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    of texting has exponentially improved. This is because, over the years, phones have become a stupendous phenomenon where you would find no less than the majority of young adult and above worldwide have a personal phone to their name. This is not the case 15 years ago. Phones back then were a luxury for the above average class of people. Now, after the outburst of technological advances, a phone or a smartphone is a necessity for every college student in the Midwestern universities. Thus, this growing necessity automatically rippled the mode of texting to greater waves. Furthermore, the actions of texting is also very simplistic where the writer and the reader of the text messages will go back and forth of their texts using keyboards or keypads built in their phones. Their fingers are used as it types the intended words and phrases of the writer into the text message. Then, when the writer is satisfied with his or her text, the text would then be sent by a flick of the finger. The text would be programmed in a series of codes and travelled through the wave signals in a flash then arrived at the intended reader. The reader would read the arrived messages and would then formulate a counter message if he or she wills. Hence, this method of communication is very active in nature. It involves two or more contributing person to complete the overall purpose of it. Other than that, texting is an easy way to communicate is also due to the fact that it is incredibly time saving. The…

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    Technology has significantly advanced for the past few decades, with abundance of inventions created by brilliant minds have filled the current world. One such brilliant inventor that made his name known in the inventing world back in the 1870s was Scottish-born American inventor Alexander Graham Bell, the founding father of the device that could transmit speech electrically; the telephone (Gray, 2011). The telephone was notably fashioned from his attempts to improve an invention that was…

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    created. In 1879 Thomas Edison created the light bulb. Since then the light bulb has been perfected countless times and it is truly a gigantic millstone on human history. If the light bulb were never invented we would miss out on all the activities that could be done at night. For example imagine driving without your headlights? I can’t imagine that because it is really dangerous. A far less drastic example would be just walking around your house after the sunsets. You would have to light…

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    year old chemistry professor believe that emailing is the solution to everything such as creating appointments or hanging out with friends. Tara supposes “when you ask for a phone call the expectation is that you have pumped it up a level”(Turkle 375). That is, when you ask for a phone call you are calling for something that can not be discussed over email that may be meaningful. For example, a family member that has been deceased. Additionally, Leonora claims that she uses emails to make…

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    My passion for Communication started from my high school when my teacher introduced me to the fact that telephone was first invented by Alexander Graham Bell. It made me curious that approximately 100 years ago when the telephone was invented; communicating with people who were far away from us was very difficult. The telegraph had already been invented, but it hasn’t been fast enough. It has caused some problems in urgent events. Telephone came and has solved these problems and also this was…

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    light bulb/electricity which is mainly associated with Thomas Edison, the airplane created by the Wright Brothers, the telephone created by Alexander Graham Bell and his partner Thomas Watson, and the automobile/assembly line which is mainly related to Henry Ford. These people and their inventions have had an unbelievable effect on our world today. I cannot imagine this world without any of these inventions. There are many prominent inventions of the late 19th century, but I truly believe that…

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    Technology has helped yet hinder everyday life. It affects everyone and how they communicate to each other. It connects people and businesses to be able to share anything they would like. It also keeps families in touch whenever they need to talk. There are a variety of options to communicate with others. It is also the simplest form of communication when connecting to family and friends from far away. You can catch up on their lives through pictures and quick updates. As the world is rapidly…

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    Technology has rapidly consumed the lives of men, women, and children throughout the modern world. Some would even go as far as saying society as a whole has become obsessed with technology. When people hear the word technology they automatically think cell phones and social media. Technology is much more than the world wide web. Technology involves the creation and utilization of technical means and their relationship with life, society, and the environment. Forms of technology one would not…

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    Do you remember the first time you asked someone out? Do you remember what you said and the emotions you felt? Did you ask through text, over the phone, or in person? The Initial Ask calls for a checklist of criteria, all of which are covered in the second chapter of Modern Romance: By Aziz Ansari. Whether you’re calling or texting or even meeting in person, asking out your love interest can be tricky. Our tech based society is filled with communication possibilities. The most prevalent means…

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    overview by Pew Research Center, led Feb. 18-21 among 1,002 grown-ups, finds that practically indistinguishable shares of Republicans (56%) and Democrats (55%) say that Apple ought to open the San Bernardino suspect’s Phone to help the FBI 's continuous investigation(www.people-press.org). By differentiation, independents are isolated: 45% say Apple ought to open the iPhone, while about the same number of (42%) say they ought not open the telephone to guarantee the security of their other…

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