Dear Internet Users:
I just got a good look at this brilliant graph by Brad Colbow illustrating what people pay attention to on the Internet.
So we pay attention to the really great stuff and the really bad stuff and tend to ignore the in between stuff.
This explains so much.
As I stand in line at the grocery store checkout, I’m constantly reminded of Joan Rivers’ famous comment about good the National Enquirer is for constipation. It’s horrible.
And television. WTF? Seriously. Good actors are now flooding Broadway and theaters around the globe as “real people” doing stupid human tricks are placing them.
Please, Internet Users and everyone, let’s find some room in our hearts for the in between stuff. Let’s once again celebrate the truly remarkable middle of the road stuff. It’s all remarkable.
Let’s appreciate each other more like Doctor Who, so famous for defending humanity in all its shapes, sizes, and ridiculous characters and their actions.
The Tech Nag