Communication now is largely given by means of mass media, be it Facebook, Twitter, e-mail, text message, phones, etc., and that is pretty much how our culture works and communicates now. Civilization has changed in that we now communicate with all this mass media mostly, and face-to-face pretty much when we want to step out of the comforts of media and look people in the face. History has allowed this, with the inventions and books evolution that I explained above, and was the foundation of what we have now.
Interpersonal relationships and relations with people is what makes up a society, community, and civilization. When this mass digital culture came in, these relationships were hindered because it is on the personal level that a civilization starts, and with that foundation being hurt, civilization is hurt. I think digital media is a great thing, but it should not get in the way of these forming face-to-face personal relationships that make that solid foundation for a great community and civilization.