Ease of coordination

It’s never been easier coordinate events and meet-ups with friends and family. With the touch of a button, it’s possible to communicate any information instantly (well, instantly when connected to WiFi) to a global audience.

Social media has played an enormous role in the ease of coordination of people; through personal, small events to large scale political protests. Yet something I’ve noticed that although this communication has never been simpler, there’s an online phenomenon of where hundreds, thousands (or more) people may say that they are interested in an event but often don’t bother to attend.

It seems commitment is just as fickle as always.

When you say maybe but know you ain't going



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