Last week we wondered whether you feel social media is taking over your life. Although I was certain this is a near and dear subject to many people’s lives, turns out not many of you really want to discuss it. This poll received only around 180 votes, but it could still be enough to get an idea of how you feel about social media.
Out of 183 votes in total, the breakdown was as follows: 30% feel they have a good balance between social networks and real life, 21% feel that social media is somewhat taking over their lives, 20% admit that social media really is taking over their lives, and another 30% don’t care about social media or don’t use it.
Full results and this week’s poll after the jump.
Surprisingly, our 180 votes were divided almost equally between the different options, but it seems that all in all, the majority doesn’t feel like it has a problem.
This week’s poll question is: Are Smartphones Getting Too Big?
In a sharp change of subject, we’re moving to a topic which has been on my mind a lot lately. Are smartphones getting too big? When the iPhone first came into our lives, its 3.5” screen seemed pretty big, and the smartphones that followed were about the same impressive size. Five years later, we have a 4.8” Galaxy S3, a 4.7” new Nexus 4, a humongous 5.5” Galaxy Note 2, not to mention the 4” iPhone 5, which is bigger than 3.5” for the first time since its launch. The general direction seems to be toward bigger and bigger screens, but is that a good thing? Do you miss the good old 3.5” displays, or are you dreaming of using the Galaxy Note 2 as your every day phone? It’s time to make your opinion count. Remember, you don’t have to own a smartphone to have an opinion!
Why are bigger phones better? Why are smaller phones better? Which is the optimum screen size for a smartphone? Tell us everything in the comments!