Photo: Steve Keys Email, Twitter, Facebook, My Space, You Tube, Delicious, Digg, Linked In, blogs (of course), and scores of others—all part of the new and wonderful ways we can now connect with one another electronically, each with its own culture and unique set of rules.In one sense, the planet has never been more interconnected.Here are its positive effects: Speed is one of the best aspects of technology. This speed and easy access is very helpful in emergency situations.
Speed and accessibility can only lead to productivity.
When you get things done in a snap it means you get a lot of things done too.
Being productive is important because a person will feel a sense of worth.
Being proud of himself for accomplishing something is a boost to a person’s confidence.
The different types of electronic gadgets available paired with the internet allows people to call, text, or speak with anyone anytime. The availability of communication devices has also resulted to a shift in interpersonal relationships.
Communication these days have become virtual rather than personal.
This is another positive impact of technology on communication.
Did you know that being productive has an effect on a person’s psyche?
With all the electronic gadgets available these days a person will be distraught looking for a pretext not to communicate.
Not having a phone or an internet connection is in fact a lame excuse.