-these were taken after @andrewfitzsimons convinced me to do the big chop!rthur Waldron is a notable scholar of Chinese history and military affairs whose views are often out of sync with conventional wisdom.
Plus, we can't forget the greatest thing about “IG”: beautiful people.
The fact that you can look at well-manicured pictures of whoever you think is attractive is a benefit that should keep Instagram in business for years to come.
Within minutes you can find someone hot, then find out if they like similar things to you, hang out at the same places, then within seconds find out who your mutual friends are, where they last got drunk and where their mum lives. The excitement and urgency at which we find people is reflective of the speed at which we move on.
There’s something innately unnatural about finding out so much information so soon though. And in the flurry of pheromones and dick-pics we forget all the niceties and basic manners that come with meeting people offline.
At some point, we'll just got tired of wondering and unfollow.