“Like a forest getting older, our social network usage will continue to diversify. And that’s a good thing. The many overlapping networks will come to occupy personalized niches in the social biome. Some will flourish; many will just survive; others will die. But to the extent that they find their own niches instead of duplicating what others are doing, the individual network and the biome will flourish.”—There Is No Next Facebook: How Multiple Social Networks Will Peacefully Coexist (via courtenaybird)
Any florists among my followers? Explain to me how “they’re for a grave” translates to swaddling a bouquet in yards of nonbiodegradable plastic with staples, paper and shenanigans. BECAUSE I DO NOT UNDERSTAND.
Now excuse me while I go wrestle my blooms from their wrappings so I can leave them on my mother’s grave without a guilty conscience. #rageface
I love books. The ability to be sitting in a crowd of people and yet still being able to escape into a whole new world. Reading will never be outdated or forgotten, because our imaginations and minds crave them. The feeling of slipping into other worlds for a while is one of the greatest ways to treat yourself.