The statistics I learned about today really shocked me. There were some that were predictable but some kinda make you think about how much we really use technology. I use texting and music the most but I use television the least. I usually dont have have time for TV but music and texting is always convinent. Media plays a big part in my life just because we’re so dependent on it today. An upside is that it helps me stay connected withpeople and the downside is that we’re losing social skills. The digital foot print it all the history about you on the internet. Things you have posted liked, and things other people have posted about you. This made me realize I should really think about everything I do on the internet and what I do as a person as well. The statistics about different medias, espesially texting, really suprised me. I guess it did because im the type of person that would rather talk face to face or on the phone. The only time I text is if its convinent or I’m busy. Since the video we watched yesterday along with the lesson, I noticed I’m becoming more aware of what I do on the internet. I’m realizing everything I put on there is perminent and can be recoverd weither or not I delete it.
My first week back to school on my senior year was pretty slow, it didnt really seem as if I was gone that long. Seeing the same people over again for the fourth and last year wasn’t that exciting. I did get excited about our amazing band program though. 168 band students this year! Knowing the begining part of our march for our very first game is also a very big accomplishment. That’s never happened. Our work ethic and our love for what we do will be shown tonight during half time. I’m hoping that tonight after we finish our drill and we’re standing there at the very end while all the Roughneck fans cheer us on, it will hit me. This is my last first game. I made it this far, and my high school journey is about to come to an end sooner than I think. I want, and will leave this school knowing I am proud of what I left behind.