RR4 - Dweck1 Abraham Dweck Professor Swanson EN102/ RR4 1...

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Dweck 1 Abraham Dweck Professor Swanson EN102/ RR4 1 April 2009 Technologically Silent Over the past decade there have been many advances in the world of technology. From mobile phones that can not only make phone calls, but can also send text, picture and video messages as well as send and receive emails. While these advancements have made life more convenient for the average person it also has put a damper on the way people communicate with each other. Sending someone a text message or reading someone’s status doesn’t qualify as a quality way of communication. In fact, it can be seen as a loophole to quench one’s thirst of companionship. With the many ways that people communicate with each other today, there seems to be a vital part of the equation missing, actual communication! Instead of investing time to call a friend, it is replaced with this “warm shoulder” approach. An approach that in reality is not creating friendships, but rather is producing these “faux-ships”, that lead to nowhere. People
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