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Technology The Way of the Future The 90s has been a decade full of controversial and world changing events The first one I could think of would have to be the Persian Gulf War with Iraq I think that war brought together the United States stopped our fighting with each other and helped us focus on one common enemy Saddam Hussein The next thing we did was send troops to Haiti and to Somalia to help protect the people and the failing governments Once again the United States was brought together in a time of war However I believe that the one true Zeitgeist of the 90s isnt the wars that brought us together but the information and technology age that will break us apart The way that new products are being developed each day in the next 10 to 20 years almost everything will be automated and many being will be out of a job doing nothing The Internet is now one of the biggest things in the world today with the help of companies like American on Line CompuServe Prodigy Phillips Web Tv and all the other companies that are trying to get rich off of it They say people can stay in the safety of their home while they can shop talk to people online and even send things like birthday cards thanks to companies that advertise on the web like Hallmark and Disneys family page The Internet also offers a way to get information from a wide variety of sources like Comptons Encyclopedia and other useful tools The Internet offers all of this stuff for us to browse through without leaving our home that pretty soon no one will leave their home especially with newer technology coming out everyday Computers are the wave of the future and with modems and the Internet and now teleconferencing many more people will be staying at home while
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