This is only my opinion, but to answer you, Oo naman. Pero I think meron din drawbacks. It's easier to spread good information and yet at the same time, just as easy or even easier to spread stupidity.
This is purely anecdotal pero I noticed, people in general are more jaded? Simple instances like in groceries, restaurants, most service oriented industries I encounter, there is definitely a change of attitude over the years. This is what I'm basing my observations on cause this is what I deal with on an almost daily basis. Yes it varies from people to people, pero there is something "off", I just couldn't quite figure it out.
Some of the things that you read online are so mean, demeaning and disgusting, you'd easily punch the face of whomever said that face to face. You know things like kung may nag sabi eh non eh ang kapal? Pero are we getting too desensitized to that, that what we usually consider abnormal becomes acceptable behavior?
I noticed people will easily go ballistic when an animal is being mistreated in a video pero kung tungkol sa tao, kung ano ano pa mababasa mo, kung hindi mang-aasar eh mantutuya pa. Yes there will be lip services comments like aww kawawa naman, and then meh. On to the next thing.
This isn't the case all the time, but I do notice that there is a trend of some sort pessimism and cynicism right there.
I visit this popular pinoy tech blog from time to time, and most of the time I try to avoid the comment section. More often than not it's full of know it all d*ck weeds with misguided superiority complex and sense of entitlement, nakakasuya basahin.
I wonder how drastic the changes are in human interaction in 20-100 years time?
The caricature case of a thousand friends on facebook, yet none on real life. I wonder what kind of effects that would do to society in general in as time goes by. Surely that can't be all good?
Anyway yung lang napapansin ko, pero as of now the good outweighs the bad tenfold, pero there is a price to pay if this trend continues.