Technology has created a space that, ironically, has made us more human. Online we see more, know more, have more friends, like more things and know more about what’s going on in more places around the world.
Technology has meant that the truth is readily available to anyone who might care to find it. So the flim-flam that we used to peddle to people in the name of marketing doesn’t stand up any more. People can easily get to the real story about a brand or product with two clicks of a mouse.
Even if you read a lot a decade ago, the only way to really learn about another place or person was to travel or meet them face to face. Now you can gather a lot of information about a place and person through the Internet, seeing pictures, conversing with locals, and watching events on YouTube, Instagram as they just happen.
The world is interconnected. We’re all living in each other’s shoes. Every problem is potentially a global one.