posted on May, 6 2017 @ 12:03 PM
This is a link that indicates the problems of interweb security and comfortability. Not only are these devices seen as tools that are digging humans
out of danger and the hold backs of the past primitive times and as a primary crutch to living life, but the technology is so successful that the
influenced now train the children to use it as a crutch from the earliest of years.
Oh how great it is to be able to photo capture every little thing that happens in life... or is it? There was over 1 TRILLION photos taken in 2015
alone. That matches or exceeds the entire amount of photos taken between the invention of the camera and the release of phone with cameras. Think
about that... pre webs, people took photos to mark momentous occasions... to make a connection to another human go unlost. It's quite the opposite
now... today's there's an overload of photos, that people could care less about how it attached to the moment of human history.
This is a solid test to see if your phone means too much to your life. If you leave your house for a full work day, and realize you're going to be
late if you go back to get your phone. Are you able to leave the phone at home, or does a return trip for the phone become mandatory? If it becomes
mandatory to go out into the world with the phone, or you'd sooner forget your head before your phone... then I'd go ahead and indicate that addiction
is present, and that the values of the phone being passed onto other humans is not of good intention and are biased in nature. It causes a bit of
dis-attachment to other humans in general. These are the people typically shopping for tablets to give to children. I could care less if my phone is
destroyed... I often go days without even a care to turn it on.
I'm not trying to say that I am able to connect with other humans easier because of my lack of care for the interwebs... I'm merely saying that I at
least have the time in my day to look around and be aware of what's going on around me. The awareness of what's going on around me is what expands on
my views that people are buried DEEP in those things. It's just too heart wrenching to stand next to a human in distress as I swipe through a world
of 1's and 0's to make coping with the world around me easier... it's nothing but an education to others, that feelings can go away or get less
hurtful if they are covered up with digital/superficial info.