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Joe the mailman will no longer be coming to your door You wont have to go pick up your newspaper in the bushes at 600am anymore Libraries will be a thing of the past Why is this all happening Welcome to the information age Youve got mail is the sound most people are listening to No more licking stamps just click on the send icon and express delivery service will take on a whole new meaning The future is here Now a mouse is better known as a computer device rather than a rodent Surfing is being done over the Internet instead of at the beach Games are no longer bought at toy stores but are downloaded into our computers All of this new technology sounds fascinating but will it benefit more than it will hurt Think about my opening sentence catchy right Well think about it again What is going to happen to good ole Joe And those nice librarians what about them Will they be out of a job Will they be forced to operate computers that are foreign to them How do we as a society adjust to technological change The answer lies in societys ability to effectively measure the costs and benefits of technological change The rapid growth of technology brings with it a massive amount of hope but also despair Kids are growing up with computers They are learning more and faster than other generations could This is wonderful right Maybe not Will computers deplete the social skills kids need to mature Will being a member of America OnLine rather than a youth group prove to be helpful or the opposite Our generation will need to lead this technological revolution in the right direction We need to offset the obstacles in our path We need to make sure the flow of change is going to be a positive
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