A flashmob requires that people who barely (if at all) know each other, share a social media defined adventure, show up, implement something, then leave. Although a group experience, strangers stay strangers in many cases. We work as if we have been invited to many flashmobs during the day. Multitasking everything and telling everyone we're busy is the norm. Urgent kills importance. We're always behind for the next flashmob, not quite prepared, not really doing it right and worrying about it constantly. We pack every minute with no time to spare.