Visits From Inside The Black Mirror

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Visits from Inside the Black Mirror “Over the last ten years, technology has transformed almost every aspect of our lives before we’ve had time to stop and question it. We have access to all the information in the world but no brain space left to absorb anything longer than 140- character tweets. ” Black Mirror TV Show, Charlie Brooker, Channel 4. Within this quote, Brooker says that people have sold their own ability to think independently just for all the information in the world at their fingertips. Technology has only deepened its grasp on consumers by becoming a necessity for conformity. The Visits from Inside the Black Mirror will interpret the consumers desire for social acceptance.
“From Victorian-era mad scientists to modern-day serial killers, new monsters appear as American society evolves, paralleling fluctuating challenges to the cultural status quo.” (Poole). Today’s modern monster is Technology. Technology controls people 's actions, their emotions, and influences their decisions. Take in the thought of holidays and special events. During those times consumers race to their local Best Buys and Apple stores just for the latest trends in technology. They spend hundreds of dollars on these time wasters. That false hope of acceptance and peace makes the drive for technology even more powerful.

In the year 2016 owning some form of technology is a necessity and without it the consumer is kicked out of society forever. This is proven within the smartphone
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