I’ve been getting a few comments on my song “the internet under control”, which is one of my favorite songs of all time. If you haven’t heard it, then you are missing out, and you might want to check out my new YouTube channel, The Internet Under Control.
There are websites that are simply too easy to get online, and there are websites that are too hard to get online. The ones that are too easy are the ones that are the most popular and the ones that are too hard are the ones that are the most under control.
I’m going to be honest with you, I’m not a big fan of anything that tries to control the internet. It is a very personal thing, and just because I can get to the internet’s source doesn’t mean I’m 100% satisfied with the result. I’m not a hypocrite because I read this page but I also don’t read every single thing on it.
this song makes people go on and on about internet control. What a load of bollocks. All we did was complain about the amount of noise and the amount of control we have over the internet. What we have done is increase the amount of internet control. We are giving the government more power to spy on our private lives through our internet connection.
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The internet is like most aspects of our lives: we’re all in charge of where we go, what we do, and by extension, who we are. We’re able to make choices based on what we know, what we’ve been told, what we’ve heard from others, or what we’ve been sold. But this is what our internet overlords have gotten us into. It’s like we’ve been born into a world where we don’t even understand the concept of choice.
This song is a song that shows how many of the things that people do online are done in an unconscious way. It comes with the same basic lyrics that everyone sings along to, but the song makes you question what you’re doing. If you’re wondering how you’re going to stop that from happening, this is your song.
I love the internet because it’s an open book. You can explore, explore, explore. We’re all here now because we’ve had the opportunity to self-evaluate and take a moment to think about ourselves and what we’re doing. There’s no reason that our internet habits should have to be dictated by someone else. That’s not how we learn.