Technology has come a long way since the early days when people started inventing simple gadgetsr It has changed people’s lives—either for better or worse It may be considered a privilege to live in the Information Age. In only eight years’ time, a massive public event can change with the presence of either smart phones or tablets. This is a significant change because people now have a way of easily recording events wherever they go and transmitting images or videos of those events to anyone in the world.
Gone are the times when people used to travel long distances in order to share things with other people Technology such as the Internet has effectively done away with concerns such as physical borders and time constraints, This has changed the world in a massive way because people are now more electronically connected than ever before.
It also means that knowledge and information may be easily disseminated at the touch of a button People can teach each other and learn from each other without necessarily being physically present in the same area.
On the whole, I do not believe that this change is either good or bad. It is simply a significant change for the reasons described above. What determines whether it is good or bad is the way that people use it. Information may be shared in order to build people up or to tear them down To conclude, technology has changed the way that people experience big events. However, it hasn’t changed what people really are deep down inside: beings with the urge to preserve experiences and share them with others.
I have a feeling that this will always remain true no matter how advanced technology becomes.