“Social Media Is Killing Storytelling” by Mike Sorenson

When I see friends now we have so much less to talk about, regardless of how long it may have been—Twitter and Facebook bombard me with their daily goings-on, and it feels we no longer need to get caught up.

There are some things I don’t think you should share on social networks. You should reserve the “so we went to a great restaurant and great grandpa isn’t doing so well and remember so and so from college he had a sex change operation and looks pretty good as a lady these days and what do you think of OWS stuff” stories for real life conversation.