Sometimes online communities seem big, something you can get lost in, something that’s very real. Like what happens with a good video game or book, there’s a whole new reality to get absorbed in. 307 more words
I wonder what Shakespeare would think if he read some of the things we write today... I seriously doubt that most of it would stick around for hundreds of years and our descendants would want to recite it. Maybe that's just how it is- things are different now. Most humans read, and a message can be clearly said and posted on the Internet without a unreasonable amount of worry. We don't need to write grand plays to make social commentary- we have reality tv. Nowadays, everyone has the ability to write and have an audience so we have to make room. Does that mean we should ignore what for so long has been considered excellence? I may focus on nonfiction as a writer, but I was still bothered by this headline. If we let go of the Arts, where are headed?