Why do I love Twitter and I can hardly endure Facebook?

In the last decade, I almost tried every new product on social media, but I consider myself two giants of this industry, Twitter and Facebook. Every time I open Twitter on a browser, I’m glad, while Facebook is “something” that I just hit once or twice a day with it, and I always deal with a bit of calm. I sat this week and thought why this is so!

Twitter is simply fun, great, and everything about the present. But the fact that I can not even get my twitter to look at the things I’ve been looking for on Twitter may be upsetting. There is almost everything right now. People who follow are people who know they work with me and live with me somehow, I’m not looking for singers and celebrities, so no one will meet them. Things that everyone talks about are the most jokes or things you laugh, or amazing things that you write or write about the current events.

There is no memory on Twitter; everything is short. Although this concept may be disconcerting for some (the lack of archiving, spray feelings), this means that content on my page is an endless stream of new information, or about what’s in the ” Now “or” about the future “. One of the reasons I liked the Internet when I first got it was that it was a clean island, a place where you can find everything without regard to your past as a new story of your life. That you can only talk about your own words, your own art and pictures and judge them.

When I have to register as a user on Facebook. They ask me about everything: How long have I been living since my birthday and where did I go to school and high school? Or I love the food and the videos. It seemed to me more like a crawling creature that was merely looking for personal information, but eventually an experience that began …

I just signed up to try it out, and then (after leaving a few times) I got into the programs I needed on Facebook, so I kept my account. After the initial rush to add a few personalities, over time, I felt strange, that after 8 years, only after I joined Facebook, my friends from an elementary or excellent degree with I called.

On Twitter, I have no idea who most people are, at what school and college they study, and when they arrive, they are the same in the dark. After you follow people, you’ll find out more about people and get published with their ideas and ideas.

On Facebook, half of the people in my friends list are defined by the university I was attending, even if it was 50 years old. Their place of attendance in posts, and in particular on their profile, as well as the date of their entire school period. However, the entire concept of the organization on Facebook already defines an individual as a “timeline”. The new approach to your life as a way to separate from the past, to represent others in the form that this person has formed, is not necessarily the best way to define yourself.

A group that already has friends and their thoughts, jokes, news and ideas that they share on Twitter every day, which I like very much. I know that the new information on Twitter, the enjoyment of interesting content to read, news and jack related to it. Twitter is a joyful stream that makes my life better. But Facebook is filled with news that is published in a document by friends and I have to see everyone.

It’s better to be honest, if I did not like Spotify, I never had the problem of how to deal with old friends and family on Facebook!

– It was a view from the perspective of a regular user 🙂 But I have to admit that Facebook is a Monster.

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This will be a good generation

Why do not our social media destroy us?

When people express concern about how our smartphones infect our youth, I’m laughing. The anxiety that the Internet is causing to worsen real human interaction is to remind that in the first decade of the revolution, many were worried that the video device would spoil the community. Let’s talk explicitly; it’s very clear that worrying about a cultural skip (hurting us as a community) always repeats the current process and continues to play again and again.

What’s happening in technology, culture, and society is only evolution. Technologies do not undermine real human interactions. Instead, they show people as they are. I’ve seen the 14-year-old girls take 10 minutes to get their best ideas, write it in Instagram, and then they want to continue this process. These superficial behaviours give rise to concern among specialists who think that technology can lead to such behaviours in adolescents. But this is what teenagers have always been trying to achieve, they are the favourite and the attention of their peers and others. Getting Selfie in Instagram is the same evolution.

Technology provides additional paths to carry out these behavioural trends that have always existed for us. We should not be sorry for the reason that a couple who are looking for their phones. For all of us, their phones provide a more productive, more productive way of delivering their attention than letting them go unnoticed or silent. Two people who do not like to see each other regardless of Instagram.

I know parents are worried that children do not know how virtual communities limit people’s ability and effectively lag behind their true society. They say interactions in Telegram or Instagram are “not real” and alienate children to the real world. I argue that children who do not have “no friends” at school can now join their friends through Telegram, Twitter and other social networks. It’s easier than ever to find a community with similar interests. Surely, the next generation of parents will hold meetings for their children on a regular basis in Instagram, Telegram and other virtual networks.

The problem is that we are afraid of everything we have not grown up with; that’s what humans react to. Each new media comes with a healthy fear that will destroy the latest achievement of the community. But the truth is that people are always looking for new ways to entertain, use media, and work together.

Our technology has not changed, it’s easy to engage in behaviours that we prefer to do anyway. Some families watched the TV at 60 when they talked to each other. Today, the families of this community are playing on their phones, and during their dinner, they tell their views about the image on Instagram. By no means can I tell you that your family should spend time on each other, but there is always something in every generation that wants to “give us as a community.” “You are pessimistic or optimistic about the subject that was discussed. But I’m totally optimistic because it’s only the evolution of society.