Social media is pretty impersonal if you think about it, since you're just staring at a screen reading something a person wrote without seeing their face or hearing their voice.
And as people begin to spend less time communicating with their friends in person and more time chatting with them via text online our bonds are becoming weaker, as we start to forget what our FB friends actually look like in person.
The New Mexico-based art collective Meow Wolf has figured out a clever way to fix all that- the Experience Tube, a "revolutionary analog device which connects one experience to another", worn to make sharing and liking personal again:
Using only soft striped fabric and the most sophisticated facial recognition technology ever developed (installed standard in current model human brains) the tube replaces all peripheral distractions with an unbridled visual feast of stripes and laughter! Simply upload a couple of faces into each end and make your own internet, instantaneously! Immediate vivid connection, with no subscriptions, user agreements, invasive advertisements, or spotty service!
-Via Boing Boing