“For the simple fact is that technologies which devalue us do not create value for us. When the…”

“For the simple fact is that technologies which devalue us do not create value for us. When the social interactions that it creates are little violences, then we can say that quality has fallen below the level that people will find much benefit in it. […] Technology as a culture is so out of touch with reality doesn’t even understand what business it’s really in: not the code business, but the enterprise of social interaction. That is not merely a matter of bits and bytes — but of norms and values. Hence, technology no longer understands the notion of quality in any meaningful way at all. “Quality” isn’t merely error-free code — but abuse-free interaction.”

Umair Haque – 

Why Twitter’s Dying (And What You Can Learn From It)

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