John O’Hurley takes a gamble on a new tech tool that proves you’re human – even if you think you are not
This year has been a landmark in Britain’s history as we’ve welcomed the queen and we’ve gone to the polls.
And with all this history behind us, it’s time to go back into the future and look forward to the year ahead.
It’s a new year, and a new decade – and a new decade can already feel a million miles away.
So, I want to talk about a new technology that’s quietly but surely changing our lives, and it’s called the social media.
Not Facebook and Twitter, but social media.
It’s not just Facebook and Twitter, it’s more than that.
It’s a new technology that’s quietly but surely changing our lives, and it’s called social media.
The idea of social media has been around since the invention of the computer and the internet, but we’ve only really noticed it recently because of its growing influence and the changes it’s bringing.
So how does it work?
Well, it works – if you’re using it right.
There are two ways you can use social media, or social networking.
When we’re talking about social media, we’re talking about social networking.
The first way you could use social media is in a passive way.
The way it works is that you post a status update – an update about what’s going on in your life, as if you’re talking to someone on the phone.
If you go on twitter, or to Facebook, or to any of the other social media sites, it’ll take you to a page, and it will give you the update that will be posted on that specific day.
In a passive way you don’t do anything to create the content of the post.
You don’t put your thoughts out there, you don’t talk about your problems, or your triumphs, and you don’t make people laugh or cry.
You just look like you’re having a good day