Sunday, December 7, 2014

We are the tools of the Internet

Traditionally on Sunday, we at clerkmanifesto reflect, or, at least, we pretend to. But holed up as I have been, with a half broke back, in the sensory deprivation tank that is my house, I have done an awful lot of reflecting this week. I lay on ice, popping anti inflammatories like skittles, and told you things the Internet does not like to hear.

What does the Internet not like to hear?

Ah, if I told you that you'd click away from this page before you could even read my answer.

Or, more likely, you'd never have arrived here at all.

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