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Computers are the future whether we like it or not Some people dislike computers because of the complications it takes to understand the basics Computers are not exactly the easiest tools to work with but they are the most rewarding and they are the future Future cars will all be run by computer You will be able to talk to a car and it will take you to your destination Telephones are technically computerized You will soon be able to talk to a person on the telephone as well as look at the person you are talking to on a television set Also television is computerized Soon we will have true three dimensional television We will be able to watch television like we never have watched it before We will be able to touch the characters and feel the characters like they were in the room with you For people who dont know much about computers you will be lost in the future You should learn what you can while you still have the chance because things will develop too quickly for you and you will not be able to cope with new technological events Computers will fall into careers and our everyday life more rapidly then you think Perhaps you would like to be a teacher You will store all class data students work names grades records all accessible by computer Or how about a doctor You will use computers to examine and evaluate a patients problem quicker and more efficiently These are only a few examples The bottom line is computers provide worthwhile careers Having a job that involves computers in terms of the conditions is very much similar to any office job In most of the common jobs the worker will get to an office in the morning sit at a desk in front of a computer and will do very little manual labor except a lot of
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