Andrew Torba su Medium:
In our world of instant communication and satisfaction we place unjustified expectations on each other to respond in a timely manner without any room for delay. Our devices enforce these expectations with features like “read reports” or by marking messages as “seen.” […] Many of us feel entitled to receive a quick response from the person we are communicating with, but the reality is there are plenty of valid reasons for not being able to respond. When we don’t receive an immediate reply from someone we tend to have an emotional response that leaves us filled with animosity towards the other person. As if this person is purposely ignoring us and couldn’t possibly have any other pressing matters to deal with in their life. How selfish of us.