That’s how many days it has been since you started counting. And I know which one you’re talking about.
Well, 31 years is a pretty long time. We’ve all been in one of those time frames that seem to stretch on forever, even though the numbers don’t seem to. Time on a screen is a very tricky thing to keep track of. I could count the days of my life in a fraction of a second, but that’s not really the same thing. And that’s why we sometimes start to forget how long it has been since we started.
Its a good thing that we can forget about our own lives, because we will never be able to get back the amount of time we have wasted. I’m always amazed at how much time we spend in front of the phone, watching reruns of old episodes of Mad Men or even my favorite sitcom Friends, while we sit alone in front of our computers.
But if you think that time is a constant, think about how much time we spend on the internet. If we spent 30 minutes a day on the internet, how much time would we have wasted? If we spent 30 days a year, how much time would we have wasted? If we spent an average of 5 hours a day, how much time would we have wasted? I know that this sounds like a lot of time, but it’s not.
The internet is an incredibly efficient system. And if we take this into account, then we can determine how much time we spend watching video games. And since we spend a lot of time watching video games, we can determine how much time we spend on the internet.
We can use that to put both our real life and the games we play into a metric called a “Life Time.” A Life Time is an estimate of the average amount of time you spend playing games and the amount of time you spend watching video games.
This is exactly what our group at Duke was doing a few years back. The group tracked how much time was spent on the internet, how much time was spent on video games, and how many days it took to get to that point. According to this data, it took about 11 hours to get to the point where you were using the internet all the time and were spending 7.5 days on video games, which is pretty close to a Life Time.
I have to tell you that I don’t think that 11 hours is much of a life time. At the very least it seems to be a very good life time. In our study, we found that people over the age of 16 (roughly the average age of the people who participated in our study) spent about 30 minutes on the internet every day, which is about 10 hours per year.
That’s a pretty long time to put away your phone, computer, etc., to use a computer. When you’re a teenager and you go to school, you put your phone away for a few hours every day, or even longer if you’re a smart kid. You spend a lot of time on your phone because it’s your computer and it’s always there, and it also gives you instant access to all sorts of online stuff.
The amount of time that you spend on your phone depends on what you’re doing. You can get the most time on your phone by being an expert on how to do it, using it for your entire day, and then spending a few minutes on it. In fact, I get the most use out of my phone when I’m on a trip to Vegas for a holiday. It’s like having your brain on the screen for a moment and then figuring out where you sit.