Say "goodbye" to Instagram -- and six other Internet goals for 2013
1. And finally, saying "goodbye" to any website, period
See that empty tube? That's you leaving the Internet -- and no one caring.
Social networking is kinda like the Lazy River at a water park: Once you stop contributing to the constant stream of information that your friends/family/coworkers/virtual strangers are currently wading in, someone else just takes your place. The river of human babble never stops -- it just keeps getting added to by whomever is peeing, er, posting in it.
So on that note, can't we just stop being dramatic for a moment and do something without telling our willing audience first? It's sort of like threatening to jump before actually jumping -- listen, we're all in this shit show called the Internet together and you know what? If you delete your Facebook/Twitter/Instagram account, no one cares. In fact, they won't even notice.
Not even your closest friends and family -- because they are too busy uploading pictures of babies and dogs to notice that you have stopped uploading pictures of babies and dogs.