The effects of technology

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4 responses to “The effects of technology

  1. Nithya

    ROFL…Absolutely funny…Loved every bit of this post 🙂

    but looking at the non-humour part of this post…
    We are so much dependent on the Internet and the computer, that we don’t have time to spend with our family members/friends non-virtually…we chat with our dad online, send an e-card to our mother on her birthday,scrap our close friend on orkut, but we never bother to meet them personally and exchange a conversation or two…i have been doing this for a very long time and I am not able to resist the magnetisation effect of the Internet 😀

  2. Priya Iyer

    niths,

    rightly said! i am fairly new to the world of the net, but i am already addicted to it. badly… but i do try to break out of my virtual life and lead a real life every now and then, as best as i can:-)

  3. Sathej

    Nice!I liked the two mouse buttons versus five fingers and the parents asking Andy to come down cartoons.
    There ought to be a limit to the time we surf.True,the net is a great boon and blogging is a nice way to let other know what you feel and also to get different view points on the same topic.But,done in excess,it isn’t pleasant.
    Sathej

  4. Priya Iyer

    sathej,

    very true!! rightly said…but technology is so very convenient and habit forming that we soon get addicted to it..

    too much of anything is harmful though 😦

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