Though these social networking sites: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Blogger, connect us with people from the remotest corners of the world, giving us news and views instantly, they are also a huge drain on our time. We are so addicted to these sites that we constantly browse through them to see what has happened since the last time we were online.
I have become pretty active on Twitter and trust me when I say this, time flies while I am online. I click on a link shared by an agent or a writer, read the article, go on to read a few more similar articles, and before you know it, sixty minutes have flown past, maybe more.
And with smart phones, things are pretty easy. I don’t even have to switch on my laptop to check anything. I wonder whether our lives will ever remain the same. Will we ever be able to manage without our smartphones and our presence on all these sites. We all can successfully divide our lives into before and after the social-networking sites.
How much time do you all spend online? Do you have an account on all the sites?
P.S. As many of my blog buddies are doing the A to Z Challenge, I am keeping my post short.