Endless media dilemma

At the current time of writing, there is an almost unlimited amount of media to absorb. You have your books, comics, TV shows, music, movies, internet videos, social media, and many more that I can’t think of. People have been creating things over time and they continue to create this very second. The amount of time it would take to digest it all seems to be infinite multiplying on itself. Taking into account the daily work required to maintain a healthy body, portions of the day spend anywhere from two hours to thousands of hours of potentially reading, watching, or listening to something. Let me tell you about some times when I had conflicts with the infinite options.

With some reading material, the decisions are endless with reading books, comics, manga, or visual novels. You can go for something meaningful with a remarkably real person biography / autobiography, the visually neat adventures of a caped crusader, a black and white story of friends living their daily school life, or making new friends in mostly static images. . What you can read is not limited to words. All of these options were quite attractive at the time of their discovery. What I didn’t know was that these many options eventually accumulated in a growing accumulation. The reasons are many, some of which include making your long-term commitment. The medium can also hit an unpleasant moment and can cause you to leave it for a period of time. After picking up something else, the book may be forgotten and only recognized when you’ve finished something else. This usually happens with series that would launch a new entry every month or in some period of time.

For example, I may be reading a 500-page book that would take me two weeks to finish. As you take it and put it down periodically, the book may be challenged by a new contender. A comic with fewer pages and visual content to describe the background through images instead of words. Why shouldn’t I take this quick trip through the land of comics? After a refreshing break in that mysterious land of comics, I go out to find something else to read. Wait a minute, friend. You have that book that you put down to read that comic, you should finish reading that book. Then I’d say, “I can always come back to that later.” I proceed to search for something else and completely forget about the original book for a few months.

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