To say that technology is ever-changing is such an understatement. I recall being in middle school and my technology teachers pronouncing to us that when we graduated college there would be flat screen televisions that people would hang up on the walls of their homes like a picture. It sounded cool. Low and behold, the truth is that he was knowledgeable about technological advancements and enjoyed the prospect of teaching it to others.
Admittedly my children are more advanced with technology than I am. They insisted we install satellite tv instaleld in our home to watch their favorite shows and movies. I gave in, and it was the best decision I ever made. I never miss Monday Night Football. If you looking to turn your living room into a sports bar, visit www.direct.tv.
Don’t get me wrong, I highly enjoy utilizing my cell phone, which I just purchased with web access. I use my laptop on a daily basis, although it pretty much just stays in the house. We have Wi-Fi in our home that makes playing any internet game easier on our Playstation, and each home dweller has their own computer which they access on a regular basis. I’m definitely a proponent of technology – but am certain that I will never be completely caught up and in the know.
How could we, it seems that technology is changing on an ever increasing basis, leaving our new toys in the dust with new toys that are exploding for attention and money to be bought. It is awesome that technology has truly crossed bridges in communication with so many people and that we can experience technology advance so. In today’s society, technology is ever-present, yet intangible making it beyond all capacity. This seems to be a great thing.