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Well, as I’ve written before, a little unplugging from time-to-time never hurt anyone. And, in addition, a new study by the Pew Research Center and the American Life Project has indicated that all of this Internet in our lives may not be good for us. Per the study:
Recently, I got the opportunity to review and try T-mobile’s Sonic 4G Mobile Hotspot. As someone who is always on the go, having a hotspot is a must, so I am all for trying something that helps me stay connected while traveling.
If you have an iPhone, Windows, Blackberry, or Android powered device, you probably use the standard browser that is already pre-installed on your device.
Skype is a web and mobile application that allows you to connect via video seamlessly and in real time. Skype also has a Group Video Calling feature that allows you to video chat with more than one person at the same time, with everyone being able to see and hear one another and be actively engaged.
When I am out and about, I hardly ever have my digital camera with me. Being a Digital Debutante means constantly being on the go, but doing so without a lot of “stuff”.
Without a doubt, everyone today uses technology. However, the way people use technology often differs, even amongst different ethnic groups. The digital divide between Blacks and other ethnic groups is very real. Several different groups have done research to identify how blacks use different forms of technology as opposed to other ethnic groups, including the Pew Research Center.
After some prodding from a few online friends whom I really respect, I looked into SOPA further and realized it was an issue I just couldn’t “ignore”. As someone who has been on the Internet for 14 plus years, I really value my rights and freedoms. I also make a living utilizing the Internet, so it’s important for me to be able to run my businesses without feeling like I am being impeded in any way.
There are only so many hours in the day, and lately, I have been burning the candle at both ends. Sometimes I wonder why I always set myself up for momentous tasks that always end up running me ragged.
I am not by any means stepping on a high horse, because trust me, I am guilty as charged. But what would life be without Facebook? What could we be doing with that 53 billion hours other than sitting on Facebook, refreshing our screens to see if anyone has liked our latest online manifesto?
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