Technology is supposed to help our busy lives, but we are too busy to learn it?
Being busy is often a pretest to hide a general lack of desire of learning new things. If we stop 5 minutes in a day (I don't think people would die for 5 minutes) to learn what we are doing, maybe technology would be more appreciated. But unluckily, most people seem to be completely busy to do nothing but work.
I never looked at it that way. People will learn if they have to, like when the cell phone is not working. They have to confront the technology at that time and moment. Then, it seems the world really has stopped when the cell phone isn't working.
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