When you glance around, all you see is technological innovations and new ways to communicate. While many of these advances work to make our society move at a more rapid pace. The question should be asked, by technology speeding our society along have we lost the ability to actually connect with others? Think about the last person you had any form of contact with, odds are it was through a piece of technology. We send people gifts through an app. Have we lost our ability to communicate personably with each other? Reading this I know many thoughts will be this is hypocritical because the forum was posted on a computer. However, the question is still out there. Have we lost the ability to have personal physical connections?
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