I go to many places to find my content. Sometimes I'll read the digital version of The Garden Island on my phone, just because it's much more accessible for me that way. The Garden Island is a great source for information, especially because they release new articles every day. Most of the articles are pertaining to Kauai, since it is a Kauai and Ni'ihau newspaper. If I'm not reading the online newspaper, I'll get my information through the television. I usually watch the 10 o'clock news. They share what's happening worldwide, and throughout the state. I usually find out urgent news through social media, mainly Instagram. Many people have Instagram accounts, so it's really easy for word to be spread around. Things called hashtags show the latest trends or popular events. Or I'll just be scrolling through my feed, and I may come across some news. My last way I receive content is through people. I think we all get information in this way. We hear something from our relative, or friends about an event or something happening. Getting information through family and friends are a great way to be kept updated. I get my content from various places; the newspaper, television, social media, and through my family and friends.
Next, what do I look for? If I'm on social media, I don't really look for news. I just stumble upon it through chance by looking at my feed or the trending tab. It's probably not the most reliable way if you really want to know what's happening. When I'm reading the newspaper online, I usually look for possible news or feature stories. If you just look, you can find some great people with unique stories to tell. It won't just happen if you read the newspaper once, the day before a pitch party. You'll have to read it daily, and if by chance you see a cool story, write it down! When I'm reading the newspaper, I look for articles about interesting people.
Last, how do I access my information? As I previously stated, I find it easier to check the Garden Island site online. I prefer it over the actual physical copy. I just go to the site online, or the app on my phone. Instagram is a mobile app, so of course, I access social media through my phone. If I'm watching the News, I'll access it through the Hawaii News Now, or HNN, channel on television. There are many places you can go to for your information, but I get mine through my phone or the television.
Knowing what's happening around the world and in your own community is important. I keep updated by receiving my content through the newspaper, TV, social media, and other people. Being updated helps others be informed and safe. It helps us be prepared if an emergency were to happen. Well, that is it for this week's constructed response! Thanks for reading! Bye!