University research on our use of screens
Posted by: theacademic (IP Logged)
Date: 02 February, 2017 14:59

Dear all,

I am involved in some university research that is looking at our use of screens in our everyday lives. We have compiled an anonymous survey via the following link where I hope you can spare a few minutes to share your important views.

[teesside.onlinesurveys.ac.uk]

Thanks in advance.

Re: University research on our use of screens
Posted by: Matt34 (IP Logged)
Date: 03 February, 2017 00:06

What purposes would this research have apart from the primary one?



Then I ate his Liver.......... with some baked beans and a can of coke.

Re: University research on our use of screens
Posted by: WWStandsure (IP Logged)
Date: 03 February, 2017 10:45

It's either called Ta monitor (which gives me control of what I watch via digital 'films' etc or TV which gives me control to switch off), or CCTV and is useful against criminal elements, what is the real purpose of your 'research' - security, privacy invasion etc?, or are you a futuristic O'Brien (refer to Orwell's 1984 for explanation). please clarify your research intentions - or don't you know?. - Best use for you I suggest is to watch TRFC matches on a screen.

Re: University research on our use of screens
Posted by: WWStandsure (IP Logged)
Date: 03 February, 2017 10:47

Oh and yes it already has a nickname - 'the One Eyed God'. Try getting into the real world - you can always actually watch a TRFC match in person though, and meet other real people....

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