You could argue that with everything happening on the Internet, social media and TV, time has lost its relevance a long ago. To a certain extent, it has. It is no longer required or indeed beneficial to be considered as linear. Incorporated communication technologies have allowed the ‘negligence’ of time as a unit of measure (Castells, 2000). It can no longer constrain interactions and communication within a network society.

Are we writing for the world now?