Tom Stankewicz is a senior at Loy Norrix High School.
By John Henby My generation cannot imagine a world without the Internet.
A phone breaking or a computer system crashing can cause people to lose calendars, pictures and important documents and contacts.
Technology is a great tool to make life easier, but it should be used in moderation to prevent complete dependence.
If there is a better way, people would use that instead.
Basically, the Internet combines many resources, which people would otherwise have to waste time and energy to peruse, but can now access at the click of a button.
Advances in technology, such as the Google search engine, are great steps forward, but they can also make people lazy and less intelligent.
People depend on technology to give answers, spell, notify them of things to do, and even wake them up.
Rather than going to visit a famous landmark, we can just search for it on Google Maps.
Who needs to discover the world when we have discovered the World Wide Web?