Social Media

Why I Deleted My Reddit Account - I don't like social media

Maybe I’m getting paranoid right now, or maybe I’m going into some sort of social media detox. After deleting my Facebook account some time ago and saying goodbye to Snapchat, I also deleted my reddit account. Why? That’s what I’m telling you here… Over the last few months, I’ve learned a lot. Among other things, social media is designed to steal our time. To seduce us, to waste our time with nonsense that doesn’t make us any smarter, more experienced or otherwise better, instead of doing something that will help us progress.

5 Harsh Reasons Why Snapchat Sucks - And Why I Deleted It From My Phone

How many flames have you got? Who’s your red heart? What’s your score? Snapchat sucks. I banned this app from my smartphone and that’s not only for one reason… Reason #1: Bad Android app Yes, this may be a reason not relevant to everyone, but the app for Android is simply a disgrace to Snapchat. Slow, memory-hungry and generally not state of the art. Furthermore: Problems when signing in on rooted smartphones, for someone like me this is of course a disaster, because only to sign in the device has to be unrooted first, so that it has to be rerooted after logging in.

The One Decisive Reason I Left Facebook - And Why It’s So Liberating

Have you noticed, too? At least for me, it felt like nothing was happening on Facebook. My generation (I was born 1999) seems to use Facebook only to comment on useless memes and mark each other as often as possible under posts. Maybe it may be because of my age group, but Facebook is somehow not what it used to be. In the past, we used to share and comment on each other’s experiences on Facebook, sharing and commenting on each other’s lives.