Privacy Please

Today’s comic was inspired by a recent article from the New York Times which posits the notion that the “Tell All” generation may be rethinking their ideas on relinquishing personal privacy.

In a few discussions I’ve had with friends, I suspect that the next generation (beyond the millennials) may actually embrace the notion that being “off the grid” is actually cool.

What do you think? Will personal privacy make a come-back? Or is it too late?


revision hell

Update:: The screenshot above is just a small sampling of the number of revisions this comic undertook in the span of 2 days. Who says making comics is easy?

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  • dgriff13Reply
    May 10, 2010 at 5:09 pm

    good debate to be had. I think I teeter in between… before every tweet, I always ask myself… would I want my mom/grandmother/conservative relative to see this? I also ask: would this hurt anyone who read it? I doubt a lot of these so-called “tall all”‘s ask themselves these things very often. There should be a “TMI” button on facebook, to go with the “like”, & soon-coming “dislike”.

  • KrishnaReply
    May 10, 2010 at 9:13 pm

    I think I went through about 40 versions of this comic throughout the day before I finally felt like I had something I liked. So if you’ve seen this comic earlier this morning, yeah – there were a ton of changes in between.

  • CharlesReply
    May 10, 2010 at 9:54 pm

    Aww…I kinda liked the ‘mind your business’ line you had earlier. This one is great too!

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