Does your habit change with technology?

@amadeo (70702)
United States
May 26, 2016 3:26pm CST
Good afternoon.Are you enjoying this wonderful day. Before we had all this technology.What were you doing? Then this comes along and our habit change.How are we going to adapt to all of this.I know my habit has change a lot.If we do not change then this does not matter.We all use our cell phone to find the best prices on things. Everywhere you go .This is happening.Yes,our habit do change. We all know that we can save money buy doing this. I depend on Technology.How about you do you depend on this? I be lost without my GPS photo is public domaine
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19 responses
@jaboUK (54872)
• United Kingdom
26 May 16
Technology hasn't taken over my life, but I enjoy being on the computer. I don't have GPS, a smartphone, tablet etc.
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@amadeo (70702)
• United States
26 May 16
@jaboUK I am sure that most of us enjoyed being on our computer
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@Hatley (164507)
• Garden Grove, California
26 May 16
Yes we are s ucked in and you get addicted to our computers and we cannot dio wityout them I am on mylot all day now I have anew one and it takes some new lkearnjngbut IL willk do it.lol t
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@amadeo (70702)
• United States
26 May 16
@Hatley you will master your new one.
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@sharon6345 (135854)
• United States
26 May 16
I use my phone for swagbucks and a few calls. I can go days without call coming in on my cell phone that is how little I use it.
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@amadeo (70702)
• United States
26 May 16
@sharon6345 same here.I rarely on my phone.More on the computer though
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• United States
26 May 16
I would be lost without my little laptop..I dont have a smartphone Fredo. Right about now if did not have technology, I would be bored I guess. I would watch tv with Mom is all.
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@amadeo (70702)
• United States
26 May 16
@TiarasOceanView Okay,so you see it does change your habit?
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• United States
26 May 16
@amadeo Oh yes indeed it does no doubt about it Fredo.
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@Tampa_girl7 (25842)
• United States
26 May 16
We really depend on our cellphones.
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@amadeo (70702)
• United States
26 May 16
@tampa_girl yes,we got rid of the land line phone.
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@PainsOnSlate (20422)
• Canada
27 May 16
I use the GPS in the car, still no cell phone in my house. I still look forward to camping in the mountains where there is no connections, no cell phones, no electricity.....just love it!
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@jstory07 (69265)
• Roseburg, Oregon
26 May 16
I can get loss with a GPS.
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@meowch (1056)
• United States
26 May 16
It's so hot today 91 degrees I only have an electric fan on. Before technology I was spending time with friends. To be honest I need technology, life has gotten a bit easier because of it. I use my cell phone for researching information online, to finding good music, and even keeping in contact with family and my friend.
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@amadeo (70702)
• United States
26 May 16
@meowch so this is changing your habit?
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@meowch (1056)
• United States
27 May 16
@amadeo it does
@rina110383 (24070)
26 May 16
No, I don't. My phone is only intended for texting & calling. It is not wifi capable, no camera & other sophisticated features. I just use my phone as an alarm clock. If not sleeping, it's kept inside my bag.
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@amadeo (70702)
• United States
26 May 16
@rina Gotcha.
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@CRK109 (14435)
• United States
27 May 16
The biggest change that technology brought to my life was my husband. I met him online back in 1995. Best thing that ever happened to me!
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27 May 16
Technology has crept up like a ninja cat, to the extent that I wonder how on earth I coped without it. It's as if it was always in existence and pre-technology memories are slowly disappearing from my head. The scary thing is that there are teenagers now who have never known any different and they're having babies! I think I must be getting old.
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@teamfreak16 (41175)
• Colorado Springs, Colorado
26 May 16
I don't own a GPS, but I do all of this on my phone. Without this technology, I'd have to go to the library and you only get an hour of computer time a day. I wouldn't be as active on the site.
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@JudyEv (130588)
• Bunbury, Australia
30 May 16
I don't have a phone but I spend a lot of time on the internet. Without it, I'd probably have a cleaner house!
• Austin, Texas
27 May 16
My habit only changed because I wanted to find productive and profitable work to do, since I don't have a job outside the home. Have worked a 9 to 5, every since graduating from the university in 1976. Since 2007, I have been working at home using a computer with Internet access. I'm glad that the Internet is made available through companies who provide the service to private homes. To be honest, technology has helped me keep my sanity.
@andriaperry (56590)
• United States
27 May 16
I am still old school and rely on maps I do enjoy writing online and printing coupons. I do enjoy learning online. But for the most part I go to work without a computer. I only use the cell phone for calls. I can live with or without it.
@LoriAMoore (4670)
• United States
27 May 16
I barely use any of the features on my smart phone and I don't use my GPS because I never go anywhere new
@Fleura (7194)
• United Kingdom
27 May 16
yes but not in the same way as you, I never use a cell phone or GPS, but I rely on email for work and social matters.
@MGjhaud (20679)
• Philippines
27 May 16
its going to be so hard for me to live everyday without a phone or any gadgets that will connect me to the Internet.
@Gina145 (3974)
• Johannesburg, South Africa
27 May 16
When I'm at home I spend far too much time using my computer, but when I go out the only technology I really make us of is my camera. My cellphone is only with me in case of emergency and it doesn't even have the internet activated on it.