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Books and Technology Is the Future of Printed Books in Jeopardy Technology has impacted our lives in innumerable ways It is so implemented into our daily lives that not a thought crosses our minds about how easily we are living Technology has changed our world significantly But has the computer made lifes activities too easy for us Are we becoming a lazy nation by sitting at home letting the computer think for us I feel that this is the case in some situations Although one can see the advantages of ordering certain products online like clothing or hard-to-get items must we resort to ordering everyday necessities like groceries over the computer I feel that if a person has to order online items that they can buy in their community he must be extremely lazy Computers are great for research but one must be sure that the information they are uncovering is credible Computers may make activities like filing or organizing much simpler yet people are not using their own minds to accomplish certain tasks Our minds are not going to grow if we depend on a machine to think for us Yes there is a plethora of information available to us on the Internet but is anyone applying it to everyday life Maybe so but there is nothing like researching your interests through your own motivation It is not hard to go to the library and read through books to gather information The many people who read for leisure probably cannot imagine reading their favorite novel on the computer One of the joys of reading is that you can be anywhere and still lose yourself in a book You can sit in bed or on your favorite chair and thumb through a book Books are imperative in the process of forming objectives Books may not exist in the future because of technology Technology has brought forth many inventions like audiobooks and the newly
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