Are we as humans addicted to our cell phones?
December 29, 2008 8:55pm CST
Techonology is all arond us, improving and becoming extinct. Almost every human has a cell phone(at least in America). But this conforting little cellular device can help us in times of need but where do we draw the line. There isn't a day that goes by that you can't look to your left or right and not see someone with a cell phone. They are either texting, or talking. Schools are even finding it difficult to limit the cell phone use, kids are finding sneaky ways to use it. We can't seem to go about an hour without talking to our friends about useless information. How much can one talk about in a day. Surely we must run out eventually? Our phones are practically attached to our ears. What happens when the technological world hits a dead end? Can we give up cell phones and other technologies or are our lives too intergrated into with them that we couldn't manage without?
• United States
30 Dec 08
The only time I really use my cell phone is when I'm trying to reach someone. I keep in touch with my parents now that I've moved away from home, and family. I don't really talk just to talk on it anymore, although there was a time when that was all I felt like doing. It passed as I got older, I guess. Now I have texting, which is enjoyable when I don't feel like talking, especially, but it's still not a feature that I'd die without, it's just more convenient. :)