Well, like I promised, here is the new poll. This one will run from early July, for 3 months, until early October – approximately 90 days.
So this time, I thought we would talk about another common topic of discussion within the group. We’ll be delving in to the effectiveness of digital media. What this means, is that we want to know if you get ASMR from watching YouTube videos, TV, listening to music, or the radio, etc. Even though plenty of those in the community do, and have no qualms about recommending videos and music tracks to others – there are several at least who don’t or cannot experience ASMR while watching or listening to any sort of digital media.
And the options for you to vote on are:
Yes, all the time - Digital media of your choosing, or which is recommended to you by others within the community, will without fail, trigger your ASMR.
Sometimes - It might be a more uncommon or rare thing for you to experience ASMR while watching or listening to digital media. You’re very picky when it comes to trigger videos or tracks. Recommendations from others seldom work.
I only get it from certain digital media (eg. either music or videos, but not both) – You could spend all day watching videos online and not get a “hit” at all. But as soon as you listen to the radio or play your favourite track of the moment, it starts flowing.
No, I don’t – You don’t experience ASMR from any digital media at all. It’s only triggered when you speak to someone in person or watch or listen to something in real life, and not online or from any other digital source.
So that’s it. Read through this post, and then find the poll on the right sidebar as usual. Then vote, obviously. Have fun!
These are just mini-updates that I was too lazy or busy to make a post for. They also list changes or additions that have been made to the blog, for interest's sake and to follow how the blog is developing.
- Work in progress on new page.Full list here.
- Enabled mobile layout for blog.
- Updated hotspots page.
- Work in progress on new page.
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