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A good noun describing such a state is ennui. ennui noun: a feeling of listlessness and dissatisfaction arising from a lack of occupation or excitement. synonyms: boredom, tedium, listlessness, lethargy, lassitude, languor, weariness, enervation (Google)
Consider the phrase red-letter day. Merriam Webster says: : of special importance : memorable "This was a red-letter day in my life." It sometimes carries a religious connotation, but this is not necessary. I think Jasmine in the Disney movie "Aladdin" uses it in a song somewhere.
Potentially an oversharer, but the word often means sharing details about your life that are either embarrassing to you or discomfiting to others. overshare - to disclose too much (personal information) or too many (details) about oneself It does not, alas, mean that guy that just has to share his 2 cents about everything.
An "attention whore" is a widely-used term for this, someone who must be the center of attention, and does things and causes situations which puts them in the center of attention, into the spotlight. Of course, it is not something you would say to another person, as it is considered an insult. It conveys the same meaning regardless of whether or not the ...
He may have logorrhea pathologically incoherent, repetitious speech. incessant or compulsive talkativeness; wearisome volubility. And if the above is tempting but not quite a perfect fit, I'd like to humbly submit the not-yet-a-real-word "blogorrhea" for your specific case. Unfortunately of course this is a name for his condition, not for him ...
Conceivably you're looking for the word sentience here. So in noun form, sentient beings, sentient life forms or rarely sentients. The only pitfall is that the definition of sentience its self is much disputed, so it's up to you to then defend your definition of what would qualify. I expect this would be a related problem to your statement no matter what ...
You could use social media addict. It's doesn't fit the description exactly, as a social media addict doesn't necessarily overshare publicly (eg, you can have social media addicts who are just messaging their friends, or browsing instagram). eg. Bob is a bit of a social media addict - he's liked twenty pictures and commented on ten of them in the ...
Jaded perhaps adjective bored or lacking enthusiasm, typically after having had too much of something. (Google) or World-Weary adjective feeling or indicating feelings of weariness, boredom, or cynicism as a result of long experience of life. (Google)
Ennui, boredom, tedium, and doldrums- are comparable when they denote a state of dissatisfaction and weariness. doldrums Use this noun to describe a period of time that is boring, depressing, or characterized by inactivity. The noun doldrums is derived from the word dull. If you’ve been vegging out in front of the TV for hours, bored out ...
There is a punchline to a Penny Arcade comic that I think sums this up very well: A Twitter Shitter
You could say: Not a run-of-the-mill day
If you're talking about the trend of laying stuff on the ground and taking a picture, you're referring to a flat lay.
Are you looking for "apathy"? apathy - (noun) lack of interest, enthusiasm, or concern. Google or "insipidity" (noun) - the state of finding everything uninteresting and dull. boredom, tedium, uninterestedness and unconcern may also apply.
A “remarkable” day. Worthy of remark. Worthy of note. Different than the usual, exceptional. I suspect Rodale’s Synonym Finder has good alternatives under “remarkable.” A “standout” day (if you are OK with “standout” as an adjective).
What first came to mind was: delve: to carry on intensive and thorough research for data, information, or the like; investigate: to delve into the issue of prison reform. Usually used with into, as in the example above. Source: dictionary.com
Sophont is a specialized term used primarily in science fiction, as evidenced by the SF Citations for OED database: Definition: an intelligent being, including humans as well as intelligent aliens. 1966 P. Anderson Trouble Twisters (1969) 57 Likewise with the psychology of intelligent species. Most sophonts indeed possess basic instincts which ...
garrulous - excessively talkative, especially on trivial matters is usually applied in spoken contexts, rather than to "non-vocal" online postings. But given OP has already used noisy himself, I think it's appropriate.
How about an *E*-ttention whore?
exhibitionist A person who behaves in an extravagant way in order to attract attention If desired you could attach an adjective [phrase] like "online", "social media", "digital", etc. to be more specific, but I don't think it's needed.
Based on the definitions given in Wikipedia, these do seem contradictory. A quick look at page 42 of a Civil Aviation Authority manual (a source listed on Wikipedia) also seems to offer conflicting definitions: OUT* This exchange of transmissions is ended and no response is expected. OVER* My transmission is ended and I expect a response from you. ...
A complex sentence has more than one clause, and a clause requires a subject and verb. "At her age" is a prepositional phrase, which doesn't contain a verb, so your sentence remains simple. Conjunctions may be omitted. Punctuation may take their place: Minggay Awok was lonely; her only companions were a few charcoal black chickens. His business ...
In pedagogical terms, we talk about "synchronous" vs. "asyncronous" communication. In synchronous communication, we're talking to each other at the same time; in asynchronous communication, you may not see what I'm saying as I'm saying it, and you may reply at a later time.
These are examples of a witticism known as Puns. noun 1. the humorous use of a word or phrase so as to emphasize or suggest its different meanings or applications, or the use of words that are alike or nearly alike in sound but different in meaning; a play on words.
Although not particularly Internet related, I'd call them a chatterbox A person who likes to chatter. chatter Talk informally about unimportant matters.
Lifelogging enthusiast. Was a thing before twitter/facefook, albeit non-public.
The taking of the cultural aspects of one society by a stronger society is called "cultural theft" or "cultural appropriation." For an example look up "Chief Illiniwek." This is somewhat different from assimilation, which is a giving up of one's culture for another. The reverse of cultural theft is "cultural imperialism," in which the stronger society ...
Blasé may suggest the idea: indifferent to something because of familiarity or surfeit, lacking enthusiasm; bored (Collins)
Insouciant is also a great word for this showing a casual lack of concern; indifferent. Sylvia Plath has a poem called Ennui that is littered with all kinds of these words (of course the word ennui itself being the most prominent)
As stated in the comments, investigation is the word that you are looking for. A formal inquiry or systematic study (OED)
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