It sucks to try and book a tour without the internet, and I'm not even doing it.
I understand the power of the internet, but I can't say that I'm there. I'm old-fashioned and living in a different century. I don't know. I just don't really understand the craze of it.
I have always had stuff on the Internet. Way back in the Myspace days, I had a lot of friends on Myspace. And it is just all about, like, networking - contacting people and showing people, like, your mind.
We cannot wait for governments to do it all. Globalization operates on Internet time. Governments tend to be slow moving by nature, because they have to build political support for every step.
I'm a bit of a Luddite and I hate the internet.
Like, a lot of people I know are wanting to get back to the Earth in some way and not raise their kids in this world of Apps and Internet all the time. I grew up on a river in New Jersey and I was in fantasy land. I could do anything.
If you're looking to make a basic living selling and playing your music, the Internet is all you really need.
Although prison officials have long battled illegal cellphones, smartphones have changed the game. With Internet access, a prisoner can call up phone directories, maps and photographs for criminal purposes, corrections officials and prison security experts say. Gang violence and drug trafficking, they say, are increasingly being orchestrated online, allowing inmates to keep up criminal behavior even as they serve time.
I'm an Internet expert too. It's all right to wire the industrial zone only, but there are many problems if other regions of the North are wired.
After Memory Keepers Daughter, it took me a few months to shut out the world. I really had to turn off the Internet and sort of cloister myself away from the world again and sink into that psychic space to write again.
The Internet is all about accessing entertainment. Realistically, 50 to 80 percent of all traffic is people downloading stuff for free. If you can turn that huge market share into something that you can monetize, even if it is just with ads, you will end up making more money than with all other revenue streams combined.
I think there is a big group of people out there who disagree about what is going on. They want to have their privacy back, they want to have internet freedom.
The Internet is by the people, for the people.
The videos are sometimes the only way for people across the country and different places to see and hear the music. They may not get the same radio stations or they don't get the same TV channels, they don't have the same MTV that plays the same music. People will use to the Internet and that's why YouTube and stuff like that is so important.
I think the thing about the Internet is that it has so many characteristics that can be easily construed to be similar or almost identical to print that it can be misleading.
I decapitated with my blessed right hand the head of American Jew, Daniel Pearl, in the city of Karachi, Pakistan. For those who would like to confirm, there are pictures of me on the Internet holding his head.
Anyone with a internet connection and an idea can develop an audience
For years, particularly with the advent of the Internet, people have been griping about lessening attention spans.
The control is shifting because of the democratisation of the internet. My industry is very good at building walls to stop people getting in.
It's the kind of democratization of the Internet that has led to the breaking down of barriers into the creative arts.
If there was no Internet, my career would have ended in 1995.
I think the advent of the Internet gave us all a big boost, because by the time the Internet became mainstream and you could get it in your home, a lot of us were used to dealing in fan culture, writing to magazines or anything at the back of comic books.
For much of the Internet, the shortest path between two points doesn't exist.
I've loved the Internet space in terms of creative content control and ownership, the things I haven't had since I started as a stand-up comedian.
In the long run magazines can't be a convenience play - the Web has stolen that. So magazines have to be high fidelity - a fantastic experience - to thrive. Magazines will survive the Internet age, but only the ones that give people an experience they just can't get anywhere else. A magazine will have to be truly loved to make it.
I promise you, I will have something on the Internet that is game-changing. I can't lose.
No one can ruin shows, but Internet trolls sure can make things miserable.
I didn't visit art galleries growing up. I didn't know anything about it. But at 17 I made the decision to leave home and explore. I've been using the Internet since I was 13, so I could see there was this whole world out there.
My fans - I hate the word fans...my supporters - it's an international following that isn't from being in London and existing on the "scene." It came from being on the Internet, from being a teenager communicating with different artists, showing who I am, who KESH is, as well as connecting with other people around the world doing similar things.
Social media is the basis of my career. Since I was a kid I've always used the Internet as a space to express myself creatively.
Nowadays anyone can show their art to anybody via the Internet.
I agree completely with my son James when he says 'Internet is like electricity. The latter lights up everything, while the former lights up knowledge'.
Even though there's these songs and whoever the hell put it in the internet, if there's any good riffs in them, we raped the songs and put in the new ones.
Access to computers and the Internet has become a basic need for education in our society.
The times that we are in, it's something that you can only feel in the air. You don't even have to talk about it. You don't need the news or the Internet to watch it. You can walk outside and just feel it.
I don't really believe in the Devil, but if the Devil is the Father of Lies, then he certainly invented the Internet.
I always feel a certain sense of reverence in libraries, even small city ones that smell like homeless internet users.
If it's on the Internet, then it's gotta be true.
I go on the Internet and look at old pictures of myself, because it is the best reminder of how far I have come and where I do not want to be.
As Android, iPhone and other mobile platforms grow, we are moving away from the page-based Internet. The new Internet is app centric and often message-centric.