I think this comment on yesterday’s rant is perfect (translated by Google):

Hello, cool! I need in my work so much more real people than the virtual, but knowledge is the social network. Between different people and going beyond their usual environment. Be more flexible and let yourself go, put your ideas your memories, knowing that everything is brighter! 🙂
It’s true, needing humans in a variety of role functions has been vital to knowing and navigating the world in the past. Now the net adds a new layer of possibility.
I do need both but was feeling estranged from the net side by all this theory and abstractification. Sometime things just need to be themselves as they appear without being objects of study.
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