Douglas Rushkoff, author of
Cyberia, Media Virus
Playing the Future
, looks at technologies and the cultures they spawn as expressions of nature and the benevolent force of chaos. He has published an opinion which ideally leads me into this conclusion. He said:
With each successive development in communications technology comes a corresponding leap in the number of ideas with which it requires us to cope. As we incorporate each new invention into our daily life, we must accelerate our ability to process new thoughts and ideas.
What we need to adapt to, more than any particular change, is the fact that we are changing so rapidly. We must learn to accept change as a constant. Novelty is the new status quo.