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Jen Hatmaker
“You are not pigeonholed into a brand; that is not the way God works. He is on the move, which means, if we are paying attention, we are on the move with Him. It’s so exciting! Possibility and adventure and love and life await us all.”
Jen Hatmaker, Of Mess and Moxie: Wrangling Delight Out of This Wild and Glorious Life
“We say farewell but not goodbye! After all, it is not possible for there to be actual separation or distance between us, only a change in expression. We hold your other aspects in safekeeping for you as you bravely go forth to complete our collective work. We thank you for your service in a realm that is challenging to work in and look forward to your return to the Team conference where all you have achieved will become part of our collective wisdom! We pledge to you our love and loyalty, as we commit to the next phase of our work. All that we learn will become available to you through our automatic connection.”
Crystal Key, Beyond the Team: A Mother's Wisdom from the Other Side - Book 4
Jen Hatmaker
“You do not have to be who you were, who you have been. If you have a dream brewing, I hope to throw light all over it. If you encounter a new idea or perspective, I hope you feel free enough to consider it. If you need to bury an old label, girl, here is a shovel. You can care about new things and new people and new beginnings, and until you are dead in the ground, you are not stuck. If you move with the blessing of your people, marvelous. But even if you don’t, this is your one life, and fear, approval, and self-preservation are terrible reasons to stay silent, stay put, stay sidelined.”
Jen Hatmaker, Of Mess and Moxie: Wrangling Delight Out of This Wild and Glorious Life
James B. Stockdale
“What are the benefits of a Stoic life?” I would probably say, “It is an ancient and honorable package of advice on how to stay out of the clutches of those who are trying to get you on the hook, trying to give you a feeling of obligation, trying to get moral leverage on you, to force you to bend to their will.”
James B. Stockdale, Thoughts of a Philosophical Fighter Pilot
“The Earth is a dimension primarily designed to teach compassion We have asked you to look again at the controversial being, Jesus Christ, who so many reject when they embrace new ways of seeing reality. Reframing his identity as the League Leader of this planet, as The Lord of Compassionate Hearts and the guide of the Compassionate Way, we trust you will come to recognize him as your dearest friend and confidante”
Crystal Key, Beyond the Team: A Mother's Wisdom from the Other Side - Book 4
Nancy Isenberg
“It was all a fiction, of course, because the land was not really inane ac uacuum—void and vacant. As the English conceived it, however, any land had to be taken out of its natural state and put to commercial use—only then would it be truly owned.6”
Nancy Isenberg, White Trash: The 400-Year Untold History of Class in America
Margaret  Rogerson
“And yet looking at Rook I imagined a cat proudly bringing its master dead chipmunks, only to watch the two-legged oaf lift these priceless gifts by the tail and fling them unceremoniously into the bushes. Before I knew it I'd dissolved into laughter.
Rook shifted, torn between uneasiness and anger. "What?" he demanded.
I sank to my knees, the hare on my lap, gulping in air.
"Stop that." Rook looked around, as if concerned someone might witness him mismanaging his human.”
Margaret Rogerson, An Enchantment of Ravens
“伯尔尼以如此平淡的方式摆出了一种派头,意思是,再伟大的人物在这里也只是一个普通市民。我觉得在这方面他们做得有点过头,爱因斯坦的这处故居还应该再好好打理一下;但比之于我们常见的那种不分等级便大肆张扬的各色名人故居,这里的淡然方式更让人舒服。其实也正因为这样淡然,才会吸引真正的大师巨匠来安静居住。”
Yu Qiuyu, 行者无疆
Margaret  Rogerson
“If an unfamiliar dog follows you at night, don't stop to look at it. If you wake up to find a cat you don't recognize sitting in your yard, watching your house, don't open the door. And most of all, if you see a beautiful horse near a lake or the edge of the forest, never, ever try to ride it.”
Margaret Rogerson, An Enchantment of Ravens
Margaret  Rogerson
“I stood gaping at Gadfly until a puzzled smile crossed his lips and he extended his pale hand in my direction, perhaps trying to determine whether I'd died standing up, not an unreasonable concern, as to him humans no doubt seemed to expire at the slightest provocation.”
Margaret Rogerson, An Enchantment of Ravens
“一切发现都不是逻辑思维的结果,尽管那些结果看起来很接近逻辑规律。”
Yu Qiuyu, 行者无疆
Daniel José Older
“Is this about love, El? Did you finally discover how droids can love and now you’ve got me chasing some handsome droid boy out into the far reaches of the galaxy?” “I’m curious why you presume the droid I am interested in would be a boy.” Lando slammed the steering panel in triumph.”
Daniel José Older, Last Shot (Star Wars): A Han and Lando Novel
F.S. Yousaf
“There is nothing more delightful Than you, my love. Even though you do not think so, I hold you closer Than anything else That has entered my life.”
F.S. Yousaf, Euphoria
Shemer Kuznits
“Morning sunlight seeped under the door. It was time to get some sleep.”
Shemer Kuznits, Life Reset: EvP (Environment vs. Player)
Eliezer Yudkowsky
“The happiness of stupidity is closed to you. You will never have it short of actual brain damage, and maybe not even then. You should wonder, I think, whether the happiness of stupidity is optimal—if it is the most happiness that a human can aspire to—but it matters not. That way is closed to you, if it was ever open.”
Eliezer Yudkowsky, Rationality: From AI to Zombies
Jennifer L. Armentrout
“I can’t believe you’re in the gym again,” Tink went on, stepping aside. “Why are you in here running so much? Are you preparing for the impending zombie apocalypse that I know nothing about? Because if you are, we need to find the nearest redneck to become best friends with, one that is hot in a dirty, rugged way. You know, the kind that probably smells like sweat and man, one with a complex background that makes you hate him at first, but slowly, over time, you grow to love him.”

