This week, a bunch of social media platforms have decided to take on the digital world with a new hashtag: #TheInternetIsAboutAdvertising.
As of Friday, Twitter and Facebook have signed onto the effort, and the platform is now rolling out the hashtag to new users.
This isn’t just a hashtag, it’s a hashtag with a hashtag.
And it’s an important one: There’s a huge amount of information that we can all easily lose online.
This has a lot to do with our current cultural and political situation.
As much as we love to hate the internet, we also have a pretty good sense of what’s on the internet.
But if we really want to know about the world around us, we can’t just take a photo and tweet it.
We have to dig into it, listen to the people who are speaking up, and then make sense of it.
And the Internet is one of the most powerful tools we have for doing that.
But before we can understand the world we’re part of, we need to understand the internet as a whole.
That’s where #TheWorldIsAboutArt, the hashtag that’s been spreading online, comes in.
It’s not about art.
It doesn’t mean we’re obsessed with the art of the internet (it doesn’t).
It means that the Internet has changed us.
That it’s our connection to each other, to the world, and to ourselves.
The internet has empowered us.
It has allowed us to connect with others across all walks of life, across all political boundaries, and we’re still connecting.
So #TheArtOfTheInternet is a great way to show that.
And if you’re curious to see what it looks like in action, check out this video.
And let me tell you, it looks good.
This is one more step in the evolution of social sharing, and it will likely become a regular part of the platform’s offerings.