Comment to It’s not supposed to make sense in context

Hi!

I can see your point on how technology is making the lives of us humans better and easier. You say in the beginning of your post, “Ask anyone who grew up in the 80′s and 70′s, and they’ll most certainly tell you we’re living in a computer revolution;” I think this is true because of how we are living in a society where computers and technology dominate. On the contrary, you also state at the end of your post, “We’ve got a long way to go before we’re ready for any sort of revolution.” So, are you saying it is a revolution we are in, or are we not even close to a revolution yet? To me, I think we are because of the way we have cell phones doing practically everything a person does a computer. Also, I think from this revolution, we are going to see more and more technological advancements in the future. Overall, the question is, are we in a revolution, or have we not gone through one yet?

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