Topics: Mobile phone, Instant messaging, Text messaging Pages: 5 (2313 words) Published: October 31, 2014

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DannyFebruary 15, 2010 at 9:27 AM
Thesis : I disagree with Moore because I believe that technology is helping to build romance. Topic Sentence :
1. Online dating websites help people find their significant other. 2. A conversation over the internet saves embarrassment and awkward silence moments that happen over the phone or in person. 3. Texting helps couples communicate throughout their busy day. Reply

KathyFebruary 15, 2010 at 9:34 AM
Thesis Paragraph 1 -
Although meant to be for short brief messages,texting has become the new"cool" way of socializing in the world. Topic Sentence Paragraph 2-
Older People in general were not familiar with the functions of cell phones. Topic sentence paragraph 3-
What role does texting play in my life? Texting Plays a huge rule in my life and the life of my Acquaintances. Topic Sentence Paragraph 4-
Texting has become an addiction in my life and others as well. Thesis sentence Concluding paragraph-
In brief,text messaging plays a big role in the lives ofmy friends and family,I too. Reply
Patsy x3February 15, 2010 at 9:34 AM
First Essay
As Natalie Moore says in her essay “Rule of Thumbs: Love in the Age of Texting” I also believe that texting plays a bigger role than it should in the lives of many people. I am the perfect example of this because, sometimes my friends and I rather text than talk on the phone or meet up, my boyfriend is obsessed with texting, and I feel like I should ease down on the texting because is taking too much of my time. Topic Sentences:

1)First of all, texting plays a too big of a role on my life, but I feel like any other college student. My friends and I rather text than talk on the phone or meet up but it has its reasons. 2)Moreover, the fact that my friends and I usually only text is not the biggest of issue when it comes to texting in my life; my boyfriend is obsessed with texting he can be what Moore calls them another “Mr. Text-o-Rama.” 3)Finally, I feel like I should ease down on the texting because is taking too much of my time. Reply

Michael YllanesFebruary 15, 2010 at 9:36 AM
Thesis: That being said I agree with Natalie Moore, in Rule of Thumbs: Love in the age of texting, when she argues that texting is killing romance. Topic Sentence:
1. Texting is making people less voice expressive.
2. texting makes couples to argue more by violating their personal space. 3.texting is making people to have a poor communication when they are physically together. Reply
Rajah09'February 15, 2010 at 9:36 AM
Thesis Statment:
Text messaging has changed how teenagers use their mobile phones to communicate and co-ordinate their lives because it’s convenient, straight to the point, and easy to get your point across. Topic Sentence (2,3,4):

2., “Texting is a way of life”, it has provided a fun for today’s world(Mims 173). 3.In the same way, it gives you the advantage to get straight to the point. 4.In addition, it’s easy to get your point across because you’re in control. _Rajah Taylor EN-101-M08

evenaciFebruary 15, 2010 at 9:44 AM
Thesis: Text messages are opportune at times, when you need to say something quick.However, you can not hold a relationship through a text message. Topic Sentence:
1) First of all, texting is affecting relationship because couples do not longer talk. 2)Additionally, texting can end up a relationship simply because people can fall easily into a misunderstanding situation. 3)Moreover, texting is killing relationship because using this method to communicate couples can easy lie. Evelyn Cantillo...

JessicaStacey21February 15, 2010 at 9:45 AM
first essay:
thesis: As Natalie Moore argues in the essay, "The Rule of Thumbs: Love in the Age of Texting" the rage for text messaging is leading to less than desireable social interaction. topic sentence 1: Unfortunately, rather than individuals having the urge to interact with one another they are more interested in text...
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