03 Oct The Internet Apocalypse
Zombie apocalypses, Ebola virus, Sars, AIDS, global warming, earthquakes, you name it, seem to scare the hell out of people with “What ifs?”. The media takes hold of these stories and then the Internet does the rest to spread information like wildfire…a ‘virus’ gets started, with people living in fear because they believe the end of the world is coming!
Could the world really end because of one of these catastrophes or pandemics?
What about an ‘Internet Apocalypse‘? Could people survive without Internet and texting? How many people would go insane, crazy, turn to drinking/drugging, or become violent without texting or online social media? Would this be like a technological ice age? This is the only life the Y generation has ever known!
This is a fun book which explores what the world would be like without Internet technology should the earth get attacked with solar flares or meteors. It is a survival guide of sorts pointing out that we wouldn’t be that worse off, possibly better especially when you consider online addictions to pornography, infidelity, social media bullying, gambling, poor communication skills, excessive spending, etc.
Do you have what it takes to survive? The threat of an Internet apocalypse is more real than you think!
About the Author:
Peter Andrew Sacco is the author of many popular international books and more than 700 magazine articles. He has received the Award of Excellence in Teaching and lectures at universities in both the U.S. and Canada. He currently hosts a weekly radio show, “Matters of the Mind” which features celebrities with whom he discusses mental health, relationship and addiction issues and is an award-winning executive producer.
Michael Fox has his bachelor’s of Arts in Communications/Writing and associate’s degree in English. He is a featured writer with many articles and publications.