When you can’t instinctively tell if a blog post is satire (Huffington Post). When you post the story and tweet like you can’t tell it’s satire
When Facebook begins to play a role in the prostitution industry (Cnet News).
When even YouTube fails to provide a visual solution to your average housing problems (Or, when the NYT one-ups us in room hopping). (New York Times).
When less than half of high school grads are ready for college-
While Facebook isn’t mentioned explicitly, we expect the internet has a fair amount to do with this headline (New York Times).
When you desperately seek to attribute an internet related developmental psychological theory relating to the Mets’ recent troubles for your blog post (Pitch News).
@In Related News... The Philolexian Society’s debate this week is “R: The Internet Has Permanently Stunted Human Development.”
Come join us Thusday at 8:30 in Hamilton Hall (look for signs)!
@Woop Go Phillies!
@Claire Fixed! Consider it meta or something.
@Claire or Meta…
@speaking of the internet failing us.. that first link doesn’t work!