Anything is possible. This statement has always been true, but more people believe it now because we can see it happening everywhere. Look at the astounding transformation happening all around us! Look at how the digital galaxy has exploded artistic expression. Look at how linear, single-solution thinking has been eclipsed by creative discovery. We read and write with our minds and our fingers through technology. The world is wherever you are, whenever you are.
How do we adjust our lives to digital technology? How have our lives been changed by technology? Can we remember the times when we identified ourselves solely by staring at a slate of glass in our bathrooms? Today the mirrors we use most are our desktop and mobile screens. But now we do not only see ourselves in the looking glass – we are able to see anyone and anything we want.
Social networks help us to compare ourselves with others – we are in a subconscious cold war with our friend stream. This need not be the state of affairs. Technology has given us access to many beautiful shadows we call media, but these do not change who we are. We must not forget what we are. Technology doesn’t change the world. We do – all with a thought and the touch of a finger.