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  • 1. TechnologyImage by: dragonflaiii
  • 2. technological gadgetsImage by: Miss Karen
  • 3. computers TVImage by: Alan_D
  • 4. 3texting Facebook13.8Image by: Don Harder
  • 5. gamescartoonsImage by: tempophage
  • 6. Kids won’t knowwhat it’s like to sharea story or actuallylook someone inthe eyes.That’s sad.…
  • 7. INTERNETImage by: Joe Hart
  • 8. Everything a person needs or wantsImage by: Jordonhill School D&T Dept.
  • 9. "I fear the day when the technology overlaps with ourhumanity. The world will only have a generation ofidiots.“ --Albert EinsteinImage by: Wonderlane
  • 10. Image by: Ryan Boyles
  • 11. Image by: Gigi Ibrahim
  • 12. Image by: Christina Jennifer
  • 13. Image by: Lululemon Athletica
  • 14. Image by: Emiliam Robert Vicol.
  • 15. How do we know a person is living the lifetheir social networks portray if we do notspeak to or KNOW THEM PERSONALLY?Image by: Witness
  • 16. Image by: Jere Keys
  • 17. Image by: Flavia
  • 18. Little brother was consumed with his laptop and smartphoneand filtered Instagram photos seemed to be the only reason forcapturing memories.Image by: joel Bombardier
  • 19. Image by: Tanya Down
  • 20. Friendships aren’t physicalanymore because of technology.Image by: Jhayne
  • 21. Image by: John-Morgan
  • 22. TEXTINGImage credit: European Parliament
  • 23. The hours spent textingcould be time spent catchingup over a drink and lunch.Image by: Melika Carr
  • 24. Image by: SelbeB
  • 25. CREDITSAll photos used are from Flickr. All photos used are All Rights Reserved and Licensed underCreative Commons Noncommercial Alike 3.0Thomas, Liz, and Paul Revoir. "Computers and TV take up half our lives as we spend seven hours a day usingtechnology." Mailonline. Associated Newspapers Ltd, 19 Aug 2010. Web. 17 May 2013.<http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1304266/We-spend-7-hours-day-using-technology-computers-TV-lives.html>.Keating, Fiona. "Get a smartphone? You probably check Facebook FOURTEEN times a day." Mailonline. AssociatedNewspapers Ltd, 28 Mar 2013. Web. 17 May 2013. <http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2300466/Smartphone-users-check-Facebook-14-times-day-admit-looking-movies.html>.Cafferty, Jack. "Technology replacing personal interactions at what cost?." CNN. CNN TV, 03 Jan 2011. Web. 17 May2013. <http://caffertyfile.blogs.cnn.com/2011/01/03/technology-replacing-personal-interactions-at-what-cost/>.Image by: Pablo Fernandez

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