Technology

1.Has Technology made somethin” rel=”nofollow”>ing obsolete? Research and Share …do not post the obvious ..impress me with your research > Conversation Starter With the onset of computer-generated images, it is now
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2.Has a recent technology changed a certain” rel=”nofollow”>in social behavior? Discuss an example. Technologically determin” rel=”nofollow”>inistic language still exists in” rel=”nofollow”>in many technology related advertisements and marketin” rel=”nofollow”>ing
campaigns. Research, Identify and share what you fin” rel=”nofollow”>ind with the class > Conversation Starter The declin” rel=”nofollow”>ine of eye contact with the rise of smart phones use is well-documented. Check this
article:http://www.news.com.au/entertain” rel=”nofollow”>inment/celebrity-life/royals/the-queen-is-sick-of-smartphones-and-misses-eye-contact-from-crowds-us-ambassador-spills/news-
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