Sometimes just scrolling by something without commenting on it is the best thing you can do for your mental health and stuff like that.
Is it ironic to criticize the Internet for being too critical? Just asking.
The Internet has some strange stuff.
I really need to get away from cable news. The election is over and perhaps more fiction and news from regular people would do me some good.
Right now I am doing some pretty heavy reading for my religious studies class so I don’t have it in me for more reading. Blogs are an exception to that rule though.
However, I am binging some sci-fi, fantasy and a little juicy romance on some streaming services so there is some balance there. I also watch stuff on regular TV. I guess anything you can do to provide a diversion in the days we live in at the moment.
Storytelling can be as basic as sharing a tale around a dinner table or in front of a roaring fire. It can be as complex as an app on your computer or phone with all its bells and whistles. It’s my philosophy that the more something does the less good it is at performing any one task well and that goes for websites and apps like Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and even WordPress. Maybe the basics where its about text, images, videos and audio presented simply can get the point across. Innovation is great but when it makes sense and can be of help to the end user. You know, there is such a thing as too much flash and awe.
The Internet is nothing but rumblings.Leva Bates, Professional Wrestler of All Elite Wrestling
YouTube is a great place on the web but like anything you see on the Web you have to take with a grain of salt. In this time of pandemic you have to do your research and not let a video tell you something that might require more information. What we want to be true might not be what is factual. Be wary my friends. Accuracy is the difference in life and death these days.
In the light of all the Coronavirus and COVID19 stuff, staying home is not a bad idea. Be safe if you are going out to do stuff today. Be well, my friends.