Tuesday, November 29, 2011
I have a confession to make. It is true, I am not always working on something important or updating my blogs whenever you will see me in front of my computer and going online. And thanks to the advent of a number of social networking sites, my online life which originally was limited to blogging, keeping abreast with the current events here by reading online broadsheets and newspaper, has somewhat taken a life all its own that there are just countless ways to entertain myself whenever I go online. Leaving me with one too many choices and innumerable things to try and discover. Just like when one of my friends confided that playing online bingo is fun, so who knows I might just try that out one of these days, too!
Thanks to modern day technology, I can now have accessible and inexpensive entertainment right in the comfort and safety of my living room (or depending on where you have got the computer stationed, or if you are using a laptop, you can simply have access anywhere in your house). I can now watch the newest films or the latest TV hit series with just a click of a button. I can also have access to a thousand of books that are also shared online in e-book forms (though I only read once in a blue moon). And, as if all those are not enough, I can always give one of those online interactive games a go. Maybe I can pretend to be a chef for a bit or an angry bird concentrating to hit those pesky pigs, or a warrior in one of those adventure games. Possibilities suddenly became endless and the only limit I can have is my own imagination.
And since the Christmas holidays is fast approaching, I can also catch up on my relatives back home free of charge with the use of online sites that offer services of this kind for free. Truly, the internet and the world wide web is one of the best inventions of our modern times, and I bet you all agree!
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