I stared at him. “You’ve put a lot of thought into this.”

“I have. I like to be prepared. Since we’re in the south, it shouldn’t be hard to find one. So, why are you in the gym so much?”
Jennifer L. Armentrout, Brave
Thich Nhat Hanh
“antes de que podamos hacer cambios significativos en nuestras vidas, hemos examinar nuestra dieta, nuestra forma de consumir. Hemos de vivir de manera que dejemos de consumir las cosas que no se envenenan y nos intoxican. Entonces tendremos la fuerza para permitir que aflore lo mejor de nosotros y ya no seremos víctimas de la ira y de la frustración nunca más .”
Thich Nhat Hanh
F.S. Yousaf
“Fresh cut flowers are pleasant, but the happiness That comes from maintaining and cherishing An item with vulnerability Seems to last longer.”
F.S. Yousaf, Euphoria
“Even when you are feeling anxious, thank
Me for the gift of My Peace.”
Sarah Young, Jesus Calling Morning and Evening Devotional
C.D. Reiss
“He was a mistake wrapped in relief tied with a bow shaped like everything I found beautiful.”
C.D. Reiss, White Knight
“Art plomberie est plombier à Paris depuis 2001. Fort de son expérience la société à développer une expertise sur des prestations comme la recherche de fuite, le débouchage et le dégorgement. Nous intervenons 24 heures sur 24 et 7 jours sur 7 Si vous souhaitez plus d'information n'hésitez pas à nous contacter sur notre site internet. plombier-paris-artisans.fr”
PlombierParis
“WAKE UP!
Try To LOOK BEHIND THE SEALED CURTAIN.
LOOK/OBSERVE/CONTEMPLATE
THROUGH YOUR
BLINDSPOT.
And Thus BE ABLE TO
SEARCH/RESEARCH/DISCERN
UNANSWERED QUESTIONS,
RIDDLES,
CONUNDRUMS,
MYSTERIES.”
Atam Ayomanor
C.D. Reiss
“Not even winged monkeys Not even.”
C.D. Reiss, White Knight
Ernest Hemingway
“That’s all we do, isn’t it—look at things and try new drinks?”
Ernest Hemingway, The Complete Short Stories of Ernest Hemingway
“It had been a tumultuous week, and it occurred to me that in all levels of crisis, it is a good idea to lie down outside and look up.”
Diana Marcum, The Tenth Island: Finding Joy, Beauty, and Unexpected Love in the Azores
Nick Harkaway
“I have a need to ask questions that unravel the world.”
Nick Harkaway, Gnomon
Paul Dini
“Stories were my passion, whether they were from books, comics or cartoons. I learned them all by heart and was as familiar with the characters as if they were members of my own family.”
Paul Dini, Dark Night: A True Batman Story
Ed Catmull
“want to stress that you don’t have to work at Pixar to create a Braintrust. Every creative person, no matter their field, can draft into service those around them who exhibit the right mixture of intelligence, insight, and grace.”
Ed Catmull, Creativity, Inc.: Overcoming the Unseen Forces That Stand in the Way of True Inspiration
William Meikle
“There might be fish in there, but if there were, they were living on the cigarette ends that were getting pushed around the surface by a sluggish fountain that burped and belched like an asthmatic cow.”
William Meikle, The Midnight Eye Files
Joyce Carol Oates
“Why is the misery of a child so hilarious to other children?”
Joyce Carol Oates, The Sign of the Beast
Paul Dini
“Besides, when it came to being colorful we invisible kids learned to carry our colors on the inside. We let those colors out when we did things we loved... drawing, music, acting... those things that defined us and made us glow.”
Paul Dini, Dark Night: A True Batman Story
Will Storr
“In a major study, researchers in Queensland collated the results of 2,748 papers and concluded the average variation across all human traits and diseases is caused by 49 per cent genetic factors and 51 per cent environmental factors.”
