Month: June 2013
You’re going on a cross-country trip. Airplane, train, bus, or car? (Or something else entirely — bike? Hot air balloon?)
One of the two will not be enough for me, no. For me, all four have their own importance and when given a choice, I would design a trip which would include all four followed by each other in such a manner that it I won’t be devoid of the fun [art offered by each of these trips.
Do you belong in this day and age? Do you feel comfortable being a citizen of the 21st-century? If you do, explain why — and if you don’t, when in human history would you rather be?
I really think I am born in the wrong century, i.e to say when I give it a thought really, when I think about it, I feel that if I would have been born in my grand parents’ era, I might have been able to witness a lot, may be the making of Pakistan, along with it, life would have been more peaceful without all this technology in the life, even though I am a girl of the 21st century, I think that the life in the past was better, people had a pure air to breath from, nice and fresh vegetables to eat, simple life to live and not a lot of worries to cope with, and most of all, the studies and the courses were very easy, in short I think the things were better in the past..
I haven’t written anything for a long time, the reason for it as usual, were my exams, even though I had prepared for the exams throughout the semester, this were the toughest one offered by the university(I wouldn’t have signed up for this course if I’d known it was that difficult), but anyway I am now through them and relieved. I must also share here that I had my last exam, last week but I was too lazy to tap on my thoughts, visit Pottermore, start on my chores, or even get started on the new book I had bought in the beginning of the semester and I was really looking forward to reading, but anyway, I am back in my stride and have started to do all what I had planned earlier, quite unlike my previous vacations.. I know that this post is not something very interesting and much about the babble of what I’ve been doing, but I really felt like writing something and daily prompts were not something I really wanted to write about.. There are a few things I would like to share though, I signed up at lumosity, it is a very good website which offers brain train games, I know it is really a lame post, but I really felt like writing something and this is all I came up with.
How do you manage your online privacy? Are there certain things you won’t post in certain places? Information you’ll never share online? Or do you assume information about you is accessible anyway?
Responding to this prompt straight on, there is just a little information about myself which I share online. The reason is simple, I like to keep my life private and definitely not accessible to all. I believe that internet is not exactly a secure place to share my life stories and other stuff as well (no offence to those who share). Apart from internet, I believe in the fact that the only part of my life others know about me is what I choose to show them, even in my personal and not only on my online profile. So keeping things private is what I believe in.
A similar post: http://amateurxpress.wordpress.com/2013/06/08/top-secret/
Tell us about a thing you’ll never write about.
I will never write about my personal problems on the internet, NO! I often write about exams and life and other things as well, but I have never written, nor will I ever write about my personal woes. Problems, according to me are an examination in life which one shouldn’t advertise about and I would prefer in keeping such things quiet which would expose my weaker points to everyone..