I would live pretty well, because 60% of the day I'm busy with social. networks (here too). But it would be a big loss for large companies and for people who actually work in narrow circles.
We would have lived better. Please note that all creators of computers, operating systems, social networks do not allow their children to use these things for a long time. Wouldn't a good shoemaker let his family wear the boots he designed? The creators of social networks themselves say that their brainchildren only harmed society.
Great, I would be very happy! Now my friends, relatives and acquaintances find out about my news through the inst and YouTube channel. And before the advent of social networks, I met with everyone in person and talked and listened one-on-one.
Unfortunately, social networks made our communication people too superficial.
For example, this year I went on vacation to Gelendzhik - I shot a video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pCRHoQoa0zE. If there was no YouTube, then I could personally meet with everyone. And now there's nothing to even talk about)
At the moment, I ask questions and answer others myself - only in Yandex.Q. I wish Yandex.Q every success! I have been on the social network for retirees Maxpark for a long time.
Bad, considering the convenience of information exchange.
But if we consider the social component, then no problem at all, you need to communicate live and smile with your mouth, not emoticons;)
I already live in this mode. What I mean? And the fact that it is not registered in any social network. Nowhere. And he didn't try to register. I'm not interested in this. I already have something to do. But my phone is not torn from any "left" calls, since my phone number does not appear on the network. I don’t need to waste time watching ... I don’t know who and what and where is watching. No need to waste time commenting on anything. No need to worry about any grades, likes, and other things that always get out of my wife, who has constant problems and now eternal showdowns with her now numerous girlfriends, whom she acquired on the internet. They are there almost permanently find out who, what and how said on this or that occasion, and what actually was meant. So if social networks disappear, I won't notice it.
Earlier, maybe six months ago, I was registered with VK. And at that time I would answer that I would have lived fine without him) It seemed to me that it was worth leaving there, free time would immediately appear and everything would be a bunch. Nifiga. Withdrawn. Now I am wasting time on other even more unnecessary items. And social networks are very convenient, they just drag out, and this is their whole minus. Indeed, it makes it easier to agree on something, keep in touch, buy something through VK from other users.
And so, in the end, I live normally without social networks. In fb 1 friend, just a beloved, the rest do not know that I am there.
VK again, no matter what, I would not register)
but what would change for me?)) I may not understand something, but personally I don’t spend a lot of time on the networks.
Without the Internet itself, it’ll be bad for me, because there I have the work is half placed, and I am having fun here and movies and books, etc.
and social networks ... they are like my phone book)
Social networks are often accused of simply wasting our time, interfering with work, but I believe that without social networks, all of us will very badly , and those who are sure of their interference , they simply want to either justify their own unproductiveness, or blame others, comparing them to their beauty.
Firstly, a social network is a way of exchanging information that will be stored on reliable servers and which you can access at any time. These are meeting agreements, and notifications about changes in schedules, and much more. Plus, it does not violate a person's personal space, leaving him time to think and respond when he pleases. In our time, it is very important to value the right of every person to a certain public self-isolation.
Secondly, many people mistakenly say that social networks litter our brain with "unnecessary memes" and other unimportant information, which, yes, "interferes with work and progress in life." And now I have a whole list of questions for such individuals: 1) What do you consider "important" information and why should your opinion be the most respected? 2) Why do you bother with the lives of people who , yes, they love this unnecessary information, are not very interested in career growth and generally have other preferences in life? Why do you impose something on them, what right do you have? I am very annoyed with such personalities, because I would be unpleasant if some "successful start-up" would teach me how to live. I have my own life, he has his own. I have my own circle of interests, he has his own. So don't let it go!
In general, something like that.
Bad. Social networking is a huge time saver. Of course, they have drawbacks: they are protracted, often show too much rubbish, and do not show what I would be really interested in. But at the same time, they allow you to save time on many other things. When I signed up on Facebook, I wanted to be able to find those people with whom I lost contact. Today it has grown into an opportunity to maintain contact with these people. Or, at least, to follow their lives. But this is a trifle compared to what is really the strength of the same Facebook or Telegram.
I don't have to register on many sites. This completely disappeared, along with remembering all the sites on which I registered, remembering logins and passwords. Just one or two clicks between me and my personal account on a specific site, without the need to fill out a bunch of unnecessary forms to anyone.
I have the opportunity to follow many bloggers, journalists and just interesting people from one place. Before Facebook, there were decisions, after that there will be others. Some are worse, others are better. But for now, it is Facebook that gives this opportunity.
On the other hand, there is a lot of cool and necessary in them, but the desire to force yourself to watch cool and necessary, and not idiotic memes, is extremely small. Although, with my level of ability to stick to bullshit, I would have been found in three days with a full set of dolphins in an online game and it seems to me that I am not the only one. So it may be for the best that all kinds of contacts still exist. I subscribed once to a smart public and you see occasionally his posts in the river of laughter. Already something