002 Web kindness, unkindness, and personal language
When you think about what is kind to and unkind to, you can think of a rough sense of kindness and unkindness. For example, I am kind to cats but not to my parents, or I am kind to my parents but not to my cats, and the standards and degrees vary from person to person. Let's change our position and think about whether cats and parents are kind or unfriendly to me. Regardless of my kindness or unkindness, their kindness and unkindness are another area.
So is the web kind or unfriendly to me?
We live in the form of consuming everything. Looking into the web and searching for the desired results, purchasing the desired item from a shopping mall, spying on someone's information and SNS, using web-based platforms and social media to show off oneself, images, and writings, and everything seems possible in the web world. So is the web kind to you?
What should be considered here is that all of this happens in an "invisible space" as an "actual event" including physical properties, or "as if it is real." It exists in the infinite space of the web, consumes everything, and is likely to be consumed.
Is the web unfriendly? After going through all the complicated processes such as joint certificates on the government's certification issuance site, the vicious and dual appearance of the web, or the web's discovery of my wife's gossip (which website was the worst moment using the web), and what are the scenes of crimes? Web that makes it impossible to move to the page you want even if you misspell a little, and sometimes discloses your information to everyone by showing a sloppy appearance to hack someone. So is the web unfriendly to you?