Hey, everyone’s addicted to technology these days. Get over it, I say. Would you want to go back to the days when you had to be plugged into the wall to surf the net? Of course you wouldn’t. When you’re out in the pub with your mates, your wireless internet device solves more arguments than Phone a Friend ever did. And if you work for yourself, the ability to take your job with you wherever you go is a boon like no other.
There’s very little you can say against wireless internet – except that some wireless providers for example, verizon internet, haven’t yet developed a heart and allowed you to power as many wireless devices as you want from a wireless home connection. Most of them have an upper limit of five and some charge you for more than two. Which is frankly mean. You’re paying for the connection, why you shouldn’t use it howsoever you choose is beyond me.
Anyway, apart from that I can’t see a problem. The internet, properly used, is the single key resource in modern life. You can shop on it, you can interact on it and you can find things out on it. You can inform yourself and ensure that other stay informed. You can foment revolution. You can right wrongs. Read More