This is NOT a question for those having to live with very negative impact of social media, like cyber-bullying, but rather for those who use and like using social media.
For lots of people, when they look back on their life, the past year, season, even month or week, they have to think about where the time all went because of how busy they were. Social media doesn’t help that, taking up lots of time, possibly taking away time for those who can’t manage their time well with social media usage. A lot of social media usage is also in the moment, being fleeting memories, at best.
So I wonder if when those active users look back upon some segments of their lives, whether as a whole, a year, or whatever, if life will seem to have gone by faster? They’ll need experience with a time when social media wasn’t in their life to compare, I suppose, but maybe we’ll hear lots about those heavy users wondering where their life went one day, en masse, all of a sudden.
We’ll just to wait and find out, I suppose. Something to think about, though.
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