Is technology making people lazy day-by-day?
After the arrival of all latest technologies embedded everywhere,are people becoming a lazy social animal.
GPS navigation systems have led to erosion of people's ability to navigate.
The widespread use of calculators has hurt people's ability to do calculations in their heads.
Spellcheck has hurt spelling when you don't use it.
In short, skills atrophy if you don't use them, and technological conveniences mean we aren't using the skills, so they get weaker.
Well said ... the thinking ability of human beings has become weaker .. either they are too dependent on their gadgets or they don't know the solution..
by sensu0s 8 years ago
Is really modern technology making us lazy ?
by At Last 8 years ago
Is technology making us dumber?
by Solaras 12 hours ago
I am furious. Items that have been making sales every 3 days for 6 years have now been snipped!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!What kind of lazy moron does this, does not look at article sales revenue before snipping the product - and this is why it has...
by Money Fairy 6 years ago
For instance if you took a t.v. and a computer and cell phone away from a teenager for just a weekend could they figure out what to do with themselves or would they just sit and mope all weekend?Do they for instance want to go on hikes or fishing or read a book or play a card game etc.? or are they...
by Susan Reid 9 years ago
I'm too lazy (and busy greeting) to look it up. What is Tok Pisin? Sounds like a GREAT hub topic!
by Credence2 2 years ago
After a rather protracted discussion with a nephew about the need to stop horsing around in regards to his economic future, I had a revelation or two.I was born before Sputnik, in an era of slide rules, vacuum tubes and nascent transistor technology, now I find multi-function calculators in my...
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