A rising contemporary addiction

Sitting and studying here right now. I walk around looking for books, pass through the aisles and see all the students checking out their Facebook profiles on their laptops. Some discreetly, almost shamefully, others openly.

I do that too ;)

p.s : Hmm, considering the deepness of that post, maybe I should start using twitter…

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Let this diversity of opinions be propounded to, and laid before him; he will himself choose, if he be able; if not, he will remain in doubt. "Che non men che saver, dubbiar m' aggrata." ["I love to doubt, as well as to know."-- Dante, Inferno, xi. 93] for, if he embraces the opinions of Xenophon and Plato, by his own reason, they will no more be theirs, but become his own. Who follows another, follows nothing, finds nothing, nay, is inquisitive after nothing. "Non sumus sub rege; sibi quisque se vindicet." ["We are under no king; let each vindicate himself." --Seneca, Ep.,33]"
Montaigne - Essais I, XXVI, Of The Education of Children
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