"Social media is truly everywhere in people's lives," said NM Incite Vice President of Social media Solutions, Deirdre Bannon. "It is so ingrained and has touched every facet of everything we do all day long. We are literally taking our phones with us to the bathroom and connecting on social media."
“They are tapping into that exponentially broader universe to get information about products, events and brands. It has both the social component, as well as the informational aspect,” Bannon said.
I used to be one of those people who was never going to get a smartphone. Now I've completely forgotten how I ever lived without it.
Which is why I never use mine.Like all these things, they can become an addiction. When a friend went into a panic over losing his phone, I then and there I would never start.I have an Iphone, but I only use it for Iheart radio/pandora and I take it with me in the truck, but never turn it on.Personally I hate being interrupted unless it's an emergency, there just ibsn't anything so pressing in my life, that they can't leave me a message at home.I guess I just became my dad.
It took me twenty year to teach my wife that.
Yeah, once you fall into the trap, there's no getting out till you die.If it's really really important, write it down, stick it in an envelope and stick a stamp on it, I'll get it.
LOL I only go to the post office about once every two or three months. Our State Patrol tells me I can not have a drivers license if I don't have a mail box. The State Patrol tell me that my fiscale address does not exist LOL UPS has no problems finding my fiscale address at all.
I'd bet GPS or google earth could find you as well.I moved here to get the Hell away from people, I really didn't even want a physical address, but the lady at the county office said "How else are they going to find you to give you a tax bill"?I said, I see you missed my point.