Essay on Red Pill Vs. Blue Pill : Burden Of Knowledge

1958 Words Sep 26th, 2016 8 Pages
Type IV
1) Minimum of eight well-constructed paragraphs including a solid introduction and conclusion [10 points]
2) Each paragraph in the body of the paper has an identifiable topic sentence and remains true to that topic sentence; all topic sentences logically relate to the title [24 points; 4 points each]
3) No grammar goodies or careless errors [30 points; 6 points each]
4) Minimum of three substantial and illustrative quotes for each story, all of which fit seamlessly into the body of the paper and all of which are properly cited [36 points; 4 points each Red Pill vs. Blue Pill: The Burden of Knowledge In modern day society, technology is a staple commodity. It helps us accomplish a myriad of tasks efficiently and within a time frame that we most likely would not be able to achieve without it. It helps us travel across continents in mere hours and even venture out of our atmosphere. Even more recently, as social media and communication is becoming a greater part of our culture than ever before, it enables us to connect absolutely."Knowledge is power" is a phrase often used in society, widely accepted as truth, and has most definitely earned its merit, as it 's those who possess knowledge who more often than not prosper in society. Yet, even while fully aware of its value, knowledge is still something feared greatly by many individuals.With the ever-increasing network made accessible to us through the use of technology and social media platforms also comes…

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