Social Media Quotes

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T.S. Eliot
“Distracted from distraction by distraction”
T.S. Eliot

Maggie Stiefvater
“Behind him, he heard Ronan say, "I like the way you losers thought Instagram before first aid. Fuck off.”
Maggie Stiefvater, Blue Lily, Lily Blue

Charles W. Leadbeater
“You are what you share.”
Charles Leadbeater, We Think: The Power Of Mass Creativity

Shannon L. Alder
“An open Facebook page is simply a psychiatric dry erase board that screams, “Look at me. I am insecure. I need your reaction to what I am doing, but you’re not cool enough to be my friend. Therefore, I will just pray you see this because the approval of God is not all I need.”
Shannon L. Alder

John Green
“I wish I knew how to quit you, Tumblr.”
John Green

Ralph Waldo Emerson
“There are many things of which a wise man might wish to be ignorant”
Ralph Waldo Emerson

Donna Lynn Hope
“How different would people act if they couldn't show off on social media? Would they still do it?”
Donna Lynn Hope

Dan Howell
“These days, in the world of apps and social media and … idiot friends, it is literally impossible to avoid spoilers.

If a character dies, it is gonna be the number one trending topic on Twitter, it is gonna be the top trending story on Facebook — and Reddit and Tumblr just turn into a completely uncensored memorial service of memes.

This happens all the time with sports results, but — I shit you not — I once got a notification from the BBC News app saying that a character in a show I was watching had just died! I thought that news notifications are supposed to be for impending natural disasters, not for just ruining my bloody afternoon.”
Dan Howell

Marc Maron
“It amazes me that we are all on Twitter and Facebook. By "we" I mean adults. We're adults, right? But emotionally we're a culture of seven-year-olds. Have you ever had that moment when are you updating your status and you realize that every status update is just a variation on a single request: "Would someone please acknowledge me?”
Marc Maron, Attempting Normal

Mark Manson
“People get addicted to feeling offended all the time because it gives them a high; being self-righteous and morally superior feels good.”
Mark Manson, The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life

Sharon Salzberg
“Meditation is the ultimate mobile device; you can use it anywhere, anytime, unobtrusively.”
Sharon Salzberg, Real Happiness: The Power of Meditation

David Levithan
“This is what you do now to give your day topography--scan the boxes, read the news, see the chain of your friends reporting about themselves, take the 140-character expository bursts and sift through for the information you need. It's a highly deceptive world, one that constantly asks you to comment but doesn't really care what you have to say. The illusion of participation can sometimes lead to participation. But more often than not, it only leads to more illusion, dressed in the guise of reality.”
David Levithan, Two Boys Kissing

Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“People who smile while they are alone used to be called insane, until we invented smartphones and social media.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana

David Levithan
“It’s a highly deceptive world, one that constantly asks you to comment but doesn’t really care what you have to say.”
David Levithan, Two Boys Kissing

طوني صغبيني
“لا نعلم ما إذا كان الفيسبوك يساهم في تحويلنا إلى مصحّ كبير أم أننا كنا نعيش في مصحّ كبير في الأصل والفايسبوك أخرج ذلك إلى العلن فحسب؛ في الحالتان، وضعنا كبشريّة في زمنننا الحالي مثير للاهتمام”
طوني صغبيني, العيش كصورة: كيف يجعلنا الفايسبوك أكثر تعاسة

Becky Albertalli
“I was basically born knowing how to casually stalk people on social media.”
Becky Albertalli, The Upside of Unrequited

Dave Eggers
“First of all, I know it’s all people like you. And that’s what’s so scary. Individually you don’t know what you’re doing collectively.”
Dave Eggers, The Circle

Alain de Botton
“We are continuously challenged to discover new works of culture—and, in the process, we don’t allow any one of them to assume a weight in our minds.”
Alain de Botton

John Patrick Hickey
“When you know you can do something, and you feel good about yourself, you do not have to devalue others.”
John Patrick Hickey, Oops! Did I Really Post That

Neeraj Agnihotri
“Social media not only snatches your time, but it also teaches you attention deficiency.”
Neeraj Agnihotri, Procrasdemon - The Artist's Guide to Liberation From Procrastination

Jon Ronson
“I favour humans over ideology, but right now the ideologues are winning, and they're creating a stage for constant artificial high dramas, where everyone is either a magnificent hero or a sickening villain. We can lead good, ethical lives, but some bad phraseology in a Tweet can overwhelm it all - even though we know that's not how we should define our fellow humans. What's true about our fellow humans is that we are clever and stupid. We are grey areas.
And so ... when you see an unfair or an ambiguous shaming unfold, speak up on behalf of the shamed person. A babble of opposing voices - that's democracy.
The great thing about social media was how it gave a voice to voiceless people. Let's not turn it into a world where the smartest way to survive is to go back to being voiceless.”
Jon Ronson, So You've Been Publicly Shamed

Germany Kent
“5 Ways To Build Your Brand on Social Media:

1 Post content that add value
2 Spread positivity
3 Create steady stream of info
4 Make an impact
5 Be yourself”
Germany Kent
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“Social media is to socializing what masturbating is to sex.”
Oliver Markus Malloy, Inside The Mind of an Introvert

“The landscape of human emotion is ominously changing. The visceral sensation of loneliness and solitude is no longer as palpable and intellectually profound as it was a couple of decades ago because technology has already relieved us, as much as possible, from the burden of any emotional and existential isolation. The intense feeling of being nostalgic or being alone, for instance, is receding from the human emotion because we can now communicate with live video and send messages through any social media to a distant friend or loved one. Consequently, the exponential progress of technology is altering the phenomenological experience of human sensation, robbing us of our ability to get in touch with our humanity and reflect upon the triumphs and madness of our techno-society. Ironically, in our obstinate desire to humanize robots and Artificial Intelligence, our individual existence is, in turn, being digitized and robotized by our own technological inventions. Horribilis! (Danny Castillones Sillada, The Alienation of Solitude and Sorrow)”
Danny Castillones Sillada

Robin Wasserman
“Now I existed solely thanks to the quantum paradox, my brain a collection of qubits in quantum superposition, encoding truths and memories, imagination and irrationality in opposing, contradictory states that existed and didn't exist, all at the same time.”
Robin Wasserman, Crashed

Tasha Turner
“The more passionate and argumentative I get the more followers and friends I make online.”
Tasha Turner

Mizuko Ito
“...rather than assuming that education is primarily about preparing for jobs and careers, what would it mean to think of education as a process of guiding kids' participation in public life more generally, a public life that includes social, recreational, and civic engagement.”
Mizuko Ito, Living and Learning with New Media: Summary of Findings from the Digital Youth Project

“I do the splits perfectly in PE. I lose half a pound in two days. I get the spinach and pig-meat frittata from the lo-carb section for lunch. And no-one else knows. I mentally construct a MyFace status, polishing the memories carefully until they shine. The need to record my life is as fundamental as my need to breathe. Without MyFace, I'm floating. I have nothing to anchor me down, to prove I exist.”
Louise O'Neill

Maxim Behar
“We do need these two words, “public” and “relations”—and, of course, those words are still extremely important.
However, those 3 billion people who are social media users are all dealing with “relations,” and everything has become “public”!
With social media, everything has been “public” for quite a while now; there is nothing “nonpublic” anymore.”
Maxim Behar, The Global PR Revolution: How Thought Leaders Succeed in the Transformed World of PR

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