Technology - The Fuel of the World Essay

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In today’s world, in general, life moves faster. Daily routines would not feel complete without technology. Often it is believed that technology becomes worthless when one does not know how to use it. Without the internet or television millions of people would go without the news and events happening at the waking moment. Along with the advances in technology comes a great dilemma to be explored of when an overload of technology has been reached and may result in destruction of mankind. Technology includes most products that are manufacturer in factories every day. Take iPods for example, they provide the soundtrack to many people’s lives but mainly routines. IPods are a pretty vague subject but the difficulty to narrow and limit…show more content…
(Apple) Also they are being used, experimentally, to bring criminals to justice. An unknown federal district court used an iPod to hold important wire-tap transmissions in a large drug-conspiracy case. Apparently they used an iPod because of convince, being easier than storing evidence on tapes or compact discs. Today’s world moves so fast that people can barely keep up with daily activities, let alone themselves. Between making a dollar, to putting food on the plate many people’s priorities are not at the gym. Any person who trains or exercises will tell you they need a “trainer replacement”. Nothing but an iPod does this quite well enough. The iPod along with iTunes can become one of the most deadly weapons at the gym. To better one’s workout Nike and Apple have teamed up to create Nike + iPod. This Nike + iPod kit is a device that records and measures your distance and pace of a walk or run. When a kit is purchased, it comes with a sensor located inside a shoe of the customer’s choice. Keeping track of one’s distance, pace, elapsed time, and most importantly the amount of calories you have burned. Only owning an iPod allows one to accomplish this as the program does not work with other mp3 players. (Apple, Nike + iPod) New places and cities, for some, are very exciting. Instead there are millions out

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