Will Storr, Selfie: How We Became So Self-Obsessed and What It's Doing to Us
Rick Riordan
“Somebody had messed with my favorite place in the world, and I was not…well, a happy camper. As we made our way to the Big House, I recognized a lot of kids from last summer.”
Rick Riordan, The Sea of Monsters
Rick Riordan
“home and found your room messed up? Like some helpful person (hi, Mom) has tried to “clean” it,”
Rick Riordan, The Sea of Monsters
Stuart Gibbs
“wonderful family?”
Stuart Gibbs, Spaced Out
Ed Catmull
“This set Brad off. “A lot of us in this room have not grown up—and I mean that in the best way,” he said. “The conundrum is how to become mature, how to take on responsibility and become reliable while at the same time preserving your childlike wonder. People have come up to me many times, as I’m sure has happened to many people in this room, and said, ‘Gee, I wish I could be creative like you. That would be something, to be able to draw.’ But I believe that everyone begins with the ability to draw. Kids are instinctively there. But a lot of them unlearn it. Or people tell them they can’t or it’s impractical. So yes, kids have to grow up, but maybe there’s a way to suggest that they could be better off if they held onto some of their childish ideas.”
Ed Catmull, Creativity, Inc.: Overcoming the Unseen Forces That Stand in the Way of True Inspiration
“EVERYDAY HORRIFICS:
ILLNESS,
HOMELESSNESS,
POVERTY,
EXPLOITATION,
EMPATHLESSNESS.”
Atam Ayomanor
Yuval Noah Harari
“Las normas sociales que los sustentaban no se basaban en instintos fijados ni en relaciones personales, sino en la creencia en mitos compartidos.”
Yuval Noah Harari, Sapiens. De animales a dioses: Una breve historia de la humanidad
Kahlil Gibran
“Let there be spaces in your togetherness, And let the winds of the heavens dance between you. Love one another but make not a bond of love: Let it rather be a moving sea between the shores of your souls.”
Kahlil Gibran, The Prophet
Hannah Anderson
“Part of humility means trusting God with our plans and submitting to the possibility that they will not be fulfilled.”
Hannah Anderson, Humble Roots: How Humility Grounds and Nourishes Your Soul
Elmore Leonard
“Whatever women do, they
must do twice as well as men
to be thought half as good.
Luckily, this is not difficult.” CHARLOTTE WILTON Mayor of Ottawa, 1963”
Elmore Leonard, City Primeval: High Noon in Detroit
Edith Wharton
“a frivolous society can acquire significance through what its frivolity destroys.”
Edith Wharton, The House of Mirth
Mark Manson
“Even if you get run over by a clown car and pissed on by a busload of schoolchildren, it’s still your responsibility to interpret the meaning of the event and choose a response.”
Mark Manson, The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life
Hannah Anderson
“Pride tells us that all we have to do is organize well enough, plan effectively enough, and work hard enough and we can achieve our dreams. Humility teaches us that it was never up to us in the first place.”
Hannah Anderson, Humble Roots: How Humility Grounds and Nourishes Your Soul
Rod Dreher
“This kind of thing is why more and more Christian parents are concluding that they cannot afford to keep their children in public schools. Some tell themselves that their children need to remain there to be “salt and light” to the other kids. As popular culture continues its downward slide, however, this rationale begins to sound like a rationalization. It brings to mind a father who tosses his child into a whitewater river in hopes that she’ll save another drowning child.”
Rod Dreher, The Benedict Option: A Strategy for Christians in a Post-Christian Nation
“SO There ARE A
