wieder mal einen Satz gelesen: es gibt kein Tatmotiv fürs Leben.
But for e-life? why should you spend all that time to blog and surf for days and how do they find the time for that?
having a job, a couple friends and going out at least once or twice a week there is still reading, the phone and television. then you answer emails and organize your life (ok, online as far as possible).
so there isn’t really much left for living an e-life. besides real life just happens to be more interesting.
I seem to lack the sense of significance. Following the elections I started twitter and got pretty bored by now. who would care if you wouldn’t vow yourself online? eventually it’s just about not to lose track.
So, blogging out of the fear of falling behind?
There is that little twitch when not being able to get online. Of course you know you don’t miss a thing.
Indeed I seem to worry about the heavily cited media competence: that I’m using all of it but still being able to cope without.
…maybe I should just travel more.
Dafür gibts zumindest ein starkes Tatmotiv.