By Alexander Burbello Since paper was first invented by the Egyptians, call ed papyrus, and later reinvented as the paper we use today by the Chinese, we have been consuming more and more paper every day. Do you know how many trees are required to produce paper?
Jun 4, One way or the other, technology affects almost everything we do today and it also influences most of our plans for the future.
In our everyday life, we owe mass media and technology for our modern way of life. When we use a cellular phone to call our friend, watch a DVD on television, listen to songs recorded on a CDlisten to radiosurf the internet for news, read newspapers to get knowledge about the world or the magazines for entertainment or fashion, we enjoy the benefits of information communications technology.
The revolutionary developments in the mass media have changed it from the old stand-alone technologies to the new convergent technologies. One form is now a convergence of two other forms. We have come a long way since the time ' kabootars ' were the messengers or there were 'Doots' human messengers or other ancient message delivery systems.
Nowadays delivering a message quickly and efficiently by various forms of mass media is like a piece of cake. Media content delivered through the television provides audio-visual appeal. With the ecommerce and social networking sites, the world has come close to us.
Newspapers provide us with the detailed stories with a morning cup of tea, whereas, for the tech- savvy generation, e-papers serve the purpose as they can be accessed from anywhere and anytime.
Radio commercials and popular TV shows attract a larger audience. Delivering content to the masses is no longer a task that is as cumbersome as it used to be. What would we be without technology? Without it, knowledge would not have been disseminated as efficiently throughout the world.
The message would have been hard to deliver to the right audience at the right time at the right place. Without mass communicationour technological growth would most certainly have been stunted from lack of information.
It is difficult to imagine our lives without the various forms of media. In fact, right from dusk to dawn, it is 'technology' that makes our life easier.Next, I feel a cell phone is a technology I cannot live without because, what would you do if there was a emergency and you had no way to contact anyone.
Imagine you driving down the road and someone just hits you, what are you going to do if you can’t call anyone and you are hurt. Apr 18, · Although millennials “grew up with the Internet,” gen z cannot imagine a world without it.
The difference, however, is that gen z appears to have a very positive relationship with technology. Jun 16, · Let's spend a day in a world without science: AM - oops, no one knows time in this world.
Obvious, isn't it? Even the old Egyptian shadow clocks require science. Let's call it Morning. 3.
Lion's roar (well, do you expect yourself to be living in a 2BHK flat in this world?) 4. Hyena's laughter. Well this was a sight, no shoes, wrinkled clothes, hair a mess, even Moms hair, without the hair care inventions of Madam C.J. Walker, well you get the picture.
The 10 things you will miss the most without electricity at home after a power outage or grid-down. To go without electricity for a couple of hours is a bad enough experience for most, but imagine the horror if the power grid were to stay down for days, or even weeks!
Imagine a world without money where the world’s resources is considered the common heritage of Humanity, and is developed to the best for everyone on this planet. This sound’s like utopia, but there are many people who are daring to think in this direction.