This week, the company behind the NBN announced a series of options that will finally bring the network up to speed. But is it too late for all that?
I’m of the mind that the more Gen Y talks, the less we’re actually saying. We espouse the “how” in favour of the “why,” and the only content born from this is directionless and blunted.
The internet followers of the ‘black pill’ believe that the only inherent value left in the world is what can be achieved through acts of extreme violence. Christchurch certainly fit the bill.
Over in the United Kingdom, one mother set the internet ablaze with the story of a party invite that would have cost $120. Scandal indeed.
The concept of outrage culture has firmly taken root, but can positives be wrung from it or has the argument just got louder?