Topics: Mobile phone, Internet, Laptop Pages: 2 (465 words) Published: November 15, 2012
In today’s world Hyperconnectivity and technology is developing faster than ever. People are buying and using products more and more for everyday uses. They have become very helpful in today’s world. But users are becoming addicted to these products, and are often overusing the product every chance they get. Things have changed a lot in these past fifteen years, but technology has changed the most. Hyperconnectivity has changed the world and the way people live and think so much that people are asking themselves, “am I using the product or is the product using me.” Through out this essay I will be comparing and contrasting the pros and cons of hyperconnectivity. People 20 years ago had no idea of what technology was going to be like. They had simple things such as Books, home phones, newspapers, mail and radios. If you needed to look up some information a library was available, if you wanted to see a movie time or find out recent world news, newspapers where what you used. Mail as well, you had to wright out your message, get a stamp and an envelope and send it out. Hyperconnectivity in general has made everything a lot easier for simple tasks. Instead of going to the library you can now use the Internet. Internet allows you to have all the information you need on your computer, laptop or smartphone whenever you need it. A lot of things come with Internet. Things such as E-mail accounts, social networks, and different types of entertainment. So having the Internet eliminates having to use libraries, mail and newspapers. Cellphones are now becoming smart phones, which are small computers that you can carry wherever you go. They allow you to access the Internet and allow you to speak to people wherever you are. Internet is a great source of information, a person can learn almost anything using the internet. Hyperconncectivity seems as if it is flawless but it has its cons. People are becoming addicted to the products and growth of the products....
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