You imagine the world without pc and without global network to link them?

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  1. Paul Berod profile image69
    Paul Berodposted 7 years ago

    You imagine the world without pc and without global network to link them?

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  2. MickS profile image69
    MickSposted 7 years ago

    I'm having difficulty imagining what the question is, you've bunged a question mark on the end of an instruction and so created a guessing game.  I guess that what you meant was, 'Can you imagine...?'
    Well yes, I can, we have lived for a few years with computers and the Internet, we have lived with out them for the majority of mankind's existence, and got on rather well, thank you, they are no big deal.  If they all break down/disappear, we just get on with life as we always have.

  3. Merlin Fraser profile image75
    Merlin Fraserposted 7 years ago

    What a sad little question.

    Especially when there are millions of us that can not only imagine it but lived perfectly happily without either of them. As well as mobile telephones, I pods and every other self centered little machines.

    Question is if all of these things were suddenly removed could certain people still live and survive, be able to run businesses without them....?

      I could... Can you ?

  4. nightwork4 profile image59
    nightwork4posted 7 years ago

    i'm 46. when i was younger pc's weren't even though of. i don't have to imagine it, i was part of it.

  5. Lisa HW profile image65
    Lisa HWposted 7 years ago

    I've lived in the world, and it wasn't such a bad thing at all.  It also wasn't, in a lot of ways, all that different than it is today.  Computers and networks are great things (for the most part); and like so many other people, I love having them available to us for any number of uses.

    Still, like so many people who are old enough to have lived in the world before there PC's and networks, I have to say, in a whole lot of ways the world managed quite well.  We have access to a lot of great technology today, and I don't underestimate its importance and value.  My main point here is that life, the world, great art, brilliant minds, family, Nature, and love have all existed and moved this world along throughout the world's existence; so, within the context of "all of the life" and "all of the world", PC's and networks don't seem quite as important, and I'd hope that imagining life without them wouldn't be all that difficult to do.    smile

  6. Paul Berod profile image69
    Paul Berodposted 7 years ago

    Dear MickS,
    Thanks for the english lesson. I admit you have the reason.
    But I see you are a person who cares more accessory than focus on what is meant by the question.

    As for the answer to my question, you admits could live without computer and internet. You can tell that, but I propose that you do not connect the pc and the during a week.
    And imagine a world without computers and no internet. Everything stopped.

    Dear Merlin Fraser
    I do not agree with your answer. There aren't so many people to dispense PC and the Internet.
    If you say there are the older people I believe that because they can dispense what they're losing.
    Besides these, in this global world, unfortunately, there are still many people who are left out because they have no chance of having them.

    Dear nigtwork,

    You have, more or less, my age. I remember what is live without pc and net. So, I think I can't live without them.

    Dear Lisa HM,

    You have an interesting point of view. If I understand, the fever of PC and the Internet brings the virtual world while avoiding the real.

    Dear Masata,

    I am sincere with you. Also could not live without the PC and the Internet.

    Regards,

    Paul Berod

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    bhaveshdhanani03posted 7 years ago

    not at all, without pc and net we will go back to stoneage. due to only net i am answering u. net and pc has made our life so easy and fast that we fill whole world in a small room.

 
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