We live in such a connected world these days. I’m old enough to remember that when I wanted to go online, it meant that I had to head off to a cybercafe (which was literally a cafe serving coffee, with computers connected to the internet, not the seedy joints with zombie gamers/punters) and hand over a sackful of cash for 15 precious minutes on the internet where I first had to listen to the squealing of the modem as it made its attempts to establish a connection.
These days, we all have mobile data on our phones which are essentially mini computers, free wifi in most places, and high-speed broadband at home. Well, relatively speaking. It’ll be unthinkable not to, and a disaster to check in to a hotel to discover there’s no free wifi. What?! (Well, most do these days – it’ll be suicide not to provide it! 😀 )
But do you ever feel like there’s just too much going on online, that leaves you, the consumer, feeling overwhelmed? Yes? No? Just me? 😛