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Unformatted text preview: Hashimoto1 Yuria Hashimoto Jaclyn Moryan English 1310 April 22, 2008 Technology and Us Did you do laundry last weekend? Or were you too busy to do that? If you think you w e r e , y o u w o u l d b e s o l o s t i f y o u l i v e d i n 5 0 y e a r s a g o w i t h o u t l a u n improvement of technology, thus, has been developed to fit in peoples needs and demands a t h e l i f e s t y l e c h a n g e s . M o s t o f t h e i m p r o v e m e n t s a r e w i conveniences, and capabilities to make the things we need to do done; for example, we do not have to write a letter to a friend who is in a different country to tell an urgent message, but we can send an e-mail in just one second. It has not only raised the standard of lifestyle, but also significantly contributed to the average life expectancy from 58 years old in 1950 to79 years old in 2007 for male 62 to 85 for female in one of the most advanced country, Japan. The in 2007 for male 62 to 85 for female in one of the most advanced country, Japan....
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