The Evolution of Language

Webcomic about the The Evolution of the Language

Several  people  complained that “The Evolution of the Language” is not about dating. Well, let me tell you one thing: this my blog and I do whatever I want.

If you like it, you can leave a comment, if you don’t please leave a comment as well since comments are important to increase my blog ranking on Google.

However, I understand that this is the first time approach the topic of  how technology screws our lives, so I created a new category called: How technology screws our lives, and I’ll be posting new stuff soon.

In addition to this, I firmly believe that the way we communicate shapes the way we relate to each other.  I feel that this is one of the things that Millenials / Generation Y,  failed the most:  we lack the ability to communicate (naively believing we are saying enough with a hashtag or ten), and therefore the ability to relate. After all, a selfie is worth more than a thousand words and what’s the point of saying how you feel when you can use an emoticon.

 

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6 Comments

  1. Courtney

    I am leaving a comment because it with help with your Googling machine.
    Also, you are very funny.

  2. Manuel

    You should also mention all the other apps which make communications stranger like snapchat, vines or periscope. I don’t even understand the value proposition and I work in the value proposition area.

    • victoria o.

      Thanks for your comment. I don’t understand the value proposition of those apps either, at some point I think humans will stop talking and just use emojis. My point here is that if the cavemen/woman would had had any of this apps, the modern alphabet would had been developed at all.

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