N E V E R E N D I N G
A M O N T
of
PLANTS,STARS,COSMOS',GALAXIES,UNIVERSES,MOONS,SUNS.
I WONDER HOW VASTLY COSMIC IS THE UNEXCELLED ARCHITECT/CREATOR/DEITY/GOD THAT FORMED/ORIGINATED/MASTERMIND ALL
OF THESE PHENOMENA.”
Atam Ayomanor
David Sedaris
“At the Emerald Isle supermarket that I stomp off to after the fight with my father, it’s Trump, Trump, Trump, Trump, Trump, and then the cashier, who also voted for him. Of course, these are just my assumptions. The guy in the T-shirt that pictures a semiautomatic rifle above the message COME AND TAKE IT, the one in fatigues buying two twelve-packs of beer and a tub of rice pudding, didn’t necessarily vote Republican. He could have just stayed home on Election Day and force-fed the women he holds captive in the crawl space beneath his living room.”
David Sedaris, Calypso
Amy D. Brooks
“My name is Amy, and I am not a sociopath, I am an alcoholic.”
Amy D. Brooks, My Name is Amelia, and I'm a Sociopath
Amy D. Brooks
“Three words can summarize all that I have learned about life—it goes on.” -Robert Frost”
Amy D. Brooks, My Name is Amelia, and I'm a Sociopath
Suzanne Young
“Kid, you're going to get everything you want out of life. Once you get past the parts that suck.”
Suzanne Young, Hotel Ruby
Ruth Ware
“fugu,” Alexander said expansively,”
Ruth Ware, The Woman in Cabin 10
Walter E. Williams
“With that, the officer approached the cab with his hand on his pistol and opened the door, demanding that I get out and asking me who in the hell did I think I was talking to him that way. I attempted to get my passenger's name and address as a witness to the incident; but the officer warned him he'd better be on his way lest he be charged with interfering with a policeman.”
Walter E. Williams, Up from the Projects: An Autobiography
Mark Manson
“Despite taking a horrible event in his life and making something positive out of it, as Mustaine did with Megadeth, his choice to hold on to Metallica’s success as his life-defining metric continued to hurt him decades later.”
Mark Manson, The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life
Mark Manson
“And because of this, in a rare intimate interview in 2003, a tearful Mustaine admitted that he couldn’t help but still consider himself a failure. Despite all that he had accomplished, in his mind he would always be the guy who got kicked out of Metallica. We’re apes. We think we’re all sophisticated with our toaster ovens and designer footwear, but we’re just a bunch of finely ornamented apes. And because we are apes, we instinctually measure ourselves against others and vie for status. The question is not whether we evaluate ourselves against others; rather, the question is by what standard do we measure ourselves?”
Mark Manson, The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life
Jeff Lemire
“But before you can become something new, you must remember who you have already been...”
Jeff Lemire, Moon Knight, Vol. 1: Lunatic
Antoine Laurain
“So he had found himself on the street holding a woman’s handbag. He remembered that he had felt a sort of amused embarrassment but it had never lasted long. Claire would immediately reappear and reclaim her bag. On those rare occasions, Laurent saw that there were women who noticed that the bag belonged to a female, but he had never seen any suspicion in their glances, just amusement. He was obviously a man waiting for his wife. It was as evident as if he had been wearing a sandwich board reading ‘My wife will be back shortly’.”
Antoine Laurain, The Red Notebook
“You might spend less time with your family in proportion to the cuteness of the presentation of your family life you put out there on social media.

