- Vanessa S
- United Kingdom
Student, London School of Economics and Political Science
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Are social networks consuming your life?
Do you feel overwhelmed by the explosion of social networks? Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Flickr...
I find that as I get more engaged with social networks, then more and more of my time is taken up by reading and responding to messages. This is time that I could be spending out with friends or family, or focusing on work/study.
What if there was a service which aggregates, prioritises and filters all your social networking information, so that you see only what you want to see?
What if this service goes a step further and actually responds and networks for you? At least for messages and connections which you designate as lower-priority. Does this take away the purpose of social networking?
The idea is to let you regain control over your life by managing your online persona. Interested to hear your thoughts.