The World in 2018 - One of The Most Eye Opening Videos
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Phones let you communicate all of the the world and without them soooooooo many people would die because think about it how the fuk are cops or hospitals meant to know if theres an emergancy without phones
This is a good true video. I have severe anxiety since I started using my phone. Before that I use to read books, and have peace of mind. Now I'm addicted to this to the point that I get paranoid if I don't check my social media or have ridiculous fear of losing my phone or battery dying. I feel like I'm a prisoner to this life. This leads me to a downward spiral of noise generating in my head wherein my memory is affected, I cannot concentrate on getting my errands done and as weird as it may sound, it is ruining the quality of my life.
People nade that video bcz they are scared of technology, and scared of the unknown, its normal, human, but i think that is just some kind of oldman crap talking " this is new" , "there wasn't something like that never before",duuuuh that's why u are scared, but u don't have to, everything is good without our generation don't sorry about that, and if WE will destroy OUR world u will be probably dead already do IT should't have matter to you, peace.
I cut all social media out of my life. Now my family and friends think I have some sort of mental illness or that I am in a abusive relationship hiding something. The irony of it lol. I'm free from everything that used to pull me down. Social media free since May 2018 and counting
I can still survive happily without social media's😃
I remember... one of my vacation that i spent without my cellphone.. & for a month i just enjoyed everything which a cell phone can't give😊 that will be nostalgic❤
I was addicted to all this app.. It became my life support system.. By now I totally changed.. I use only YouTube occasionally. N now I use a very ordinary cell phone there is no touch screen.. N m happy..
You know what would really be eye opening? A video showing more problems then just phones. There are many problems we currently have, like our god awful "education" system, global warming, pollution, war, religion, racism, sexism, and so many more. Why are we just looking at addictions to technology? Seriously!
Some parts about this video is true, but at the same time it feels very biased. Maybe it is because here in this small South African town where I live, you won't see people ignore one another, spending the entire day on Facebook or so. You won't see anyone checking their phones every 15 minutes. You won't see people get ruled by this technology - yes, we use it a lot, but it doesn't rule us. Perhaps it is time that we realise that technology is what we make of it, that we ourselves define the nature of its impact on our lives. We just need to balance and limit these things in our lives, that's all
It's too late now.
I'm sorry but... I believe it's impossible to live without technology now.
I watch Youtube sometimes, yes.
But only when really bored. My phone is not something I use often. It's mostly to just get a quick call or text to somebody. I don't feel any anxiety over it not being on me or it ever dying. Youtube is the only social media I have because I just really don't bother or find it intresting. My phone is mostly home at my desk just laying there.
But, that's just me. It's just me having a good relationship with my phone.
I notice how much other people use their phone. But, It's too late now.
I can't influence anyone, I'm sorry.
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