Us and the web

It's changing everything, it's rewiring/rewired how we're connected, it's making the world smaller and it's killing thousands of jobs (creating another thousand in the process).

I'm talking, of course, about the web.

I wasn't much of a web geek until about two years ago, which happened not coincidentally at the same time I started working at Live Content. It meant a real shift in the way I lived my life and thought about life itself, not to mention the implications on how I started relating to people both on and offline. I honestly believe it changed me for the better.

There's, however, a strong risk of addiction (which recently led to some changes in the way I spend my time), and such a powerful tool can actually bring you great benefit or great despair. The worst part of it is when you can't tell each of these apart.

With that being said, there's one question that's been bugging me for quite some time: is the web our employee, co-worker, partner or boss?