Considering the video is dated May 1st, I went looking for updates and found this page. Of particular interest to me was a video in one of the entries, is after the jump:
The full story is here, but the video provides a nice summary.
I’m still not sold that the internet is all bad, though it does put a lot of temptation in an easily-accessed location. However, one of the statements made by Eytan Kobre of Mishpacha Jewish Family Weekly in reference to social networking sites has me thinking:
…are they turning me into something that I don’t realize?
Being old enough to remember life pre-internet (I got my first email address from my college in my sophomore year, and had no clue why they thought I needed it), I can say it has changed me. The point to assess from here is whether or not those changes are good. I’ll let you know what I come up with, though, at the very least, I’m going to try setting time limits for my online time each day. Maybe I should check out this sunlight thing all the
kids older people are talking about.