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Does Technology Free or Trap Us?

Updated on May 10, 2015

Does Technology Free or Trap Us?

Online technology is like your idealist undiscovered. It invites you into a comfortable block of new systems in any community of practice. It also streams future dialogue that bonds you to coming out of a past process of an acquired language into becoming competent in a new language.

So imagine the moment you are speaking to or hearing someone for the first time. At best, the human interaction does not seem like it is easy enough to evaluate your own technological interest. However, your ongoing concern is due to the fact that information technology speech areas have become dominate in the mass media in your real world. Through this mediated relationship , you also became aware that the Internet has been previously evolving around you in your community and globally but you did not know how to get online. Beyond this online unknown, you began to willing want awareness of how this online internet technology could be a helping hand in your life. But, you still did not try even try to get into accessing an online group to discuss your issues. The talk you heard about stream lining videos did not grab your attention either. However, you continued to listen to the things happening from the then to now. But, the message would still surface as being too difficult for me to access internet. Then suddenly, these varied preinternet mass mediated conversations lead you into having a concern about: Will online internet provide me with more or less choice privileges? Other distinct focal concerns such as will I lose language, thought and culture that are familiar to me through changing modernization to urbanization in my society. But what now? What are my real play action safe and secure issues with Microsoft or Apple gurus for instance. America's Internet experts through mass media have been expressing internet reform in respect to attitudes shared in familiar dialect by human beings and machines with different levels of literacy levels. Despite the disparity assumed in opposition of one's personal competence of do not knows, you decided to buy a laptop with router access for Wi-Fi at home. You thought; "I am finally stepping into the human and machine exchange learning that actually evolves around a global internet market of users. I do not fell trapped thus far but free enough to exercise my privilege to try something new for myself" Then your choice issue lead you into bursts of wondering: how will this laptop function for me in a new community as occupying online space? This is a change for me. I am competent but an incompetent online user soon to become a competent internet online user.

As you now figure on your convictions, your morality allowed you to realize your free will to be ambitious and include passion about the possible path of loss correctness, the trap perhaps. Or, was the personal and natural human conversation of online technology exchange issues not all wrapped up for you?

Maybe not but I am an American. I want legislative policy to create naturalistic and humanistic legal law culture that meets my belief in God, human beings and machines with understanding in the now in similar principles as equal and an easy way to share usage. The tough decisions learned through technological law can look difficult if it creates the possibility of a non-literate human society after such long hurdles to improve literacy to date. Unless it is absolutely necessary, human beings should not view machine technology as a threat in the direct responses of technological efforts because achievement nor failure should offend humanity or machine. So, is it okay to say that the new innovations of technology should begin with implicit ways to create safe and secure ways to protect massive online practices? The answer is YES. The way a person taps into meaningful online purposes should create optical online illusions without canvassing ways to track appropriate but with ways to track inappropriate written context. This is the conceptualization in relative context online relationships that hold onto uniting us as online user in positive perceptive links to old and new ideas with ongoing admiration without harmful dialogue.


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