Leontyn  Jurewicz
Leontyn Jurewicz voted up Bikergirl Anonymous' answer
No .. In fact i find it does the opposite. It reduces very fundamental congnative activitiy.  For example: Calculators and computers have removed the need for doing math in your head.  At one time, I could add very quickly in my head, but now with my dependancy on a calculator I have lost that ability..and … Read more
Leontyn  Jurewicz
Leontyn Jurewicz voted up Gator Blu's answer

I think technology makes many people lazy. With spellcheck many people just accept whatever word is shown, not knowing if it is correct or not. People's vocabulary is getting smaller.

With that said there is a huge upside to technology. Machines of all kinds are becoming more efficient. Medical advances are amazing.

As to when … Read more

Leontyn  Jurewicz
Leontyn Jurewicz voted up Bikergirl Anonymous' answer
No .. In fact i find it does the opposite. It reduces very fundamental congnative activitiy.  For example: Calculators and computers have removed the need for doing math in your head.  At one time, I could add very quickly in my head, but now with my dependancy on a calculator I have lost that ability..and … Read more
Leontyn  Jurewicz
Leontyn Jurewicz voted up Rooster Cogburn's answer

The only handicap that I see is the loss of interaction between real people because of devices and websites.

Yes, it is enhancing the upcoming generation as they will have access to more knowledge than ever.

We've been dependent on technology at least since WW2.

We became dependent on it because of it's usefulness to today's science and … Read more