A recent report from the Wall Street Journal revealed that in the United States, the average American is spending more than 30 minutes a day on their smartphone. This amount may not sound like much, but when you consider that the average person spends about 17.5 hours a week on the screen, it’s actually a substantial chunk of time.
This is the third time in as many days that I’ve heard of the smartphone-killing trend. I thought I would jump on this bandwagon and go straight to the source, but I can’t help but think it is a symptom of a much bigger issue. I don’t think we should be spending as much time on our phones as we do. I think that the smartphone is a part of the problem, not the solution.
I think the problem is the same as with the computer. We are living longer and I think this is going to lead to a big increase in obesity, diabetes, and suicide. The problem is that the computer was designed to be a tool for doing something productive, and the smartphone is designed to be a tool for doing something destructive. I think the way to fix this is to allow people more time to have personal time instead of the time they get to use for entertainment.
The problem with time is that it’s a scarce resource. Most people live in a constant state of flux. When our society got off the grid, we went from a society where people had a defined amount of money to one where people could spend it as much as they wanted. As a result, the amount of time we have to live has dramatically decreased.
The fact that our society is constantly frittering away our finite amount of time is a huge problem. With more time, we can either do more, do things that we love, or do things that are important. If we don’t spend it wisely, it is very difficult to have the freedom that comes with being able to have a life that is truly meaningful.
As a result, our society is slowly disappearing, as people are no longer incentivized to have a clear and defined amount of money to spend in one place. We’ve become a society where the majority of people live paycheck to paycheck, and not much of our time is spent doing anything that is really important or that has any meaning. There is very little time in our lives for anything other than work and eating and sleeping.
A new development in the ongoing revolution in the workplace is that most of the money that people are working in is now spent doing things that are completely pointless. The internet has made it possible for people to communicate with each other at every level of the hierarchy. One example of this is free social media sites like youtube, facebook, twitter, and countless others.
This is a good time to point out that it’s more efficient and effective to use this time to do things that add value to the company’s mission. People spend their time on social media because they’re bored and have nothing better to do. They’re spending their time doing things that help the company’s mission, like posting content that helps them meet more people, or learning how to code by watching youtube videos.
The problem is that the number of people on social media is growing quickly, and the companies are slowly losing the benefit of that time. Theyre having to spend money on promotions and ad campaigns that aren’t going to bring in the same number of people as they were before. It makes it much harder for them to increase their numbers at a high enough rate to be able to pay for the time spent.
Another problem is that social media is becoming more and more like a “lunch meeting” where the company cant afford to spend time talking to each person in the meeting, plus a lot of the time the person theyre talking to isnt even interested in talking to them. It’s basically like a form of “business casual” at work, where youre trying to get something done rather than chatting about work or meeting people in the lunch break.