â€œWe all want a purpose, a meaning that governs our lives. The internet is a web of meanings, a dense thicket of purposes. It doesnâ€™t explain anything, really, just lets your alleged meanings fly out there and slam into someone elseâ€™s alleged meanings. There is no central meaning on the internet; the internet doesnâ€™t actually exist to be honest. It simply resides in some collective imagination that we like to conjure up as we type in an eviscerating comment about a stranger. Strangers are almost always immoral heathens that like the opposite political party as you and seem to always say covertly offensive things.
Weâ€™re all strangers.â€
— Accept That the Internet Wants to Kill You â€” Medium