Virtual and privacy musings…

2012: I kept my birthday date public. 73 Facebook friends wished me.
2013: I kept it off and got 4 notifications.
That’s the difference between Reality (2013) and Virtual Reality (2012).

Earlier Russians used to run away from their authoritarian regime to America.
Who would have thought that one day it would be the other way round!

SM is beating MSM because SM is loud and in your face, but not pretentious.
The MSM pretends to be something that it is not. The Mukhauta.

The problem is that people want great publicity and great privacy at the same time.
Something’s gotta give somewhere.

So Snowden finally gets his den in snowy Russia.

You have 11 notifications. One for a Group you didn’t know you were part of, three relating to comments that were posted in that particular group, three invitations to Like a Page of Friends you just added, 3 friendship requests from Hrithik Roshan, Albert Einstein and Donald Duck, (photos, not names that is) and even a message by some strange girl who wants to you to mail her immediately at some fishy looking email ID.

These versions by Sunil Rajguru

Contemporary Knock Knock Jokes 22

Knock Knock!
Who’s there?
Snowden who?
So no then to all my asylum appeals you spineless countries?

Knock Knock!
Who’s there?
Dhoni who?
Don’ you even think of giving up before the last ball!

Knock Knock!
Who’s there?
Privacy who?
Pry waise har government karta hi rahata hai na?

Knock Knock!
Who’s there?
China who?
Chai na peete raho babu logo aur dekho sarhad pe kya ho raha hai!

Knock Knock!
Who’s there?
Ashes who?
Aishe kaishe DRS syshtem thopa hai cricketing world pe?

These versions by Sunil Rajguru