Internet Quotes

There is no Wi-Fi in the forest, but I promise you will find a better connection.

I started taking my little hiatuses from the internet where I just disengage, because you can’t read everything, you can’t respond to everything. And guess what? There are people in your home who actually love you. And sometimes you just have to say, “Do you know what? Goodbye, I’m going to give back the love […]

You can’t really just not go on your phone for a week because you’re having fun and you want to be in the moment, because if you do the internet is like: “Where did she go? She’s on hiatus.” I’m like: “Dang, I’m just trying to have fun.”

The weirdest thing is how nothing ever goes away once it’s on the internet. Every interview I did when I was 15 is still out there, and I think about it constantly.

I guess that was part of why I stepped back from consuming the internet in a really consistent way – I wanted to know what I would make when I wasn’t dialed into what everyone else was making.

Warning: the Internet may contain traces of nuts.

People talk about an Internet community, but that’s not a community to my mind. Community doesn’t happen until you smell people.

There is a clear need for greater involvement of women in the development of the Internet, not only for their own personal development, but also to mold an evolving, and promising medium with gender sensitivity. Partnerships need to be developed among the stakeholders – users and developers alike – to bring about a truly ‘gendered’ […]

The Internet is like a vault with a screen door on the back. I don’t need jackhammers and atom bomb to get in when I can walk through the door.

Enthusiasm for a medium that keeps you away from human beings strikes me as worrying. That you would rather live in an unreal time and space, with unreal people who don’t even give their names – you can say what you like, you can be whoever you like – means that people aren’t anyone, they […]