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According to Roger Rosenblatt in his article Why I Dont Compute computers are not at all beneficial and can be harmful He states that it is a slow method for writing that it isolates people and that it is not a good source for research His article is almost completely misguiding besides his one semi good point There are many different reasons that people find computers beneficial and Rosenblatt seemed not to try to address them This could be because he does not know much about computers at all Rosenblatt argues that a computer is slower than a typewriter and even handwriting He believes that the fast and easy corrections which a computer provides leave a writer with a feeling of loss of their creativeness I disagree with this point because I do not believe that a creative writer is not going to let a computer stand in the way of their creativeness Rosenblatt also argues that when a writer has to make corrections they have to start all over again from the beginning I do not see how this makes any sense because if the writer makes the mistake while typing on a computer then they would make the same mistake when hand writing or typing on a typewriter Either way they would eventually realize they made a mistake and have to make the correction A computer just finds the mistake sooner In other words it is not the computers fault the writer makes a mistake and if they want to start their work all over from the beginning then that is their choice Rosenblatt insists in his article that a computer isolates its user A computer does not have the power to isolate anyone It is actually the person who isolates themselves and that is not necessarily a horrible thing Studies show that having access to use the internet and computers increases self esteem because of the development of computer skills and gives
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