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Everyday life would be extremely different today if we did not have technology or electricity That is a blessing and a curse at the same time In the current day technology makes it easier and safer than ever before but with technology it makes humans lazier than ever before In the article How Technology is changing the Way Children Think and Focus by a professor from the University Of San Francisco Jim Taylor PhD The article is pretty self-explanatory when you read the title of the article The author makes a couple comparisons from people who do not use a lot of technology and people who live their life around technology The author uses a metaphor from some other author comparing a children that do not have a lot of screen time and read a lot and children whom which they live their life around their cell and television He compares the child that reads a lot to a scuba diver because the child is quieter visually restricted and at a slower pace with less distractions With fewer distractions the child would be able to focus more on whatever he or she would like to pay attention to than the child with more distractions on who cannot focus so well The other comparisons were to a child that lives their young life around technology like most children these days to a person riding a jet ski When riding a jet ski there is different distraction everywhere around you When there are so many distractions around someone with such a young mind they cannot adapt to learn how to focus all their attention on one distraction at a time so they can solve a problem as they proceed As this essay comes to a close technology in todays world is a blessing and a curse at the same time It affects our children in positive and negative ways More negative than positive and it is
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