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informational heartbeats

I like Rebecca Toh’s blog a lot. She’s a photographer, and her site is full of wisdom, care and beauty.

In her post informational heartbeats she quotes Daniel Milnor from his post about quitting social media:

These aren’t the only reasons I killed my Facebook page. I also did it because nobody I know is able to actually consume what is offered via the interface. My primary need as a guy that makes things is UNDIVIDED ATTENTION. That is what I’m after, and social media is the LAST place you will ever find it. In fact, the volume of information, advertising, messaging and liking is so far beyond any realistically consumable level I feel you are in essence guaranteeing nobody will pay attention to whatever it is you choose to post. Informational heartbeats, lost in a lifecycle akin to the blink of a eye.”

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