Lanier, Jaron. Ten Arguments for Deleting Your Social Media Accounts Right Now (Posición en Kindle1123-1124). Henry Holt and Co.. Edición de Kindle.”
Lanier, Jaron
“I remember when the internet was supposed to bring about a transparent society. The reverse has happened.

Lanier, Jaron. Ten Arguments for Deleting Your Social Media Accounts Right Now (Posición en Kindle1076). Henry Holt and Co.. Edición de Kindle.”
Lanier, Jaron
“Empathy2 is the fuel that runs a decent society. Without it, only dry rules and competitions for power are left.

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Lanier, Jaron
Jeff Lemire
“Truth is, I've been scared to leave this place. Scared of what I'd find if I did. Or maybe I was scared of what I wouldn't find. Should have just took off and never looked back.”
Jeff Lemire, The Underwater Welder
“Another way to see the problem is to think about public spaces. If you share a space with people who aren’t looking at their smartphones, you are all in that space together. You have a common base of experience. It can be an amazing feeling, and it’s a big reason why people go to clubs, sports events, and houses of worship.

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Lanier, Jaron
“The speed, idiocy, and scale of false social perceptions have been amplified to the point that people often don’t seem to be living in the same world, the real world, anymore.

Lanier, Jaron. Ten Arguments for Deleting Your Social Media Accounts Right Now (Posición en Kindle993-994). Henry Holt and Co.. Edición de Kindle.”
Lanier, Jaron
“From the point of view of the algorithms, you are no longer a name, but a number: the number of followers, likes, clicks, or other measures of how much you contributed to the BUMMER machine, moment to moment.

Lanier, Jaron. Ten Arguments for Deleting Your Social Media Accounts Right Now (Posición en Kindle879-881). Henry Holt and Co.. Edición de Kindle.”
Lanier, Jaron
George Eliot
“Mr. Tulliver was a strictly honest man, and proud of being honest, but he considered that in law the ends of justice could only be achieved by employing a stronger knave to frustrate a weaker. Law was a sort of cock-fight, in which it was the business of injured honesty to get a game bird with the best pluck and the strongest spurs.”
George Eliot, Complete Works of George Eliot
J.D. Robb
“Your wedding ring, Dallas.” With that quiet smile, Isis lifted Eve’s left hand. “It’s carved with an old Celtic design for protection.” Baffled, Eve studied the pretty etching in the slim gold ring. “It’s just a design.” “It’s a very specific and powerful one, to give the wearer protection from harm.” Amused, she raised her brows. “I see you didn’t know. Is it so surprising, really? Your husband has the blood of the Celts, and you lead a very precarious life. Roarke loves you very much, and you wear the symbol of it.”
J.D. Robb, Ceremony In Death
Lucinda Riley
“How can these stories from all over the world be so similar? I thought suddenly. I mean, when they were originally told all over those thousands of years ago, it wasn't like the Greeks could send an email to the Aboriginal people, or the Mayans in Mexico could talk on the phone to the Japanese. Could there actually be a bigger link between heaven and earth than I'd thought?”
Lucinda Riley
“Fake people are typically not operated by the same people who operate BUMMER platforms; instead, fake people are manufactured in a new underworld. There is now an industry that sells counterfeit humans.

