The unobserved life is so totally worth living.
Google is not ours. Which feels confusing, because ... Google is made of us ...
Big Data is made of people.
Alan Eustace, Senior Vice President of Engineering & Research at Google:
We are mortified by what happened.
The Department of Homeland Security, with its multitude of databases, even came up with a mascot to teach bureaucrats the need for responsibly handling personal information, known as "Privacy Man." He dons a superhero mask and costume.
Kenneth R. Harney:
Don't feel guilty about it. Don't think you're doing something morally wrong.
For those of you who continue to insist on sending e-mails longer than three (3) sentences, here is a Wikipedia entry on haiku. Reformat your e-mails accordingly, as in this example:
I am busy now;
The Internet has stolen
So much precious time.
In a big, messy democracy like this, everything takes time. And we're not a culture that's built on patience.
Stop talking about time like you need to save it. You just need to use it better.