When our access to media has never been greater, how do you prioritize/filter it down?
My cell phone is ringing, Skype just chimed in, my Tivo is full, my Netflix disks are gathering...dust, my unplayed video game pile is growing, my twitter feeds are too long, my facebook notifications are huge,my kindle is full of books I'll never have time to read, I don't even have time to browse through my whole RSS feed, and I've never once had the time to read through that damned HubPages newsletter...
In a time when our access to media and communication has never been greater, how do you prioritize/filter down to the stuff that actually matters to you?
Choose what is most important to you...and go from there.
I choose very specific sites and tools and stick with them. It is much like when I go into a bakery. I can't eat everything, so I choose one really tasty treat. Just because there are things available does not mean I need to partake in all of them.
I like to develop a few things deeply, growing meaningful relationships, rather than going an inch deep and a mile wide so to speak. Hub pages is one site I have found to be most satisfying
Limiting myself in this way affords me adequate time for each.
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