I think we need to stop to make a close borders between social media and real life, because people who have all the social interactions with social media are just exception the majority of people have social interactions with real people but when they cannot they use social media for still have social interaction. And a lot of people are taking advantage of that opportunity one indication: a recent pew research survey of adults in the us found that 71% use facebook at least occasionally, and 45% of facebook users check the site several times a day.
Are you more or less connected since you started spending so much time on the internet i'm more connected to people i don't know i'm equally connected to the people i do know i'm less connected to myself the other day, i was watching arcade fire play at the outside lands music festival when i thought to myself: i wonder if michael sippey is here right now michael is one of many friends i've made on the internet. At this point i am concluding that technology has made younger people (and all of us) more passive and less able to deeply focus being proactive and taking initiative are two key creative skills, which are part of what i call the fluency competency of creativity, and deep focus and time to ourselves are also essential for creative thinking and output. Those who use social networking services are even less likely to rely on neighbors for family care, they are 39% less likely than other internet users, or 64% less likely than non-internet users, to rely on neighbors for help in caring for themselves or a family member.
Social isolation and new technology by keith hampton, lauren sessions goulet, » we confirm that americans’ discussion networks have shrunk by about a third since 1985 and have become less diverse because they contain fewer non-family members however, contrary to the considerable concern that people’s use of the internet and cell. In contrast, i think internet make people have less friends in the real life because they spend much more time interact with their online friends and less time interact with their friends in real life. People who read text studded with links, the studies show, comprehend less than those who read words printed on pages people who watch busy multimedia presentations remember less than those who take in information in a more sedate and focused manner. People used to need to go out with their friends to find out about their lives but now they can find out from their computer screen without any real human contact or conversation people no longer need to be able to communicate properly with others due to the fact that the internet is doing it for them.
The study found that the more time people spend on the internet, the less time they spend communicating with other people in particular, 27% of heavy internet users report spending less time talking to friends and family over the phone 15% report spending less time physically with friends and family, and 13% report spending less time attending events outside the house.
I dont think internet have make us less sociable, but make us more sociable in the sense that, if we can not go out to meet friends and love one, we can just login to skype or other chatting site for video chat and communicate face to face.
For example, if you have customized your quick access toolbar to have calc sheet, save, open to calculate sheet you would hit alt+1 , for save alt+2 , and for open alt+3 a lot of people are unaware of this useful function, and it’s a great time saver.
Has technology made the young more–or less–creative november 12, 2014 last week i gave a keynote talk to parents of a chicago suburban school district about creativity and education, arguing that helping kids be creative in a world needing innovation should be a top priority for them.
With the internet, it's a lot less likely i'll ask similar questions of myself dave pell is a san francisco based, web-addicted insider, investor and entrepreneur he has been blogging for more than a decade. With the spread of mobile technology, it’s become much easier for more people to maintain constant contact with their social networks online and a lot of people are taking advantage of that opportunity. In contrast, i think internet make people have less friends in the real life because they spend much more time interact with their online friends and less time interact with their friends in real life the highly development of internet indeed make people become more silence than before in real world. Asked to predict the future of the internet and how technology/the web will change over the next decade, hundreds of experts agree that trends now underway will make the internet more important even as it becomes less visible in daily life.