Say no to boredom with these great ways to keep yourself entertained online
If you’re consistently feeling bored you’re probably questioning your social life. With that in mind, according to Psychology Today being bored can be linked to opioids, a chemical in the brain that gives us please. New experiences can stimulate the release of opioids, resulting in us searching for that wow factor. Nevertheless, with the World Wide Web at our finger tips with have the ability to conquer being bored.
Even though there may be billions and billions of web pages out there it’s amazing to uncover how many people get bored very quickly when surfing online. We live in a digital age where information and entertainment has to engage and captivate instantly in order to keep the attentions of us, the audience, before we swiftly move on to something new. So, next time you’re bored and you reach for your PC or smart device, disregard the mass amounts of junk on the web and discover these hidden gems.
New York public librarys digital gallery
Online reference sites are often a particularly interesting resource for thousands of cool and fascinating articles and other special assets. Whilst Wikipedia’s sometimes unreliable information may not be that appealing the New York Library’s Digital Gallery will certainly keep you entertained. The site play’s host to a huge collection of digital materials including photos, posters, maps, manuscripts, cards, dust jackets and so much more. In fact there’s over 300,000 pieces to browse through and it’s all free to view.
Short of the week
Whilst the majority of cinematic experiences these days are all about remaking or prequelising the same old titles, the essence of storytelling seems to have been lost amongst the ostentatious studio effects. Thankfully there are many sites such as Short of the Week that have breathed new life into the art of short film storytelling, allowing budding filmmakers to share their excellent short films online to an audience hungry for sharp and snappy tales.
Whilst web surfers are craving more interesting content to keep them entertained for longer the same can be said of television fans. Despite the hundreds of digital channels available 24 hours a day on our set tops there are always those complaining about the quality and relevancy of many programmes. However, thanks to the UK’s Radio Times website, TV viewers have been able to identify some great new shows. The online version of the popular magazine not only provides an overview of TV listings and scheduling but there are a number of many insightful articles and features on show, offering a breakdown of the best on the box.
Online gaming through your PC or even your mobile device has grown exponentially over the past few years and is even becoming more popular than traditional console gaming. MiniClip is a huge resource of online games you can play for free; covering pretty much all gaming genres: from action to sports and from puzzle games to bingo. There is quite literally something to help everyone past the time.
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