“Virtual Vows: How Technology is Changing the Way We Celebrate Life’s Milestones” by Mark Whelan
Virtual ceremonies are important because they allow people to participate in important events from a distance. This can be especially beneficial for people who are unable to attend in person due to health reasons, geographical location, or other factors. Virtual ceremonies can also be more convenient for everyone involved, as they can be accessed from any location with an internet connection.
However, there are also some pitfalls to virtual ceremonies. For one, they can be less personal than in-person ceremonies, which can make them feel less meaningful or special. Additionally, virtual ceremonies can be more difficult to coordinate, as they require technology and internet connectivity to work properly. There may also be technical difficulties that can disrupt the ceremony. Finally, virtual ceremonies may not be suitable for all types of events, such as weddings or graduation ceremonies, where the physical presence of attendees is an important part of the experience.
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Originally published at https://www.markmwhelan.com on December 7, 2022.