Digitally Assisted Hermit
The person that excludes itself, momentarily or not, from a social gathering or group by means of a digital device.
The amount of work that one person has to do in order to remove or hide someone from its real and digital environment by blocking someone on the internet or other places.
Ex. "I had so much blorck to do to get away from Dorian"
The right and chto not be seen in digital spaces or to opt-out of them.
Taxonomy of internet points (likes, upvotes, etc.)
/ Compassion: A meaningless, thoughtless recognition on the content.
/ Self identification: When the person sees part of its behaviour on the content.
/ Group enforced: Associated to a group behavior or objective.
/ Sorting: Used to organize content in private networks.
/ Deal: Given in expectation of something
- You chose to block
- Blocking is a consequence of acts
- Butterfly effect ?
- to forget
- somebody who hurts you
- annoys you
- * for security
Cutting the thread of communication, or the bridge between two people in a digital environment.
Obscuring somebody's face by a physical or digital mean. (Blur, Block). The face is the ID of the person.
Unmatch someone is an expression of this (?).
Upvote: Digital Useless Gold Differents of likes, consoling, 'real' like, supporting, meaningless.
Self isolation using the smartphone. Don't want to be looked at.
When a person cuts off all communication with their friends or the person they're dating, with zero warning or notice before hand. You'll mostly see them avoiding friend's phone calls, social media, and avoiding them in public.
"I haven't seen Tom in 3 months. I think he may be ghosting me."