i haven’t heard of single song by sufjan stevens and i’m working hard to keep it that way. first is this fucking guy’s name. sufjan? fuck that. and this is coming from a guy named sockyung. but more importantly i enjoy the prestige and admiration in other people’s eye when they learn that i really don’t know his music at all. it’s one of those things i can call my own. is that really him? people will wonder. is that the guy who’s so cool he never bother to listen to sufjan stevens’ songs? quick, let’s hide before he judges us.
“The difference between Vimeo and YouTube is like the difference between watching a movie at a beautiful arts cinema and watching the shopping channel through a TV-store window, whilst sitting on a urine soaked couch and sipping Thunderbird.”—
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“Mikalah uses Facebook but when she goes to log out, she deactivates her Facebook account. She knows that this doesn’t delete the account – that’s the point. She knows that when she logs back in, she’ll be able to reactivate the account and have all of her friend connections back. But when she’s not logged in, no one can post messages on her wall or send her messages privately or browse her content. But when she’s logged in, they can do all of that. And she can delete anything that she doesn’t like. Michael Ducker calls this practice “super-logoff” when he noticed a group of gay male adults doing the exact same thing.”—SO. MUCH. FUN. this using facebook thingie. it’s not like a job AT ALL.