An Evolution of Understanding & Technology

An Evolution in Technology and Understanding

A few years ago, when I was in college English, one of my assignments was to write a paper on one of three topics: Personal Growth, Cell Phones, or both. To be honest, I had no idea what the other topic was. It clearly was not a consideration grabber). In this way, in the wake of mulling over everything for some time, I chose to compose my paper about mobile phones and their development. So, the paper I wrote is here. If it’s not too much trouble, sit back, affix your safety belts, and take in the scenery!

Have you ever considered the rationale behind the widespread use of cell phones? It seems to be in every house, and nearly everyone owns it. At the end of the day, what is the huge interest with PDAs? Why are they so popular among people of all ages? All things considered, I figure I might have the response. Track with me and allow us to investigate the last 40 or so long stretches of wireless development according to my point of view. Despite not being informative, this ought to be entertaining at the very least.

I was raised in the 1970s. It was when innovation was almost non-existent, (essentially according to my perspective for that time span). I’m certain that contrasted with early Yankee folklore, the innovation of the 1970’s was very exceptional, practically outsider maybe. ( More discussion of “Aliens” will follow shortly). Let me begin by introducing myself. I come from a “Working people” family. My parents were both in the blue-collar working class, so we didn’t have a lot of fancy stuff, but we loved what we did have. You see, back then, if you had expensive electronics like home computers, VCRs, multiple televisions, etc., then your family was thought of “Monetarily Well-Off”. That certainly wasn’t my family. It’s possible that you’re thinking, “Where is he going with this?” what’s more, here is your response, when mobile phones originally arose, they were incredibly costly. Doubtlessly on the grounds that the innovation was so new yet being developed. As a result, the general public was unable to afford them.