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Hoy aprendí que… (359/360)

Una computadora con internet puede absorver todo mi día, y al final puede que ni haya salido a la calle por eso.

En las previas 3 semanas, no tuve internet, por lo tanto no había caso usar la computadora más que para trabajar, pero ni siquiera podía mandar los archivos de mis avances de proyecto (hubiera tenido que ir a un ciber para imprimir o mandar algún archivo). Sólo contaba con el 3G de mi teléfono, el cual es bueno para cosas rapiditas (leer mails, mandar whatsappazos a la familia, meterte a la infinidad de redes sociales: twitter, fb, 4sq, instagram, getGlue, path, etc…) pero ni siquiera para poder tener una conversación decente por skype o entrar a sitios con versión completa, no sólo la móvil… Así que obvio cuando finalmente instalaron internet y pude navegar… pffff, por poco y me quedo encerrada tratando de ponerme al día con mi blog, con los jueguitos en línea, mandando archivos de proyectos, etc…

Así que coincidió que encontré este test, lo contesté y según mi resultado:


You are not someone whose life is run by gadgets, nor are you defined by them. You have never, for example, bowed to pressure to be seen with the latest smartphone. But over the past few years you have taken to sending texts rather than phoning and to emailing rather than popping in to a colleague’s office (so as not to disturb the person with whom you need to communicate). If possible, you prefer to send a series of emails rather than attend long meetings. As a result, you have less face-to-face interaction than before with your colleagues and friends. You are always there when there is last-minute work to be done, or when a friend emails in need of your support, which means you spend a lot of time in front of the screen without necessarily having planned to do so. You enjoy new technology – it’s useful and fun – and you don’t think you’re overinvested in it. You will be back on the computer again when you need to be, whether for work or for personal reasons, but you wouldn’t while away time there unnecessarily. Avenues to explore: Maintain your balanced attitude to technology by keeping it within its domain – it’s a tool and nothing more. You have adapted well to the latest advances and can afford to resist pressure from your social circle, or work, to use technology more than you feel comfortable with. Space out your use of the computer. If you use it extensively during working hours, make time for yourself away from the screen.

 Pues aún estoy preocupada por el montón de tiempo que dedico a internet por el simple hecho de que “casi todo” está al alcance de un “click”.

Test en revista Pshychologies



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