Tech Thursday – A taste of things to come

Good evening folks and welcome to another edition of Tech Thursday on Jabber Log! I know it’s late and I have about 45 minutes before it’s Friday but I wanted to get this in either way. I had planned on typing up a rather detailed post on this week’s topic but I thought I would save it for episode two of the JCast that will be recorded tomorrow evening. The topic is going to be based on how connected we are to the Internet and our smartphones. Now don’t get me wrong here. I am in no way saying that people shouldn’t be connected because that would make me a hypocrite. I am one of the most connected people out there but the information I found is very interesting and it all makes sense. It just amazes me and for right now I am going to provide an infographic, courtesy of Infographipedia.com. It shows some stats on what people do when they first wake up in reference to their phone and even what they do while on the toilet.

When I read over the infographic I had to laugh because a lot of what’s mentioned are things I do with my phone. Another part of the conversation will deal with an article I read in Newsweek. It also revolves around the topic of being connected and how it almost destroyed a man named Jason Russell. Do you remember who he is? I’m sure you remember the YouTube video that went viral back in March concerning “Kony 2012” but if you don’t, this video was a Web documentary about the African warlord Joseph Kony, according to Newsweek. It blew up over YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and other social media outlets and turned Russell into an overnight Internet star. The result is hard to believe but it can happen. I’d go further but in order to find out exactly what happened you’ll have to stay tuned for episode two of the JCast. I’m sure you can do your own research on it but then you wouldn’t get the same discussion and insight that you would if you tuned in to our podcast. I hope everyone has a great night and keep listening and reading! We have a lot more to come and we are already building a fan base so keep it coming and spread the word!

Source: infographipedia.com


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