Something I Noticed About Technology — My Own Friendly Reminder of What I Didn’t Know I Already Have

Everyday Technology Is The Piece of Luxury That Is Ignored and Often Taken for Granted As of The 21st Century

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My everyday mobile device usage

  • I’m communicating with AI-based services, in this case, it’s a voice assistant. I do it for multi-tasking, rapid communicating, event or reminder entry onto my calendar, and all sorts of other stuff, etc.
  • It became faster to share my plans with others and take care of small tasks while I’m walking or busy doing the dishes.
  • I check messages on Whatsapp as, of now, it’s my major tunnel of communicating and reaching out to people. This includes future business partners, distant family members, etc.
  • I also meditate a lot using a meditation app called Medito. I’m doing this regularly and I’m also using different meditations with YouTube’s help. It’s good to have all these choices.
  • Social media is taking less time off of my day. I usually have 1-hour max of mixed social media platforms like Twitter, Facebook, Instagram.. (mainly to document my process, engage with the community, and share good content I found or else I made).

Here are some statistics on mobile phone usage across the planet presented by Leftronic.

  • 5.13 billion is the exact number of people who own mobile devices. That is 66.5% of the world’s population.
  • In contrast, 2.71 billion people own a smartphone, so that’s 35.13% of people
  • There still exists one portion who have not yet joined this gang (as it usually happens), their numbers are 2.4 billion. These people will definitely pick up someday, but who knows when?
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