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Published on February 6, 2009

Author: toscani

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A talk by Jim Stolze at TED University 2009 about the relationship between happiness and internet usage.

5 ways the internet can make us happier

5 ways how the Internet can make us happier... Jim Stolze - Virtual Happiness Amsterdam, The Netherlands TED University February 6, 2009 Long Beach, CA

Could you live without the internet? And what would you do? Jim Stolze @ TED University February 6, 2009 Long Beach, CA

“With no internet? I’d have to open a restaurant...” Seth Godin Jim Stolze @ TED University February 6, 2009 Long Beach, CA

“If I couldn’t surf the web, I’d surf the waves of Maui.” TED-ster Tim Bratton Jim Stolze @ TED University February 6, 2009 Long Beach, CA

Week 1  Funny / Strange / Adopting Jim Stolze @ TED University February 6, 2009 Long Beach, CA

Week 2  Difficult / Angry / Regret Jim Stolze @ TED University February 6, 2009 Long Beach, CA

Week 3  Piece of mind / Focus Jim Stolze @ TED University February 6, 2009 Long Beach, CA

Week 4  Unsure / What’s next? Jim Stolze @ TED University February 6, 2009 Long Beach, CA

Why? Jim Stolze @ TED University February 6, 2009 Long Beach, CA

Internet Usage & Happiness www.virtualhappiness.org Jim Stolze @ TED University February 6, 2009 Long Beach, CA

Internet user Yes - No

Benefits vs Disadvantages   vs Jim Stolze @ TED University February 6, 2009 Long Beach, CA



being doing surfing [positive] [positive] [positive]  joy w.i.l.f.-ing optimistic flow productivity tools being in control social interaction social networks extravert  loneliness lurking introvert stress overload feeling of no control  acting grumpy cyberbullying depression [negative] [negative] [negative]

continious partial multitasking attention productivity   content information overload explosion stress

5 ways how the Internet can make us happier... Just a random selection of our 50! Jim Stolze @ TED University February 6, 2009 Long Beach, CA

#1: Don’t take your blackberry into the bedroom 1

#2: Accept that there is more information than you can read! 2

Results: 3,140,000,000 for information!

#3: Rely on social filters more 3

#4: Know the difference between online and offline 4

#5: Charge 1 ct for each e-mail! 5

- Forces us to think before we hit ‘send’ - We’ll gain 1,5 hours productivity a day - ISP have a reasonable business model - Average household can afford easily 20cts - And the best reason of all... 5

SPAM! 5

The End www.virtualhappiness.org http://twitter.com/jimstolze Jim Stolze @ TED University February 6, 2009 Long Beach, CA

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