Argument: Internet is arguably bad for humanity, not good
Jamil Zaki. "Why the Internet Should Win the Nobel Peace Prize." Wired. March 18, 2010: "The primary use of social networking sites is “meforming,” or frequent updates about the minutia of people’s lives that one research group duly categorized as “pointless babble.” And if the internet’s most common asset is keeping us posted on what old high school classmates are having for brunch, then its risks may be more important."