Since all meaning can be demolished by sincere application of intellect, the information revolution is exacerbating meaninglessness. How?
The hallowed nature of belief systems, morals, passions cannot stand wikipedia.
If you believe in "x", you should not search for the words "x critique" on the internet. Who knows what facts, what well-argued studies, what deconstructions, lie in wait at the the next click?
The more channels there are on TV, the less "innocence" there is. Now we know everything, or rather, now we can criticize everything. And that is the tragedy.
I went further. I willfully sought taboo-breaking films (Catherine Breillat!), I voluntarily bought Dawkins, I questioned every emotional response of mine, I browsed literature which made me shudder at its irreverence, I called the holy sages by their full names, prefixed with a Mr., ...
I am a modern man, who made full use of the resources available to me.
"God is Great" has been thoroughly, and decisively, replaced by "Google is Great."
As a child I used to enjoy singing patriotic songs. After I read the history of my country, I was without a nation.
As a child I used to enjoy visiting a temple of Ram and Sita. After I studied the criticism of the feminists, I was without my myths.
As a child I used to enjoy Star Trek. As I studied Film Theory and Jung, I recognized the archetypes and the montage, instead of Spock.
As an adolescent I used to cry over a girl. As I questioned my libido, and studied the very foundations of sex, I saw a woman as a biological machine, a fellow human being, a vehicle for her parents' genes. Nothing to cry about. And as I read Freud, Kinsey and Masters, I laughed about love and its neuroses.
The modern man can now laugh about everything. A man who gets outraged needs further education.
And now that there is internet, and google is digitizing all the books in the world, you don't even have to get up.