I agree 95%. Very recently, the number of people who have this sort of semindelusional "internet vision" has skyrocketed, but largely or even almost exclusively among younger people where the internet is very accessible. You know that it's not real life, and your parents know it's not real life, but in the wake of media transforming and digital communication being set ablaze, heaps of people have leapt into it head-first like it is what discos were to the 70's, and in the process of this huge influx to the internet like it's something that's going out of style, it has simultaneously confused the shit out of the curious and new-blooded and set a precedent from then on about how they, their friends, and their future children are going to assume and think about it going in. Places such as colleges and to a lesser extent professional workplaces tend to be hotspots in recent years for this type of hopeful, curious, well-meaning initiate, and it's beginning to circulate among them that the internet has not only changed how we think about things, but that this prickly, nasty microcosm of the real world has in fact imposed itself on reality and now essentially acts as its nucleus. In one sentence to describe that mindset: Video killed the radio store and the internet killed MTV. But I think it's probable thatin a few years ago this whole twitter imageboard internet thing as it is now will be just another thing that's "so five minutes ago."