Comment to mccarleyr


You state, “I definitely don’t think computers or the internet have decreased our capacity to do anything. I believe these tools greatly expand what we are able to accomplish individually as human beings and as a collective society;” I agree with you on how the technology within the world today “expands” what we are able to do on a daily basis. On the other hand, I do think that the Internet and computers have just a little bit, changed how we think and do things now. I think you have many good points within your post, but I do feel as though technology has changed the way we think and do our daily life things.




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