take information more carefully anymore. No one is going to read photographs more preciously. Sweep and that’s it. 3 seconds?
At the end of the day, you fight to strive a balance between being in this world and not getting lost in it.