Contact

The other day I talked with my uncle over the phone. We joked around and laughed at each other for being too serious. I guess that’s just where I’m at these days.

With social media making it possible for friends to stay in touch, I forgot what it was like to actually talk to my friends and hear them laugh.

Although social networking sites make it easier to see what your friends are up to, it seems that I talk to them less or not at all. I know they’re “doing fine”, so I don’t need to bother them with a phone call or meet them for a drink.

We all seem super busy with family and work pulling at us in all directions. I guess I just forgot about actual person to person contact.

Saw this and had to share it

Originally posted on irevuo: Remember that time Damien Hirst put a dead shark in a tank and called it “The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living”? Well…that’s what art critics said…anyone could have done it… Yet no one until Hirst did it, right? Nowadays it’s all about innovation, at all costs.…

via Modern Art — Cristian Mihai