Social media is portrayed and often dismissed as the insipid hobby of younger generations
Many people talk about negativity launched online and taking obscure views on social networking sites. So this week we wanted to take the opportunity to focus on just some of the most positive uses of the internet.
While it may be very convenient to sign up for cat newsletters and let them know when these really good sneakers came back in stock. There are many other beneficial and potentially life changing things that you can sign up for online. The internet has made it much easier to get involved with charitable causes. In a few clicks you can register with some large organisations; You can sign up to donate blood here and also sign up for registration which helps to donate patients with blood cancer … A good cause and everything you do used the internet. Yes even social media. These things are very positive.
Continuing the theme of the lists; The rise and success of online petitions has been instrumental in enabling us to speak for what we believe. Never before has it been so easy for us, as a society, to learn about the issues, to unite and unite to try to make a difference. By organising support and facilitating a collective expression of opinion, we can help people (and animals, environments, etc.) around the world who need others to speak for them.
It’s easy to lose sight of what we have when people are concentrating on each other. But do not let that overshadow the incredible opportunities that we are offered by the technology we are fortunate enough to have. By using the Internet to its full potential, we are connecting people and causes, and learning more about our world as a whole – as well as having fun. Not everything has to be taken seriously all the time! We will still write about everything because we do not think it frivolous or childlike to get happiness where you find it in life. We all deal with our own problems and, you know, sometimes small pictures of animals, flowers etc … make us happy.
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