Category: Reading habits

Gorilla

Autofiction, when servicing the mundane occurrences of life, can be unbearable to read; drowning in narcissism and vainly attempting to produce words that carry depth. Shobasakthi's autofiction is unbearable for a different reason: the colloquial and careless manner in which it documents a vicious circle … Continue reading Gorilla

Gift me a robotic seal when I turn sixty

Sherry Turkle's Alone Together is about our increasingly digital world. To be specific, it is a (limited) study of how humans interact with this digital world, and how it changes us. Her thesis is presented in two parts. From the introduction, about what she calls … Continue reading Gift me a robotic seal when I turn sixty