The question of whether it’s worth it to be a regular viewer of the TV shows that come on, or to be constantly on social media, has long been a sore spot for many people.
While people have a range of opinions about whether it is worth it, some say it’s not, and others say it is, but not necessarily the right decision.
A new study published in the journal Current Biology suggests that there’s a better way to view your social media feeds than the old fashioned way of subscribing to Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
The study found that a few years ago, people were much more likely to choose a new way of consuming social media when they were more comfortable with a more traditional way of doing so.
The researchers looked at the data of almost 3,000 people from the US and the UK and asked them which they preferred: the traditional way or the new, more personalized approach.
The findings showed that the people who had taken the more traditional approach were more likely than those who had not to consume their feeds in a more personalized way.
What’s more, the people using the more personalized method were much less likely to share their feeds with others.
That’s good news for social media users, but it also raises the question of which is better, the social media or the traditional media?
Here are some tips for keeping up with the news in your own time, and whether you are a regular or an occasional reader.