You Know You’re a DePauw Student When…Your Online Procrastination Is Strategic
First, post on Facebook.
Then, check your email. You obviously can’t start your work until you’ve read all your mail, labeled your mail if necessary, and responded where appropriate. Inbox now empty.
Return to Facebook. Has anyone liked your post? If so, yay! If not, awkward. Comment on someone else’s post in hopes that they will reciprocate.
Did you get another email? Better check again. Inbox empty, Facebook slow.
Hi, Twitter! Read through the tweets, possibly consider following a new person.
Click right on over to Pinterest. Pin a cute outfit, memorize a motivational quote.
Read your email.
Then, maybe start work. But we all know we have those days where we would rather do anything than assigned work.
So we turn to: - Stumble On. - Tumblr. - #what should we call me - Perezhilton.com - bbc.com/cnn.com (shout out to all my political science majors) - Facebook to post relevant information from these sites to the appropriate people. - Oh, you should check your email again.