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My brother and I are sitting in the living room sprawled on the couches watching Kids Next Door Suddenly the electricity goes offFirst thing I do is sit there in total darkness my head buried in my pillow saying Why now Why now then slap my brother with itYes and thats how we spend the next few hours waiting for the power come back on picking on each other So yes I believe that although technology has advanced us it has also definitely made us lazier less productive less human During the past century or so technology has become so sophisticated that now we are no longer amazed at the latest electronic gadgets and such We now know and understand the power of knowledge and science in our lives As hard as I try I cant imagine going for a day without using anything hi-tech The TV phone radio camera DVD and microwave have become an indispensable part of our daily lives They have facilitated our jobs and made it easier for us to do what we feel like when we feel like it But is that really for the best If I could chose between visiting my neighbors and surfing the Internet on most days I would pick the internet Why visit your neighbors when you can visit a whole new world Technology has had a major part in diminishing our social and ethical values and liquefying the bonds that once held cultures together Although technological innovations may seem like a step forward theyre actually a step back Every little invention today pulls us away from our own family friends and cultures We are using our brains less and less each day For example personally I cant perform a simple mathematical calculation without the use of a calculator I would also prefer the use of that tiny electronic dictionary instead of the old bulgy one So what do we do Id say there really
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