Internet has made us lazy or fast???

@schummi (925)
May 31, 2008 5:58am CST
With just a click of mouse we are provided first class information on any topic we are interseted in but still i think we are too lazy that we dont value that information becouse we have gained that information very easily.I think thats the difference between information and wisdom.... On internet we are gaining information but not wisdom. What do you say/???
5 responses
@checapricorn (16066)
• United States
1 Jun 08
It depends for me since there are still people who won't stop after getting the information online and will use those informations outside or in real life, the informations gathered help them to make correct judgment and decisions in life.
• United States
1 Jun 08
but I agree about making us lazy! I find myself sometimes compromising my routine and work it fast just to spend more time online and just sit down..lOL
@alcazar (762)
• India
31 May 08
internet has surely made us lazy eventhough it offers more information at a quicker pace we dont seem to understand its importance.
@JudithP (295)
• Canada
31 May 08
When I first got online I was overwhelmed with the amount of information I had access to. A lot of my friends got addicted to the chat rooms but it wasn't something that interested me. I thought of the internet as having the worlds largest library in my own little back room. I now use this info and work from home making a living. So I feel I've gained some wisdom. My time on line is precious to me and without it I would be one of the many unemployed. So in answer to your question, I think it depends on how we use the information we have collected.
@leafgxu (473)
• China
31 May 08
In my opinion, Internet has made us lazy. Many people now just like to sit in front of the computer and do less sports outside.
• Malaysia
31 May 08
Internet make most people lazy, and as garfield1 said, fat. We just sit in front of computer, almost everything can be done, that's why most people lazy to go out and not doing any sport, which cause the problem of fat.