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Both, it seems to me, for all benefits we seem to be losing our identity as people and our ability to connect face to face with others, in a real, human setting, especially without the infernal cell phone.
Switch them off, one and all, you really do not need to be communicating in that way almost perpetually, and ignoring those around you and becoming less human yourselves.
I agree with Katy that the cell phone takes away the face to face communication making us less human. The technology of the world is also taking the use of imagination away from children, the time of having family night has fallen by the wayside. We are all guilty of this in one way or the other. The adults are just as bad, they are either using their cell phone, surfing the internet, playing game systems, using hand held games or reading from the kindle. The art of using the library is dwindling.
by Amie Warren7 years ago
Are we too dependent on technology? Cashiers now cannot even count back change without a computer telling them how much it is. Went to a restaurant and they would not serve me because their computers were down....
by Keith James Kennedy5 years ago
Is our world advancing or declining?
by The Medicine Man4 years ago
Technology Is advancing At A Rapid Rate, But Are We Advancing At The Rate Of Our Technology?IF NOT WHY NOT AND HOW CAN WE CATCH UP?
by Krzysztof Willman3 years ago
What would you put in a time capsule?Would you ever open it or let someone else from the future like your grandchildren open it?
by Lawfull Richard6 years ago
Do you think technology is solving or destroying the world?
by Money Fairy4 years ago
I mostly use the library for the internet. I don't own a cell phone as I have to many other bills to pay for and can't afford one. I'm just wondering if anyone out there uses a real phone anymore and if anyone writes...
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