"You may not like my music, but I know you'll like how well my photo does online."
Well, it's happened. Not only have most of us already given up much of our precious real-world time to work and communicate online, now people who are working in the real world without any digital equipment are bypassing reality to appeal straight to the Internet. The ramifications of this are troubling. Bums will compete for the latest YouTube references on their signs; Times Square mascots will no longer be content with assaulting children for a mere photo, but will insist on Vadering or Haduokening or whatever the hell they're doing these days. Christian zealots will verbally retweet each other's rants about the End being Nigh. This guy is still pretty cool, though.