Failure To Communicate

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2 Responses to Failure To Communicate

  1. Chris Peterson says:

    Technology offers nothing to the world of communication. Without gestures, body language, tones and inflections, smiles, frowns, and the connection that comes from face to face dialogue, we are simply bots with a dash of the memories of past exchanges. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve said something on my tech, only to have some of the closest friends or family take it in a near-opposite meaning. When it comes to those who have never met me in person, or know me to any degree…fagetaboutit; they haven’t a clue what I’m really saying.

    Above all, if someone could come up with a ‘sarcasm’ font, it would save me a whole lot of secondary explanation.

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