To be honest - I'm slightly disappointed.
I imagined Cyber Monday to be a day to celebrate using the internet, MMOs, electronic gadgetry, and basically a good excuse for being a geek (as though I need one).
Instead it's to do with buying stuff cheap on the Internet after Thanksgiving. Internet Day (which is more like the holiday I'd like) was on the 29th of October.
That said, if you're buying stuff for Christmas, it's probably a good opportunity to get some bargains.
Speaking of which, my parents business, Raven, has now made their catalogues available online for people. No more do you have to rely on finding the paper copy - you can browse PDFs instead. I should warn that the catalogues are designed for printing, so pages aren't in the right order! But nevertheless it's the first time the catalogues have been available so it's a positive step. Well worth checking out if you do want any unusual or unique gifts for people this Christmas, and I think they're even offering some extra freebies with orders too.
Thinking more about Cyber Monday though, I generally aim to do quite a lot of my Christmas shopping (excluding food and drink) on the Internet. It's more convenient, cheaper, and saves having to deal with crowds.
In theory that is - then of course the Post Office ninjas don't deliver your parcel because you were out, and you have to line up to pick it up at your sorting office, which for me is at the far side of Hull and always has massive queues.
Nevertheless, if you do decide to participate in Cyber Monday, check out some tips here.
In other news, apparently YouTube have enabled me for live streaming! So on my channel I can now live stream from my webcam, onto the Internet. God knows what I would stream, but it's nice of them to allow me. Suggestions welcomed.