Surfing The Web Quotes by Nick Woodman, Raymond E. Feist, Leslie Moonves, Frederick Busch, Michelle Gielan, Don Winslow and many others.
If I didn’t follow my passion for surfing… I would have never come up with the concept to make a wrist camera.
If I leave my computer, I’m probably not going to get back for hours. If I take a few minutes to answer questions and go web surfing, then guilt kicks in and I get back to work.
I read the papers, I surf the Web. At the beginning of the year, I try to see at least two episodes of every show on our network. Am I surfing? All the time. I’m aware of the landscape. I’m a competitor, so I have to know whom I’m competing with.
There is a lack of context in contemporary education. And contemporary consideration – because we live in those interiorities so much. Especially young kids who live by surfing the Web.
Surfing the web often comes at the cost of face-to-face time with friends and family.
I have to remind the people who put down East Coast surfing that Kelly Slater is from Florida.
When you have two busy kids running around the house, returning e-mails is a task, let alone surfing the web.
Surfing soothes me, it’s always been a kind of Zen experience for me. The ocean is so magnificent, peaceful, and awesome. The rest of the world disappears for me when I’m on a wave.
Now that I finally have the time for it, this web surfing stuff turns out to be as interesting and fun and addictive as you’ve all been telling me. Zipping from link to link, chasing an idea across the noosphere, sucking up information like a killer whale – way cool.
Everything we do in the digital realm – from surfing the Web to sending an e-mail to conducting a credit card transaction to, yes, making a phone call – creates a data trail. And if that trail exists, chances are someone is using it – or will be soon enough.