. . screenagers.
New to me.
Here we are, screenagers. Their screen-centric devices have become appendages they cannot live without, their dependency on real-time consumption, constant connectivity and an ever-expanding universe of expectations just grows, their digital maturity reaching new and higher levels. Get used to it!
Not only are there ever-more digital consumers, but more consumers own multiple smart devices. This is creating new digital services and experiences, and generating more business opportunities across every industry, age group and facet of human life.
On 2016/04/21 08:08, Rita Sawtell wrote:
Oh, next is worse: Headsets for 3D virtual reality.
Its getting bigger and bigger.
Would you really walk around with one of those on your head?
Doesn’t matter what WE would do – we’re gonna have to get used to it. Soon millions of screenagers will be doing just that. And people will be longing for the days when they thought them looking down at a screen was annoying!
You’ll say “Let’s go to the Kruger Park for the holidays” and they’ll say “Nah! Went yesterday and saw it all”. And they WILL HAVE! They’ll have seen – and even “experienced” – far more than you could hope to see in one trip.
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I think this is why dying is not as bad as its made out to be. After a while you’re just READY for it!
You made me laugh out loud! That’s hysterical. We have nothing to look forward to – except death.