How many hours do you spend watching Tv in a Day?

How many hours, generally, do you spend watching Tv?

And using internet?

And using smartphone?

And playing videogames?

And playing games (not videogames)?

Order them by relevance. :slight_smile:

You start :wink:

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Hours? I wish I had that much time :tired_face: I watch about 20-30 minutes of news in the morning while I eat breakfast. That’s it. (Although on days that I commute I sometimes catch some further movies on the train, but usually I work.)

I use the internet at least 10-12 hours a day, as my job is the internet.

ok

My order:
playing videogames
using internet
watching Tv
playing games (not videogames)
using smartphone

Nice try facebook?

Do have to question… what’s with all the random questions?! :thinking:

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How many hours, generally, do you spend watching Tv?
I don’t watch TV, I prefer to watch the stars

And using internet?
What is internet?

And using smartphone?
Still going strong

And playing videogames?
I like to swap the VHS cassette covers, that’s my Video Games

And playing games (not videogames)?
I play board games

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Like 18 minimum

Using internet
Using smartphone
Playing video games
Playing games / watching TV

S8il

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Ahhhh the good ol A:\ how I miss thee

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True story: The other day we had a discussion at our company: A non internet connected PC needs updating.

Intern: “How do you update a PC without internet”
Me: “Like in the good old days: Get a stack of floppies”
Intern: “”

I’m so old :sob:

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:joy_cat:

Wheel out the old external drive

You’re not old unless you remember the old 5 1/4inch ones.

Or for that matter using a tape recorder to save and list programs…

I do.

Well, I don’t remember those, at least :joy:

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Yes, thanks for making me feel like the ancient one… :grin:

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The BBC days with Chuckie Egg :eyes:

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I honestly world have guessed you were to young to remember that…

:joy_cat:

Acorn Election
Amiga
Atari ST (basically an Amiga)

I remember them all

Happy to admit I remember loading games on my ZX81 via tape

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We used to have BBC Micro computers complete with 5ÂĽ" add-ons and 9-pin dot matrix printers when I was at primary school. When I got to high school there was one room with a PC network (all running Windows 3.11) and a couple of standalone Windows 95 PCs in the library (exclusively used for Encarta '95) - there was not a hint of internet connectivity throughout the campus.

Any other machines there were a mishmash of BBCs and Acorn Archimedes.

The Acorn PCs of course being significant as effectively being the ancestor of virtually every smart phone in every pocket thanks to its ARM (Acorn RISC Machine) chips.

You can install the Acorn’s RiscOS on a Raspberry Pi these days.

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Similar in primary for us. Ground breaking was one Acorn PC (can’t remember model).

As for High school, they started with Elonex running windows 95 - pretty sure they spent over ÂŁ1mill on them (worth noting that I went to a school with 150 pupils from Nursery to Secondary and this was seen as a major investment). Worst computers ever and were replaced 2 years later with some Dells

Here’s those dreadful machines…