If you were restricted to 1 hour of internet a day, what would you use it for?
Recently my computer crashed and I went to my local library to use theirs, and was only allowed 1 hour a day, so I'm interested to see what others would have done with their hour!
Well personally I'd try and even it out like this:
Google+ and articles that interest me: 20 mins
Facebook : 5 mins
News headlines: 5 mins
Emails etc.: 10 mins
Adding a new hub (content created offline): 10 mins
Online Banking (just to check balance etc.): 5 mins
Stumble Upon: 5 mins
Really got me thinking! If I was limited to an hour I think I'd actually be a lot more productive, both within my hour online and my offline hours!
I think I'd spend 59 minutes looking at porn... and the other minute checking here on Hub Pages to see who has looked at this submittal.....
Check and return email, check hubpages, and a group I belong to at Sparkpeople.com. Also if any time was left I would order the things I have set aside at Amazon.
It depends on what my goals are when using the computer. Back in the days when I don't a personal PC at home, I have to list the things I have to do when I go to a computer shop to accomplish those things as fast and as efficient as possible.
With that, I get my time and money spent well.
1. Log in to my email and reply to messages, if any;
2. Log in to HubPages and browse;
3. Comment on news articles and opinions online; and lastly
4. Learn a new magic trick from Youtube
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