Written by Shivam Sharma on Digilah (Tech Thought Leadership)
In today’s time, technology is even in the deepest corners of each and every existing community of this world.
If I specifically speak about my own journey as an avid user of technology, I’ve been using technology ever since it came into popularity, but the density of use just multiplied by magnitudes when the pandemic hit.
Post-pandemic, things started bending towards creating content rather than just consuming it. Until the pandemic hit, I only used the technology towards a certain tangent and to a limit, which usually included digital classrooms, emails and just some YouTube videos. But, post-pandemic, the limit just became limitless with every dimension, everything just changed.
Things like LinkedIn and Twitter came into my life and with that, creating content became a part of my life henceforth the digital journey became even more vivid and deep. You see, with the purge of this digital era, every single person on this planet has started building their own “digital personality” which generally comes with a cost, the cost of mental stability. Talking about myself, obviously, I am not the same person as I am on any social media platform, because it is just a part of my overall personality and not my only personality.
My journey has been very amazing because I have been witnessing the process of progress in the digital world ever since and it feels genuinely amazing to be a part of such a generation.
I mean with platforms like Google Meet, Zoom call or even Skype you can technically meet any human being in any corner of the world. With platforms like Notion you can basically create a second brain of yours with everything in and out of your brain and even your mind.
With platforms like WhatsApp or messenger you can essentially talk to anybody without even meeting them.
With platforms like Slack and Wurker you can just make a virtual workspace altogether, just like your office.
With things like your own mobile phone or laptops you can just do whatever you want to and possibilities are just endless, literally, you may start tens of businesses just by an internet connection and a good laptop or workstation.
With things like Google Maps or any maps, you can just hop on to any place in the world in your choice of comfort!
I, in my personal as well as my professional life, have been using such beautiful and radical pieces of technology and they have made my life much more efficient, all because of obvious reasons.
As a concluding note, I would just like to mention a cliche which is indeed the truth of the century, which is, “life wouldn’t have been fair without digitalisation”, also now that every digital element is it smartphones, laptops or even the internet is becoming so pocket-friendly with an amazing durability and quality, this saying just makes even more sense!
As you can probably see in the featured image, everything and anything which is visible is pretty much possible because of the digitalisation of major elements of life, be it communicating (telling and listening, not just hearing), expressing, sensing, feeling etc.
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