Appreciating Technology

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Posted April 2, 2020

It’s easy to become mesmerized by the latest new technology innovations… things we’ve never seen before and maybe we didn’t think were possible.

What about the things we’ve become accustomed to?

It seems like nearly everything is accessible right from our phones or laptops: entertainment, news, education, food, clothing, etc.

It’s interesting to recognize how much of an impact this has on the way we live our lives.

We direct our questions to google, store years worth of photos on clouds and rely on the press of a button to contact someone instantaneously.

Today, more than ever, we count on the online world to deliver and receive important information about what is going on in our world.

The internet is only one of the countless socially ingrained technologies that was once brand new and unfamiliar.

This is worth appreciating!

This should also get you excited about what is to come!

What cutting edge technologies are you excited to see develop?

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