What is digitalosophy?
I have lived in the digital world for more than 12 years now, and I am loving it—it is my passion. Why is it my passion? It is because it’s more different and fantastic than the real world.
If my seven-year-old daughter reads this, she wouldn’t understand what I mean and why I am so excited. She was born into it; she is entirely digital. And, that’s where the philosophy comes.
According to Wikipedia, philosophy is the study of general and fundamental problems, concerning matters, such as existence, knowledge, values, reason, mind, and language.
We should ask how this digital world has changed us as communities, family workers, and humans and how the relationships format changes, according to digital use.
It is not a question of bad or good or right or wrong.
It’s a question of why and how and where and what.
In this great blog, I intend to ask many questions about our lives, as humans, in the digital communities. I hope the answers that I will be getting would be positive and profound.
That’s my first attempt to create content about digitalosophy; it’s not as easy as I thought it would be; well, it’s philosophy. I can’t wait until this year passes, and I would be reading this blog post and thinking to myself, “Wow, that was a great step to the future; I don’t believe that this digitalosophy had, indeed, happened.”
Will you join my digitalosophy journey and ask questions with me?