Glue that mobile device to your hand a little tighter and get ready for the next generation of social networks you won’t be able to live without.
We’ve all been addicted to our social networks for so long now it can be difficult to remember what life was like before “Like” buttons. How would we function if our Facebook feeds, tweets, and Instagram photos suddenly disappeared?
As a New York City advertising creative director, Huffington Post contributor, and writer of not one, not two, but three different blogs, Marc Hartzman doesn’t just wear different hats. One of his talents, outside of writing, makes him capable of literally juggling hats. Read on for Marc’s connection to stereoviews, a bearded dragon, and a bearded lady.
Folks used to read books quite often before their free time was usurped by social network feeds. And by “free time,” I mean the 700 billion minutes a month spent on Facebook, which is supplemented by an average of 190 million tweets a day (according to statistics from July 9, 2014).
Stop scrolling through your social feed and reading about what people are watching on TV, chuckling at clever memes and laughing (out loud) at cats being hilarious. It’s draining your productivity. Just imagine what you could be accomplishing if you were doing something else. Here’s 17 ideas for you.