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Disconnect Between People and Technology

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Since the new generation of kids and teens alike are born in a technological boom period, we are primarily driven by new tech and we are completely consumed by it.

It is seen all over the place with friends hanging out, but only looking at their phones exchanging occasional quiet murmurs here and there, lacking the social aspect friends would typically have. Our phones are practically attached to our hands to the point of where we rely on the comfort of our phone to make it through the day. People at concerts cannot help but record the entire performance on their phones, just so that they can show their friends what they are doing rather than watching the true experience.

It has been ingrained into our everyday lives with the average person checking their phone eighty-five times a day. We lack the ability to keep a balance between life spent on technology and life spent off, but we are not necessarily at fault due to the technological advances we are in the middle of. However, what we can do, is moderate the amount we use the tech we have.

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