Today entry was triggered when I bumped into this entry Finding Happiness Online. I found it interesting to talk about, nice one for me. Which arouse for millions that weaving the Web 2.0 reshaping their social fabrications – its worth to ask.
Personally said as a blogger and online community’s member, its vastly affect me this last 3 years. I gain and lost friends, acquaintances, prospects and many more. Its true that social interaction is a driver for happiness, and the Web 2.0 is a valid way to experience it – well at least for me.
What concern me is how to make full command staying in control. How to make sure that we have full control of our Internet life? What kind of limitations that we have to build up within such environment toward fitting ourselves in? Ignoring the latter is a possible sign of Internet addiction, a growing problem in many parts of the world.
For me being online most of my rest hour might not label out by normal person as resting, but this is how I find my leisure within personal cube and time of mine. Its been 3 years of blogging and can tell that i’m addicted with Internet – frankly said more into other things than finding happiness, unless you might want to stake that eagerness of being heard can be state as equal as happiness? I want to be heard while making personal benchmark.
But perhaps even healthy Internet users get “addicted” — and are aware of it — to at least some degree. I hope that its not me .