Living the Connected Life

Everyone is connected. There are reports of so-called "disconnect anxiety" afflicting our society because our desire to know what's happening all the time. I have to admit, I've suffered from this. When I had a flip phone, I felt like I was missing out on the flow of my PLN and missing out on great ideas being shared. I have a smart phone now, but I'm ready to take it to the next level.

Tomorrow, beginning at 8AM, I'm going to begin my Connected Life experiment. For one entire day, I'm going to broadcast my life through a Google Hangout on Air.

Want to know what it's like to work from home? Tune in to the Hangout. Want to know what my house looks like? Tune into the Hangout. Curious what I wear when I work from home? Tune into the Hangout.

This is an unprecedented look into my life, and I want my PLN there. Feel free to share it with your friends, turn it on in the background, or just hop on to see what's up. I'll also be doing a live Q&A through Twitter all day, so if you want to know more, hit me up at @bennettscience.

Looking for the live stream? Here's the link. It'll go live tomorrow morning at 8AM!

One thought on “Living the Connected Life

  1. Emma Elwel says:

    Dear Mr. Bennett,
    I have throughly enjoyed reading your blog posts. Specifically because I can relate! However, I am just now seeing that being without my phone is a missed PLN opportunity, but that is a great way to look at it. Thank you so much for the opportunity to view your Connected Life experiment!

    Emma Elwell
    elwell.emmaedm310@blogpost.com
    elwelle0@gmail.com

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