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Twenty third. Levels of communication.

Once people learned to speak, no longer making noises.
Communication has become vital to the development of the human individual.
Sometime later, people learned to type quickly into their smartphones, ceasing to speak.
At first, difficulties arose in dictating the mail addresses, the internet pages and others… then to transfer of emoticons to the face, to express bewilderment with the shoulders, and grief – with tears.
Then all the gestures fell out, blurred in front of the gif-animation, that replaced it.
At the same time followed the abbreviation of words, to which everbody because of a lack of time agreed. LOL
Discussions about vacations and happenings replaced by posts in the social media, sharing experience – by “how to videos”.
A rare young individual, who still decides to face-to-face meetings, pre-deserted by communications, hammered into their smartphone, came to the general opinion, that there is nothing more to say in general, except: “read on FB, look at Insta, sent me via Whatsapp, etc ”
Communications had been changing to the new level.
Only pensioners dared to chat live, and then only among themselves. Contact with young people prevented by headphones in their ears and smartphones in their eyes.
Encouraged by the freed communication niche, birds and animals entered into conversation. And here, again, only the pensioners, not burdened with technology were fascinated by bird talk and squirrel gossip. They spent days on park benches, opening their mouths and sometimes trying to share those new expirience with passing young people.
“The pensioners are completely out of their minds,” wrote a tweet feed. And in the google glasses people’s, who were passing by benches, the feature “inadequate” popped up.
Separated from society, desperete retired people joined the flight training group of young chicks and, under the guidance of feathered pilots, learned to fly.
But no one saw this.
Communication of mankind was going to change to a new virtual level…

Author: T. Weingart

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