cell phones - Klimczyk 1 Matt Klimczyk Mr. Emanuel English...

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Klimczyk 1 Matt Klimczyk Mr. Emanuel English Comp. 1 5:45 October 24, 2007 Communication Starved Population Communication is what keeps the world informed. Without reporting events that occur there is no way for the information to be transferred on. Humans are naturally nosey; they want to know what is going on and as soon as possible. This great need for communication is why newer and faster technology has been developed. Technology has moved communication techniques from smoke signals all the way to cellular phones. One of the oldest forms of communication would be smoke signals, or using mirrors. Though both are very impractical as would be thought, they are strides in communication technology. Smoke signals and mirrors can cover a great deal of land. Moving from people to people although it is slow, it people are getting what they want. Plus this technique can get information spread well beyond the voice of one person can, and quicker. Signals and mirrors are not fast enough and cannot cover enough
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