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Can It Be Done?

WiFi, everyone can say that they have used it once in their lives.

WiFi, it connects us to everyone around us, making internet even more needed.

Older people say “oh when i was your age we didn’t have internet as much as you do” When people say this isn’t it like complaining? they say it is to just compare, or just to say that “if we can live without it, so can you.” Can we though? In this day and age can we REALLY live without internet, or even technology?

I will admit I am on the computer everyday, some days for long, some not. If I didn’t have a computer i can easily say i could live without it, but really could I?

It seem that people don’t realize that long ago there wasnt internet, or computers, or iPods or flat screen TV’s. This may be true, but there were DIFFERENT technologies that these things grew from. Type books, (which are still here, just saying!), type writers, Walkman, regular tv, radio! I do belive that people can live without all the technologies we have now. Butwe would NEED (when i say need, i mean it) the older technologies.

There is NO way we can live with only handwriting everything, having to buy CD’s instead of just downloading. We need the best of both worlds.

Wouldnt it make sense if there were laws against TO much technology? Like 5 flat screens, 3 ipads 4 iPods 6 laptops etc… wouldnt;t be allowed. Only 2 computers/ family. each member could have an iPod, but what is the pint to iPods and ipads?! just have one.

BUT on the other hand computers are or can, save our world! without the need to write everything down, and print it is saving paper. You can easily type something, and SEND it E-MAIL it.

So, i reallydont know where i was headed on this.. it was different then i originally wanted.. BUT who is complaing?

Whats The Big Deal?!

 Okay, so this is a very.. broad topic.

homework.

what is the REAL point of it? There are many answers to this, and many… arguments that can go with it.

Homework is work you don’t finish at school, and need to finish at home. But is this really a good way to carry out all the work? While at school we are managed, we have teacher(s) watching over our every move in the classroom, making sure we actually do the work, and there to aid you.

While at home, who is there? Your parents? Siblings? guardians? They finished school, and don’t want to re-live it. There is no help, from a live being. Though now there is homework helps sites online, and you can easily call a friend or e-mail a teacher. But it can be long until they get back to you. 

In the classroom we have no access to the internet (unless supervised), so there is no way to cheat. While at home, there is not the extreme supervision. It is easy to plagiarise or completely not do the work! (not saying that is what I do, it most definitely is NOT)

If our school days were longer, giving us longer periods of time to work on the work so there is no homework, this would be solved (in my opinion). And on the occasion when homework is seen, no one would have had it in a long time, and my be excited and definitely not cheat!

Well, as i said in the first post, i love to talk. I will babble on about ANYTHING. This post was started with me thinking about why the hell is their homework? it is stupid. and i ended up writing some intense stuff.

so, to those who are reading, be ready… for a lot more.

A New Beginning

So, I have always been into writing, and … talking. 🙂

There is so muchI want to do in my life before it is over. Due to the fact that i am still young, I can accomplish all these things. Having a blog is something that is on this list, and i can easily incorrporate it in the rest of my list. By blogging of all these things, i can keep track of all my accomplishments and know that i have succeed!

This first post must be boring, though i should bbe exciting being the introduction to myself! As mentioned before, i am young… so dont get to mad at misspellings and grammar wrong doings.

I hope through out my life as a blogger, i will have a lot of motivation to continue on… and hopefully not run out of things to say!