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What are the advantages and disadvantages of our ever- increasing use of computer technology?

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Michal Ciupak, kl. 2a What are the advantages and disadvantages of our ever- increasing use of computer technology? Nowadays, it is difficult to define any one device as the earliest computer. The aim of it was to create appliance which could make complicated calculations. Nobody thought about the consequences which arised, because of computer development. As all things considered in the world, not only has it profitable advantages, but also terrifying disadvantages. To begin with, computer technology influences in a positive way all branches of our life. Used on a world scale, not only does Internet improve communication, but also is a great source of information. ...read more.


All of this tools are necessary to save someone's life. What is more, when somebody may have an accident in a different city than he lives and lose consciousness, his data (disorders and other information such as diabetes) can be easily taken from incorporated server. That may also save his life. Moreover you can buy the newest digital camera from Japan by using Internet. It saves your time and very often money. As computer and Internet technology advances, it occupies an ever more significant place in our lives. On the other hand, this issue includes lots of disadvantages which are able to cause lots of pain to our society. ...read more.


Furthermore, using computers causes obesity and that is why distress to ourselves. Not only does it take control on our time but also teaches us an inappropriate schemes. For example, we do not prepare healthy food, or advertisements which were seen exert influence on us. The gravity of the problems faced, tell us that we have to use very carefully advantages of computer technology. Mobile phone is necessary, but addiction of it can damage someone's life. Taking everything into account as Andy Rooney once said: "Computers make it easier to do lots of things, but most of the things they make it easier to do not need to be done". We are able to chose between things, what is more we control them- we are humans. Words 499 (476 of essay) ...read more.

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