Friday January 7:
10 am: Woke up and checked Facebook and e-mail
11 am – 3 pm: Went to work. I work for the Gender Violence Office designing posters and doing social media marketing, so I was on my laptop for the entire 4 hours, monitoring scores and blogs while working, and listening to iTunes.
4 pm – 7 pm: Watched Boardwalk Empire on my Laptop while texting friends about plans for the night.
8 pm – 9 pm: Took bus to Boulder, listened to iPod
Saturday January 8:
11 am: Rode back to my house with friends, listened to a CD in car
12 pm – 6 pm: Watched football while doing laundry
6 pm – 7 pm: Took bus back to DU, listened to iPod
8 pm – 11 pm: Made music with floormate using Ableton Live and a MIDI Keyboard.
Sunday January 9:
2 pm: Woke up and worked on song from previous night
2:30 pm – 5:30 pm: Watched Eagles-Packers game while writing a blog post
6 pm – 7 pm: Watched Boardwalk Empire on Laptop
9 pm – 11 pm: Did homework while listening to iTunes
Monday January 10:
11 am – 1 pm: More music on Ableton Live
4 pm – 6 pm: Went to class, took notes on laptop
6:30 – 9:30: Watched football and worked on homework
I spend most of my waking hours engaged with some kind of media, and am almost always listening to music. I download a lot of live DJ mixes, so I usually listen to iTunes, and not online radio such as Pandora. Without my computer, I would not be able to work on anything at work or in school, nor would I be able to spend most of my free time as I currently do. I don’t use my phone all that much, and when I do I normally call people or send short texts. I prefer to communicate with people on IM or in person.