So, this is the future…

I wonder if this new “mechanism” for streamlining online communications and services, remotely hosted but managed by individuals, isn’t simply the next stage in evolution for online identities. As a professional, this type of tool could become the norm for “non-company-owned” creative work and expression. Would our speech be limited? Of course, because we all have to protect ourselves, our employers, our families and others to a great extent. However, as a friend notes, the division between public and private is becoming less and less apparent. Maybe the desire to “share” is simply stronger. Worse things could happen.

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