How is our need to be constantly connected impacting our lives and could a digital detox be the solution?Al Jazeera’s Phil Lavelle is constantly connected, and can rarely be found without his face buried into one of his many mobile devices. He diagnosed himself as a digital addict – after researching the symptoms online, of course – but now feels the need to disconnect. We follow him as he checks into a digital detox facility and attempts to adapt to a life without his devices. Along the way, we explore the modern phenomenon of digital addiction.
Online jobs are jobs which can be worked via the internet. Most online jobs are jobs which require a person to work from wherever they can, as long as they have an active internet connection where they are working. Online jobs mostly revolve around the internet and people who work online jobs are typically required to work with elements which are related to or revolve around the concept of the internet and the many websites in existence. Online jobs are extremely popular, especially in the ongoing era of technology, innovation and the World Wide Web. In fact, online jobs are considered to be the best jobs for the people of today.
The world, it appears, has completely lost its mind. It seems that our tiny planet is staged for a complete disaster with the West and Muslim world as the co-stars. What’s sad is that all of these problems are based on misunderstandings and lies spread by hate mongers with one interest: growing their bank accounts. To add insult to injury, citizens from the West and the Muslim world are starting to detest each because they feel the other side is this Great Evil trying to enslave them. Then there are those caught in the middle: the American Muslims, aka, you and I. We’re blessed with the conundrum of being, both, Muslims and Americans. We know that Islam is not about killing the innocent, but, also know that reality tv is not the reality of Western culture. So what’s a brother/sister to do?
The Ice Bucket Challenge is the latest Internet trend the mindless masses are mimicking.