Get Ready For Everting, Which You're Probably Already Experiencing To Some Extent

“Between 2009 and 2010 I spent a disastrous amount of time playing Mario Kart Wii. I’d come home at night, grab dinner and then sit obsessively for several hours clutching a little white plastic steering wheel. I’m not proud of this, but it’s necessary back story to explain why, one weekend as I was driving to New Jersey and some Jersey driver was swerving and lane-straddling in front of me on the George Washington Bridge, I instinctively reached down on the steering wheel for the button that, in Mario Kart, would send a red shell flying out in front of me to flip this asshole’s car off the road.”
Sally Adee writes about the effects of playing a lot of video games, and the notion that the internet is “everting,” or “entering the next phase of its evolution by creeping out of the virtual boundaries that once defined it and into what we consider ‘real life.’”