If only the internet were more advanced, we wouldn't even have to post. Indicate that you're a Broncos fan, and every time they win, you and your followers automatically see you say #Huzzah Broncos! Wooh! or some other variation thereof. Categorize your mother as a non-sports friend, and everyone else sees your message, but not her.
You could also click the "sucks" button by, say, "Paul Krugman," so that whenever he publishes anything, Twitter automatically generates on your behalf: #Krugman is spinning lies into the memespace again. Here's the link. /sigh
Who needs typing? The Christmas card list can be replaced by automatic personalized greetings (over 400 different variations if you upgrade, with more added every day), so why can't we scrap all the work involved in keeping this civilization going entirely? The oil we have on hand now would, if we all just committed suicide, be enough to keep our civilization automatically thriving on central servers for tens of thousands of years. Set up a few solar inputs, and that number goes even higher. 8 billion computer personalities, spinning off their own children based on a formulaic combination of likes/dislikes drawn from their parents' lists, all liking statuses and reacting to one another's fodder, for a million years of efficient, friendly, all-inclusive peace.
I'd say we've accomplished everything here that we set out to do.