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EVIL TIME THIEVES OF TECHNOLOGY What has no wings but knows how to fly The answer is being used up as you read this paper Our society today is so focused on making technological advancements that they dont notice the changes that are happening around them Everyone is hooked up to the net people are watching their televisions and peoples kids are playing video games Society is being consumed by an electronic time thief This monster is getting bigger as technology feeds it the fuel it needs to consume what is priceless and valuable to everyone With more technological advancements being discovered and invented everyone is able to live an easier and more luxurious life You can with the net have conferences with co-workers while in your bed with your lap top you can shop on television and books have been integrated into video games making books for kids fun The twenty-first century looks bright as technology carries it in the future however this could change if everyone abuses the new technology It could change their lives and the way they function as people When you abuse the internet television and entertainment like video games they can easily turn into an addictive drug that will consume your life inside out Technology can be a benefit to mankind or it can become an electronic time thief and can steal and consume your life It all depends on how you use the resources of technology and your own personal time Time flys when youre having fun Do you remember the 1980s when Atari came out with the very first in home video game system I was four years old when I played my very first video game From personal experience as a little boy it was very fun and entertaining Video games for me eventually became a time thief I was addicted to video games I loved playing Pong on Atari I could never seem
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