Influence of Technology on Our Daily Lives

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Influence of Technology on Our Daily Lives

By | August 2008
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There is almost no place that you can go where technology hasn’t been used. Technology affects our daily lives in everything that we do; it saves time, creates a world of endless learning, and makes traveling to halfway around the world effortless. Technology greatly reduces the time it takes to perform lives everyday tasks. Daily chores such as mowing the grass or doing the dishes have been reduced from hours to twenty minutes with the invention of the automatic dishwasher and gas powered lawn mower. New technologies have even eliminated the time it takes to read books when you can download the audio book off of iTunes to listen to on your iPod. In the work place machines have eliminated many of the hand labors of molding parts and assembling products creating a great surplus of extra hours to finish other works and increasing production. The internet brings the world to your finger tips where you can have an endless amount of learning. The information that can be stored on a computer or accessed on the internet is infinite. With a simple word search in Google you can receive millions of results of information on one topic. While you sit at home on your computer you can virtually visit any country you wish with pictures, information, and videos that create the feel that you are there. Technology has also invented libraries and stores online where you can buy or borrow as many books that you could ever want to read. The inventions of transportation have been a major advancement in the world of technology. What in past would seem impossible is now a simple plane flight of a couple of hours. The creation of the automobile makes traveling from one destination to another effortless and time efficient. Technology has even eliminated the headache of climbing a ten story building with modern lift systems such as the elevator. In the work place businesses can create crucial foreign affairs by being able to visit other nations, increasing their revenues greatly. To...

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