A "F grade" for my quiz which I corrected 8 out 10 questions was a shock for me. The first thing I did was asking my teacher what happened with my quiz. After we checked all the answers, my teacher realized that her computer made a making mistake. Therefore I realized that even a computer made mistake; computers may have revolutionized the way we live and work, but what would happen if they all suddenly crashed? As we increasingly rely on computers to get through the day, the question begs to be asked: have we become too dependent on computers?
People has one thing that distinct with other is thinking. We create everything to make our life become easier. Since computer was invented, it was listed as one of the greatest inventions that changed the world. Computers have found their way into just about every aspect of our lives, and in most cases, they make things easier for us. They allow us to work from home, socialize with our friends and family who live too far away to visit, and they provide an ever-welcome stress relief when we come home from school or work and just want to have some fun. Even if we don’t note it, most everything we do and every aspect of our life is affected by modern technology with computers. People have often compares computers to brains. However, brains are not computers. One of negative technological effects is on children's education, and computers blamed for that. "How do you spell 'colleague'?" is a question that my American friend asked me while we were working on our project. This question reminds me about the "Spelling Bee" program on television. The first time I watched I wondered why they created this program. Is it weird that you can read and speak a word, but you cannot remember how to write it? Well, it does not if you notice that your ability to remember words is going down the hill because of technology. In the past few years, many teachers have taken to shuffling their students off to a computer to type out short,...
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