Next, we will discuss the reasons why men and women are currently using Internet and social media.Finally, we will discuss what impact social media have had on politics, political dissent, education, and men’s and women’s relationships—and the impact they might be expected to have in future years.I have very mixed feelings about the whole thing – it’ll be nice to be able to go to my own kitchen for lunch, or go water my garden on my break, but I’ll miss interacting with coworkers and it’s actually not a reduction in commute since I live close to the office and still have to leave the house to take my one-year-old to daycare anyway (spouse can’t do it, his work schedule is too weird).But I’m probably just going to avoid that and hang out with the kid instead.
On occasion we wrote to the authors themselves, asking if they had done more work or knew of more work on this topic that had not appeared on our list.
I should really spend some time planning my home office setup, because my employer is, among other things, vacating my entire office building and switching us all to work from home.
No word yet on what to do if some client refuses to enter the digital age and insists on sending necessary documents in hard copy via the US postal service.
A little more than 50% of the Middle Eastern population can now tune into to the Web.
Not surprisingly, the use of the Web and social media is especially common among wealthy, young, college educated Middle Easterners.