Do you think your your memory has been affected by relying on cell phones and computers?
I believe our reliance on cell phones and computers hurt our memories and we do not use our brains as much as we used to before the technological age.
yes er yes I think so, bigger more knowledge but somewhat narrow minded er what was the question again?
Urm... sorry... remind me what the question was again?
Definitely Yes.... Can you still recite all your times tables; can children recite their times tables?
I am pretty sure my brain muscle is getting flabby. Better to blame it on technology than age!! Now, what was I about to tell you... Let me see if I put it in my notes on my cell phone. Wait, I might have e-mailed myself to remind me to remind you to think about... Drats, I forgot! I'll be back when I remember...
Sure, because our mind need to be used to be in its best situation.
Our brain like our muscles, is getting weaker day by day because of using the new technology.
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