It’s a bit crazy how these present times suggested dual citizenship to people – your local citizenship plus your netizenship. With the introduction of social media, it paved the way for a faster communication and interaction for people all over the world. It served as a gateway for people of different background and culture to network and for loved ones in different places get connected in real time.
Whether you are from Generation X, Y or Z, have you ever thought what social media mean to you?
Have you ever considered yourself a social media baby, too?
Here is a checklist. Let’s see.
1. You have at least three (3) social media accounts. Aside from your precious e-mail account, you own not less than three among the popular social media accounts – Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, LinkedIn , Google+, Tumblr, Youtube, etc.
2. You own a camera phone or smart phone. Your phone isn’t only meant for calls and texts, you have to have the latest phone with the best camera and right photo/video editing app to capture the food you eat, the places you go, the people you’re with and your daily activities.
Your phone has instant messaging apps, too, to ensure you are connected to your friends and loved ones 24/7. You’d rather chat or do video call than texting.
3. You own a selfie stick (and, maybe a drone). You understand the worth of selfie stick on your activities and trips. You definitely need it in finding the best angle to capture that perfect moment, even when you’re alone.
After all, you are doing the whole world a favor by showing them that you are doing just fine through that perfect photo.
4. You can’t let a day go by without posting anything on your social media accounts. As you open your eyes in the morning, you immediately grab hold of your phone to check for updates, to know who liked and commented on your previous posts, and then start to wonder again what to post for the day.
Before you sleep at night, you can’t help but check you social media accounts again to know what your thousands of friends are up to, or you post another status to let them know of your current state and thoughts.
5. To be in a place without internet feels like #forever. You, definitely, wouldn’t want to be in an area without internet. And when you are, the world suddenly stops and becomes silent.

It’s a bit crazy how these present times suggested dual citizenship to people – your local citizenship plus your netizenship. With the introduction of social media, it paved the way for a faster communication and interaction for people all over the world. It served as a gateway for people of different background and culture to network and for loved ones in different places get connected in real time.
Whether you are from Generation X, Y or Z, have you ever thought what social media mean to you?
Have you ever considered yourself a social media baby, too?
Here is a checklist. Let’s see.
1. You have at least three (3) social media accounts. Aside from your precious e-mail account, you own not less than three among the popular social media accounts – Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, LinkedIn , Google+, Tumblr, Youtube, etc.
2. You own a camera phone or smart phone. Your phone isn’t only meant for calls and texts, you have to have the latest phone with the best camera and right photo/video editing app to capture the food you eat, the places you go, the people you’re with and your daily activities.
Your phone has instant messaging apps, too, to ensure you are connected to your friends and loved ones 24/7. You’d rather chat or do video call than texting.
3. You own a selfie stick (and, maybe a drone). You understand the worth of selfie stick on your activities and trips. You definitely need it in finding the best angle to capture that perfect moment, even when you’re alone.
After all, you are doing the whole world a favor by showing them that you are doing just fine through that perfect photo.
4. You can’t let a day go by without posting anything on your social media accounts. As you open your eyes in the morning, you immediately grab hold of your phone to check for updates, to know who liked and commented on your previous posts, and then start to wonder again what to post for the day.
Before you sleep at night, you can’t help but check you social media accounts again to know what your thousands of friends are up to, or you post another status to let them know of your current state and thoughts.
5. To be in a place without internet feels like #forever. You, definitely, wouldn’t want to be in an area without internet. And when you are, the world suddenly stops and becomes silent.

to people – your local citizenship plus your netizenship. With the introduction of social media, it paved the way for a faster communication and interaction for people all over the world. It served as a gateway for people of different background and culture to network and for loved ones in different places get connected in real time.
Whether you are from Generation X, Y or Z, have you ever thought what social media mean to you?
Have you ever considered yourself a social media baby, too?
Here is a checklist. Let’s see.
1. You have at least three (3) social media accounts. Aside from your precious e-mail account, you own not less than three among the popular social media accounts – Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, LinkedIn , Google+, Tumblr, Youtube, etc.
2. You own a camera phone or smart phone. Your phone isn’t only meant for calls and texts, you have to have the latest phone with the best camera and right photo/video editing app to capture the food you eat, the places you go, the people you’re with and your daily activities.
Your phone has instant messaging apps, too, to ensure you are connected to your friends and loved ones 24/7. You’d rather chat or do video call than texting.
3. You own a selfie stick (and, maybe a drone). You understand the worth of selfie stick on your activities and trips. You definitely need it in finding the best angle to capture that perfect moment, even when you’re alone.
After all, you are doing the whole world a favor by showing them that you are doing just fine through that perfect photo.
4. You can’t let a day go by without posting anything on your social media accounts. As you open your eyes in the morning, you immediately grab hold of your phone to check for updates, to know who liked and commented on your previous posts, and then start to wonder again what to post for the day.
Before you sleep at night, you can’t help but check you social media accounts again to know what your thousands of friends are up to, or you post another status to let them know of your current state and thoughts.
5. To be in a place without internet feels like #forever. You, definitely, wouldn’t want to be in an area without internet. And when you are, the world suddenly stops and becomes silent.

By: Sergio Buckingham

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