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Internet Beyond Social Media

Is Social Media getting too much attention? Are we using the full potential of the Internet? What are you using the Internet for?
These and many other questions will be the topic for my live stream Wednesday, April 7 at 9:30 PM CST at PixelPia on YouTube and you are all invited to be a part of the discussion.

I have done an inventory of my own use of the internet for a few days and read some very interesting articles about how the internet is used, and you might, just like I, be surprised when you look closer at your own usage of the internet.

Overview

In this upcoming live stream, I will focus on a general overview of all things the internet has to offer, and in future episodes, I will take a deeper look at the different sections. To make this make some kind of sense I have divided my use of the internet into several sections, and those are (in no particular order);

Entertainment

This includes among many other things listening to podcasts, watching movies, and playing games.

Entertainment

Learning

Things like courses, tutorials, articles, etc will be within this section.

Learning

Money

Here I have included things like shopping, paying bills, and banking, but there is much more.

Money

Organize

This is where I place my online calendars, writing lists, and taking notes.

Organize

Communicate

The biggest in this section is of course email, but it is not the only form of communication.

Communicate

Miscellaneous

This is everything else that didn’t fit into any other section like weather and maps for example.

Miscellaneous

Hope you will be part of the discussion

I really hope to see you in my live stream. And if you are interested in upcoming stream topics and maybe even be a part of a stream as my guest I have a public calendar.
My hope is that these Wednesday live streams will be a place where we can discuss anything that has to do with social media and the internet in a friendly atmosphere, share experiences and improve our knowledge. I also think of these streams as a way to get to know each other better and a way for me to better understand the needs of my audience, and make the best content possible in my tutorials.