How many times you used your phone or use the computer? What if you did not have any of those things, how would it change your life? Frank Newport emphasized that 59% uses too much internet and 58% are always using their smart phone through the ages of 18 to 29. We are living in a society where technology is fascinating and provoking. There are lots of advantages that technology gives us. And we rely on it to help us in jobs, school works and other efforts. Everyone in days uses technology, it’s like unavoidable. But is this a good thing or a bad thing? Our life has transform and still continues transforming each time a new creation is invented. Even though I love my iPad and iPhone, I think that soon or later depending on technology will end being a bad thing. I see people with a lot of problems with dependence on the technology.
Now on days we are living in a time where living without technology is like living without air. The majority of people use their cell phones glued to their ears. The other day I was thinking and seeing how much students use their cell phone the university. According to Ellen Gibson (2011) more than a third part of U.S own a smart phone and two thirds sleep with their phones right next to their beds. We can see that everyone has been obsessed with their electronic devices. Since people have increased their obsession with technology, children are too obsessed with technology, spending too much time on their computers or TV and they do not leave the house. Due to this they don’t go outside to play and to excise like it was in the past. What if children only get more dependent to technology and never go outside to play? There health would not be that great because they will not run outside or do exercise. Lindsay Hutton emphasized that children spent nearly 7 ½ hours using two or more devices. In this day it feels that if technology continues to advance the more people is becoming dependent on it. We are losing our skill to think with...
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