i love history and there's a dude named baudrillard who writes a great essay about how be believed that the internet would drive everyone insane. he talks about how history is basically just narratives (which is uncontroversial) but he emphasizes that the writing of history, the writing of narratives, requires TIME. time for events to happen, time for the dust to settle, time for people to look back and begin writing the story. this clashes with an almost intrinsic property of the internet: instant gratification.
stop and take time to think about stuff. idk
because the internet is spoonsored by oceangate, LLC.