“Most worryingly, the societal obsession with recording everything and posting it to some sort of social media has meant that people don’t really experience life anymore; they watch it on their LCDs. (…) And that’s a shame, really, because life isn’t about making a selife out of it—there’s no future value to these images, because they’re not observations so much as narcissistic pleas for help. The last thing the world needs is more low–quality visual diarrhoea.” – Ming Thein

Came across this very poignant quote from Ming Thein on Oleg Novikov’s website and couldn’t help but repeat it here.

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