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Assignment 1: Speed The article is very forward and aggressive in its judgment about speed and its roll in our lives, and in my opinion goes overboard trying to make its point. A great example of that is its point about the human brain not being made to handle the speed of today’s world. While it is true that some people are stressed about their jobs, and work themselves to the point where they are no longer functional, there are many people who handle their stress better, and know how to make something that’s potentially stressful into a situation that is normal and easy for them to handle. Speed does not have to be the enemy of society; if handled and used properly, it can be and is a great aid. The improvement in technology and the aid that it gives us allows us to complete more in one day and faster. This really allows us to get home sooner, be with our families more, and gives us a better quality of life. Without all the technology, emailing, and speed, less would get done, our society would not grow and progress as it does, and it would make overall life harder on us! As a whole I believe the speed and technology is good, and that the article is way off its mark and makes assumptions and eludes to ideas that have no basis and no fundamental way of supporting its opinions. There are several instances that I can think of that speed has
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This note was uploaded on 10/28/2009 for the course MKT 4440 taught by Professor Black,w during the Spring '08 term at LSU.

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