A clever description by James D Schwartz:
I step outside my front door and hop on my bike because I’m too lazy to go downstairs in the parking garage to get the car. I pull my bike up to the front door at my destination because I’m too lazy to drive around looking for a parking spot then having to walk from the car to the building.
T.Robert Wyatt explores the question of identity: “Is your digital identity a separate self or is it identical to your real-world self?”, and how it impacts our lives:
Our legal and social framework for identity insists that me in high school and me today are the same person when there is a world of difference between the two. Me then and me now would have very little in common, including friends, opportunities, philosophies, quality of life or future prospects.