A true quote. Though it was found on internet.
Chiefly a text medium in the beginning, the World Wide Web gave rise to any number of personal quotation collections that continue to flourish, even though very few of them seem to facilitate accurate information or correct citation.
The increase of written means of informal communication brought about by the Internet has produced the practice of using quotations as personal flags, as in one’s own signature block. This is most commonly seen in email messages and Usenet posts, while it is almost never seen in blog posts. Quotations are also popular as a user’s personal message, a line under the user’s nickname in some Instant Messaging clients (and here they often go uncited). In all these cases, quotations are usually included to give a glimpse of the user’s personality, to make a statement of their beliefs, or to spread views and ideas.