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Technology Induced Idiots

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March 9, 2013 in Street Art



Appears that time is rapidly approaching… google glasses will be the end of us! lol [shared from fb]

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8 responses to Technology Induced Idiots

  1. This is an awesome post

  2. Here’s somebody else Operation Paul Revere entry that touches on this subject. I just finished watching it and it’s pretty good! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4bSgKbugJ-s

    I need to learn how to narrate but I’d probably mispronounce words lol

  3. This infuriates me to no end when I’m on a date, and she’s constantly on her cell phone. They are definitely not a potential prospect and kicked. I don’t see how parent’s allow this behavior with their children at the dinner table. Not going to happen in my house.

    • Me neither. People really need to regain their humanity because soon enough this technology will be implantable and I’d rather not be amongst a bunch of zombie cyborgs.

  4. So true I don’t know how we are going to win with everyone addicted to entertainment….. even I am addicted….. I need to stop playing video games…..

    • You don’t have to stop playing video games, just do it a lot less. Even I play video games every once in a while and have sources of entertainment. But it is destructive once it becomes a habit and lives become shaped around entertainment. Number one priority should be our advancement, not being static in front of a box.

  5. no it is just young people keeping up with the emergent technology, wether we like it or not tecnology is our future and if you dont understand the technology you are left behind.

    i do understand theat people seem to be living their life through the camera of a smart phone and the majority of the interactions they have with other people tend to be via social media or texting but if this technology was avaliable to the baby boomers rather than gen y they would have used it in a similar fashon, and maybe they would have been more enducated about the world around them than the average baby boomers is.

    it is not ‘kids today’ it is human nature

    • That’s very true.. It’s not technology that I see as a threat but a dependance thereof. Once people stop thinking for themselves and start to ask the ‘robots’ everything for conformation, then we will have a problem. I was born in 1989 and have grown up alongside the internet and many of these technologies. Though I do see the benefits, there are obvious downsides especially for those who become obsessive with the devices. I am probably one of the last people to never had a smart phone and I honestly find that a blessing. I use to have a cell phone years ago and it is actually quite disturbing to have felt the necessity of carrying it all the time. And don’t get me started on social networks like facebook and how addictive some people become to it. Their thought processes eventually begin to manipulate around such a petty virtual society.

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