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Technology is finicky. What was brand new yesterday is out of date tomorrow. Everything we do, from what we eat to how we get to work in the morning to the paper we read and the means that we read it, is predicated by some form of technology. While it is important to be aware of the constant evolution of technology, we must also be wary of the difficulties of keeping up.
Now one can send an e-mail or use a cell phone and be automatically connected coast to coast and continent to continent. As technology improves, people are put out of work and machines become antiques. One might consider this the new world's survival of the fittest. Today, current technology becomes obsolete technology as easily as the telegraph ridded the pony of its cross country route. The internet now gives access to online magazines and newspapers. Blogs allow people to express themselves poetically or ramble aimlessly. It is even possible to view independent films or the comical antics of some teenage kids, a person can find a job answering surveys or writing for a major newspaper. With the internet the possibilities are truly endless.
usually a long and painstaking process and unless one was unusually versed in the ability to build computers one often failed (Sysop, 2005). In just 30 years computers have changed so much that the boxy and slow originals are hardly considered relatives to today's sleek and slim counterparts. ...
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