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need to meet in person to brainstorm as much as they did in the early years. I think back then things would haddetailed oriented.RE: StonehengeSara Wright 7/12/201I agree with Leslie with this one. Technology has improved our quality of life with modern medicine and the way we access information quickthe personal connection and that we tend to get too caught up in what technology can do that we miss that connection with people. RE: StonehengeSheng Xiong 7/8/2015Professor and Class,Using technology should enhance our lives but we really must know when it’s time to turn it off and that’s when presence of others, usually! That’s right. Back away from the Blackberry and tune back into the live human comof you. I remember when emails didn’t exist and we still received telegrams for emergency messages. One plustechnology-less was that as youngsters, we would roam the fields with our friends, only returning home for foodOur parents had no way of getting in touch and they spent zero time fretting. For our part, we indulged in a blistimelessness a quality so much in demand now, that you have to pay top dollar to fly to remote destinations, or a spa.RE: StonehengeProfessor Clarke-Peterson 7/12/201Sheng, there is most certainly a freedom that seems to have fallen by the wayside in our lives...both for adults and for kids.RE: StonehengeChristy Ridgeway 7/9/2015
8/7/15, 1:43 PMTopic Print ViewPage 6 of 13(NEXT(b08f9b5f392946e1876cd2…r=Ascending&isViewSelected=False&checkedIds=&isPrntVwSortReq=FalseI think that technology has really hindered our abilities very badly unfortunately. I think it has made our society very lazy in my opinion. Some peopleability to communicate or actually have a conversation instead of over an email or text. I think that with people trying to make or are making robots tcan't actually get the physical aspect of labor, instead just stand there and watch. Yes we may live longer because of technology but I feel that they whealthy then we are now. Just my opinion. RE: StonehengeAmber White 7/10/201I have mixed feelings on this issue because technology has done and still does so many good things to help our abilities. But with that I cantechnology has hinder our abilities especially, I feel, in learning. I see it with my nieces, nephews, friends and even myself - technology has get an answer or solution that we give up much quicker when the answer is not easily assessable. I will admit I have found myself very guiltyears. It has impacted our critical thinking skills and has limited our ability to persevere when faced with challenge.RE: StonehengeJean Innocent 7/10/201Having modern technology makes us a lot more reliant on it. It kind of inhibits out ability to use our brain for ourselves and just rely on the computercreators of Stonehedge certainly did not have that so what did they use. Was it just sheer strength or science. I'm afraid we will never know the true building of the Pyramids, where did they move such heavy rocks without modern invention?