Lanier, Jaron. Ten Arguments for Deleting Your Social Media Accounts Right Now (Posición en Kindle765-766). Henry Holt and Co.. Edición de Kindle.”
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Harold Schechter
“the body was revealed to be lying wholly perfect in a liquor resembling mushroom catchup. Someone tasted the preservative and found that it tasted like ‘catchup, and of the pickle of Spanish olives.”
Harold Schechter, The Whole Death Catalogue: A Lively Guide to the Bitter End
“Our peer groups influence us profoundly when we’re young, but that remains true throughout life. If your extended peer group contains a lot of fake people, calculated to manipulate you, you are likely to be influenced without even realizing it.

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Vincent Hunanyan
“Little child, why do you cry? Am I to sing your lullaby? Am I to stroke your silver hair, To soothe your soul in your despair? Am I to hold you to my breast, Until your sorrows are at rest? Little child, rest now and smile, And I’ll be with you all the while. Do not lose heart and cry in fright, For I will sing all day and night.”
Vincent Hunanyan, Black Book of Poems
“The notion that truth has recently become dead is one of the most familiar tropes of our times.

Lanier, Jaron. Ten Arguments for Deleting Your Social Media Accounts Right Now (Posición en Kindle726). Henry Holt and Co.. Edición de Kindle.”
Lanier, Jaron
“It might sound like a contradiction at first, but it isn’t; collective processes make the best sense when participants are acting as individuals.

Lanier, Jaron. Ten Arguments for Deleting Your Social Media Accounts Right Now (Posición en Kindle670-671). Henry Holt and Co.. Edición de Kindle.”
Lanier, Jaron
“There may be an initial fear and trembling when we first realize the futility of rejecting Him. But it is ultimately the kindness of God that leads men to repentance. Fear may be the “beginning of wisdom,” but it is not the end of wisdom. That place is reserved for love. We must take the final word given us in scripture regarding fear. “There is no fear in love. Perfect love casts out all fear …” (1 John 4:18). The fear of God is one of the most highly misunderstood principles on planet earth. We fear God not because He is bad, evil, malicious or untouchable. We fear Him because He is a billion volts of beauty, gladness, happiness and sweetness – and we are mere two-volt fuses! We can’t handle the goodness!”
John Crowder, Cosmos Reborn
“When people act as solitary wolves, then each person is in a unique position in society and thinks in a unique way.

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Lanier, Jaron
“There are situations that call for the switch to be set to Pack. Military units are the canonical example. Sometimes people must lose themselves to a hierarchical order because that’s the only way to survive. But a primary goal of civilization should be to make those times as rare as possible.

Lanier, Jaron. Ten Arguments for Deleting Your Social Media Accounts Right Now (Posición en Kindle661-663). Henry Holt and Co.. Edición de Kindle.”
Lanier, Jaron
“Repentance is not the price tag for salvation; it is a first fruit of salvation.”
John Crowder, Cosmos Reborn
“I want to be authentically nice, and certain online designs seem to fight against that with magical force. That’s the core reason why I don’t have accounts on Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, 2 Instagram, Snapchat, or any of the rest.

Lanier, Jaron. Ten Arguments for Deleting Your Social Media Accounts Right Now (Posición en Kindle595-597). Henry Holt and Co.. Edición de Kindle.”
Lanier, Jaron
“You know the adage that you should choose a partner on the basis of who you become when you’re around the person? That’s a good way to choose technologies, too.

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Joyce Carol Oates
“Marx had famously denounced religion as the opiate of the people, now it was Fame that was the opiate of the people;”
Joyce Carol Oates, Blonde
“Even successful and pleasant BUMMER addicts, like top social media influencers, have reported that they must not be too nice to others, for that shows weakness1 in a highly competitive fishbowl. One must be followed more than one follows, for appearances’ sake.

