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  1. #1
    cate
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    Since all this new technology came there have been changes in patterns
    of leisure, attitudes, and changes in work and study.. Not to mention
    privacy! Let me know how you feel pleease.. How do you think recent
    developments in phones and media are impacting society today?


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  2. #2
    Horson Buggy
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    Re: mobile phones impact on society


    "cate" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >
    > Since all this new technology came there have been changes in patterns
    > of leisure, attitudes, and changes in work and study.. Not to mention
    > privacy! Let me know how you feel pleease.. How do you think recent
    > developments in phones and media are impacting society today?
    >
    >

    ..... people tend to be less focused and more easily distracted - they put
    their life(and others) on hold to answer a cell.





  3. #3
    Todd Copeland
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    Re: mobile phones impact on society

    "cate" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > privacy! Let me know how you feel pleease.. How do you think recent
    > developments in phones and media are impacting society today?


    It still hurts when they are thrown hard enough.





  4. #4
    buck rojerz
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    Re: mobile phones impact on society

    "Horson Buggy" <[email protected]> wrote in
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    >
    > "cate" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >>
    >> Since all this new technology came there have been changes in
    >> patterns of leisure, attitudes, and changes in work and study.. Not
    >> to mention privacy! Let me know how you feel pleease.. How do you
    >> think recent developments in phones and media are impacting society
    >> today?
    >>
    >>

    > .... people tend to be less focused and more easily distracted - they
    > put their life(and others) on hold to answer a cell.
    >
    >


    Well... sort of. You do the exact same thing at home, with your home
    phone. The problem now is only more noticeable, because it is multiplied
    exponentially, by the fact that you are now... always with your phone.

    It is a paradigm shift that will forever changed society. We are never
    going to be without some sort of direct communication again, unless we
    make a conserted effort to do so.

    It will soon be as accepted as breathing. Perhaps not by choice, but
    rather by peer response and pressure. It is here to stay.

    Our grandchildren will likely have instant communication ability, from
    the day they start school, if not earlier.

    Just my $.02

    buck



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