How familiar have we gotten with this symbol, and many others. Do we wait for buffering to end more than experiences the world around us?
The most powerful tool on the internet. I myself have been slave to it many times. The idea of the 'google' generation is now more evident than ever. I go to google for advice even before my own mother or spouse.
The constant competition between different blog-able websites. It seems to come down the personal preference. Me? I prefer blogger, simply for the ability to alter more CSS, however Wordpress has ease of use and is more user friendly for beginners.
Perhaps the more elegant version of tumblr or instagram. My preferred method of visual stimulus, however it is reportedly struggling to capture the selfie generation. This constant need for instant digital reaction is astounding.
Too many choices, so many ways to communicate
The sheer amount of ways we can log in and be a part of something. The information we can gather from just being 'online'.
Twitter - perhaps the most succinct of social media. Limited space - making the most of our words. The fastest way to communicate.
The success of snapchat is partially the ease and simplicity of it. The gimmick - perhaps the limited availability. Does this make it more addictive? Most likely. Another needless way of connecting to one another? Yes. But an interesting take on being constantly linked to the digital world.