Lanier, Jaron. Ten Arguments for Deleting Your Social Media Accounts Right Now (Posición en Kindle554-556). Henry Holt and Co.. Edición de Kindle.”
Lanier, Jaron
“A gambler is addicted not to winning, exactly, but to the process in which losing is more likely. A junkie is addicted not just to the high, but to the vertiginous difference between the lows and the highs.

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Lanier, Jaron
“Addicts become anxious, strangely focused on portentous events that aren’t visible to others.

Lanier, Jaron. Ten Arguments for Deleting Your Social Media Accounts Right Now (Posición en Kindle542-543). Henry Holt and Co.. Edición de Kindle.”
Lanier, Jaron
“The problem isn’t any particular technology, but the use of technology to manipulate people, to concentrate power in a way that is so nuts and creepy that it becomes a threat to the survival of civilization.

Lanier, Jaron. Ten Arguments for Deleting Your Social Media Accounts Right Now (Posición en Kindle528-529). Henry Holt and Co.. Edición de Kindle.”
Lanier, Jaron
“Instead, the problem that has made the world so dark and crazy lately is the BUMMER machine, and the core of the BUMMER machine is not a technology, exactly, but a style of business plan that spews out perverse incentives and corrupts people.

Lanier, Jaron. Ten Arguments for Deleting Your Social Media Accounts Right Now (Posición en Kindle508-510). Henry Holt and Co.. Edición de Kindle.”
Lanier, Jaron
“The more specifically we can draw a line around a problem, the more solvable that problem becomes.

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Lanier, Jaron
“Well-intentioned activists demand that corporations govern behavior more and more. “Please tell us what we can say, oh rich young programmers of Silicon Valley! Discipline us!”

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Lanier, Jaron
“BUMMER pioneers like Google and Facebook have avidly chased bad actors, fakers, and unsanctioned manipulators, and the result has been the rise of technically accomplished, underground cyber mafias, sometimes working for unfriendly states.

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Lanier, Jaron
“Prohibitions generally don’t work. When the United States attempted to outlaw alcohol in the early twentieth century, the result was a rise of organized crime.

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Lanier, Jaron
“To state the obvious, there’s a rather vast industry called search engine optimization that’s devoted to helping clients manipulate the constant policy changes at search engines.”
Lanier, Jaron
Jostein Gaarder
“Red Ridinghood,”
Jostein Gaarder, Sophie's World
“If you hang out in Silicon Valley, you’ll hear a lot of chatter about how money is becoming obsolete, how we’re creating forms of power and influence that transcend money. Yet everybody still seems to be chasing money!”
Lanier, Jaron
tags: dinero
“BUMMER platforms have proudly reported on how they’ve experimented with making people sad, changing voter turnout, and reinforcing brand loyalty. Indeed, these are some of the best-known examples of research that were revealed in the formative days of BUMMER.”
Lanier, Jaron
Nic Stone
“What do I do when my very identity is being mocked by people who refuse to admit there’s a problem?”
Nic Stone, Dear Martin
“Like climate change, BUMMER will lead us into hell if we don’t self-correct.”
Lanier, Jaron
“The better analogy is paint that contains lead. When it became undeniable that lead was harmful, no one declared that houses should never be painted again. Instead, after pressure and legislation, lead-free paints became the new standard.”
Lanier, Jaron
Mischa Temaul
“Kill them dead with all your charms of kindness.
Then bloody bury them with that absolute gorgeous smile.”
Mischa Temaul
“Deleting your accounts now will improve the chances that you’ll have access to better experiences in the future.”
Lanier, Jaron
Colleen Hoover
“Sometimes when people change, it’s not always noticeable in a marriage, because the couple changes together, in the same direction. But sometimes people change in opposite directions.”
Colleen Hoover, All Your Perfects
“Remember, with old-fashioned advertising, you could measure whether a product did better after an ad was run, but now companies are measuring whether individuals changed their behaviors, and the feeds for each person are constantly tweaked to get individual behavior to change.”
Lanier, Jaron

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