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Today’s technology can be complex, especially when it comes to communication and the interaction it offers between people.
Now this would be my first mistake: I should have introduced myself right at the beginning. I should have talked to the guy who had my phone number, I should have shown him a photo of my face, and I should have tried to get a hold of my parents.
Don’t worry, these are my own errors, not a fault of any one of us. We all have our own quirks and we all make the same mistakes. If you ask me, I should have tried to get a hold of my parents the first time I found out I was an adult. I should have tried to talk to the guy who had my number.
We all make the same mistakes. Our mistakes are not unique to us. It’s just that we’ve all done it at some point. I’m sure you’ve at least scratched your own head about it, or have a go at it on your own. Why didn’t you try to get a hold of your parents first? Because you might have been able to.
Sometimes when we talk about our mistakes we think its a big deal, but its more like its a bad habit that we need to get rid of. We know it’s a bad habit because it’s a habit. When we do a bad habit, we don’t care if we do it all the time or just a little bit.
Our brains have a tendency to be too intelligent and analytical, and not necessarily with a good reason. Thats why our mistakes are so frustrating. We get so caught up in our thinking and in what we’ve accomplished that we forget to do something else, something that is not that important. Even if our mistakes were not the result of bad habits, our brain would still be too intelligent and analytical for our habits; our brain would still do them by default.
Here is an example. One of my favorite movies of all time is The Matrix. I’ve never seen this movie in a theater, but I’ve seen them a hundred times on YouTube and have never missed an episode. I watch them when I’m really stressed about something, and I’m always surprised at how well the movie actually works. I’ve had to do a lot of work on that movie lately, and I’ve never gotten so bored and annoyed by the same things over and over again.
It seems that the internet has made us less aware of the fact that we do things by default. Think about it. When you watch a video on YouTube, the video plays. But we dont think about the fact that we see the video play, because that would be a really annoying thing to have to think about. We just use our brain and do what it does by default.
A recent study found that we spend an average of five and a half hours on the internet daily… and for the first time EVER, we are just as bored and annoyed that we just do one thing by default. This new study found that we spend half of our time on the internet just going online for internet and the other half of our time just having fun. If this means that we will never be bored or annoyed again, then thats a good thing.