Over the years we go becoming more dependent of the technology, we can not be without using a phone, texting, calling friends or using our computer. I 'm not against technology because I am a fan of their progress, but it needs to make good use of it, and not viceversa. The technology is not our enemy, is the way we use it, perhaps the pace of life so giddy that we have, which prevents us from having closer contact with people, but occasionally ourselves should give us time to change air. In my opinion it seems rather contradictory for a technology that tries to interconnect and interact with the internet and save time in our work, seeming to be getting just the opposite. I find it ironic accuse the mobile,the computer, Facebook or WhatsApp that separate us or that they take time to be with others when they are actually meant to help.
I do not believe that the increased amount of technology in modern day America has negatively influenced peoples lives. Although some may argue that the lack of social interactions is detrimental to our society, due to attitude of people, and the lack of social experiences. I disagree, the reason being is that the social interactions it has destroyed, it has made new ones that are much more valuable and memorable. It is true that there are games that you would play alone, but the majority of games are multi player. Which means you are playing with real life people all around the world throughout your gaming experience.
A very helpful tool that everyone carries around and uses on a daily basis. Negative factors of IPhone’s is that it’s such a lack of human interaction, resulted in the effect of how people not seeing each other in person to talk to each other. Positive factors of IPhone’s is that is has helps others with education and training within their needs. IPhones are considered the key to a nation 's economic growth. Transportation on IPhone’s has made an increasing in the change to the speed.
Anatomy Inc. tells us that the everyday human that owns a smartphone is already smarter and more up to date than a human with a cellphone or no cellphone. They say that this is true because when a person is given an opportunity to read the news on something they have every second or look something up whenever they want to, they gain the intellegence and can rely on it. In contrast to someone who doesnt have this resource they must go to a local computer or library and most people dont even think it is worth it, or forget what they were wondering about by the time they have the resource. In conclusion we can all agree that cellphones can save lives and they do every single day. They also can keep us in touch with our loved ones and give us opportunities to meet new people and expierience new things.
However, people are more connected to each other because they are always connecting. It does not mean that technology brings people together, technology actually separates people to have more time with their own world by starring on the screen on computers or smartphones (Parens). This shows that it is people themselves who use technology as a tool to make themselves connected ‘online’. Being connected to the technology all the time creates a gap in society where people are free to do anything at all, be whoever they want to be, and post or share whatever they would like. A lot of people tend to see technology and internet as a sweet taste of freedom that they overlook the point that every technology medium has bias.
Even if it was only for a few brief moments. She claimed that this was because in modern times you tend to stick out if you do not consistently use your phone. People are addicted to their phones and are swept up in Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and, Twitter. She thinks that once you start using your phone so frequently it becomes nearly impossible to prevent yourself from using it. She believes that people do not intentionally shut others out, but it is something that has become an important part of their daily routine.
I totally get the part where many people can plug and play these days but it’s not most of the people out there. Many people still don’t have internet access and computer uninformed. However, the situation is getting better and if I have to guess, in the future almost everyone on Earth will become computing educated. However, being computer literate does not mean having the ability to get the internet. Developing countries getting the internet is not hard but the situation is not like Friedman describes, “Every color of the rainbow will be able to enter the workforce…they’re hungry for your jobs”, It’s overly exaggerated.
Although the rst generation mobile phone has drawbacks such as high price and poor signal, the portability of mobile phone is good. So in the beginning, the mobile phone does not shake the mainstream telephone market. However, as the mobile phone technology continues to improve, more and more mainstream market turns to use the mobile phone. It is important to point out that the de nition of disruptive innovation does not include the need for one product to replace another. So after so many years, the xed-line telephone still has its certain demand in the speci c market.
To continue making strong bonds with peers it is very important to stay connected with them and to be connected internet comes handy for each and every individual. Internet these days have become a fundamental need for everyone. Due to easy access to internet, every individual feels connected to the thousands of friends of the virtual world. Peer relationship is correlated to the enhancement of the individual’s self esteem. It is also related to a person’s physical and psychological well being.