I don’t need a screen shot to show you what the internet looked like on Friday, because as I type, there are reminders plastered on every cyber corner. I saw a video clip featuring the sound of one explosion during the exhibition soccer match in Paris before the attacks had even ended. News outlet apps, Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook can be dragged down, popped, and refreshed with real-time, live-action updates as they happen. Not only do we have instant access to the words of journalists on the ground, but we also have user-uploaded content to browse, giving us a front row seat to all of the action (and all of the misery, carnage, violence, and bloodshed). We live in a digital world of Instant Tragification.