7 Ways Technology Has Changed Our Lives Forever

Over the years, technology has been responsible for creating amazing resources, which literally put all the information we need right at our fingertips.

The advance of technology has made for some great discoveries, but at the same time has dramatically changed how we live our day-to-day lives.

Here are 7 examples of how technology has forever changed our lives.

  • 7 Ways Technology Has Changed Our Lives Forever 1 of 8
    change
  • Technology has killed the greeting card. 2 of 8
    Fotolia_32092862_Subscription_Monthly_M

    We are no longer paying postage to send out birthday cards. An e-card, text, or email has that covered.

    © Jenifoto - Fotolia.com

  • How we date 3 of 8
    Fotolia_53951325_Subscription_Monthly_M

    Online dating has been around for a while, and many people are using Google to get see if their date is a dud. 

    © kreizihorse - Fotolia.com

  • How we share 4 of 8
    Fotolia_49918908_Subscription_Monthly_M

    We are no longer using the traditional route of sharing information. Social networks now allow us to share pretty much anything, anywhere, anytime.

    © bloomua - Fotolia.com

  • How we watch TV 5 of 8
    Fotolia_43818893_Subscription_Monthly_M

    Our TV experience has evolved. We are no longer prisoner to a TV set. We can now watch what we what, when we want, how we want.

    © naka - Fotolia.com

  • How we communicate 6 of 8
    Fotolia_54341956_Subscription_Monthly_M

    Gone are the days of picking up the phone or heading over to someone's house to chat. Smartphones and the internet have replaced traditional chats with virtual ones.
    © Picture-Factory - Fotolia.com

  • How we read 7 of 8
    Fotolia_53899630_Subscription_Monthly_M

    We no longer need to carry books if we don't want to. Smartphones, tablets, and e-readers have made it easier for us to carry our books around without breaking our backs.
    © Kzenon - Fotolia.com

  • How we parent 8 of 8
    Fotolia_52856149_Subscription_Monthly_M

    Parenting has now expanded to the internet. We now have to teach our children digital etiquette and warn them about the dangers on the streets as well as online.
    © sakkmesterke - Fotolia.com

 

 

Tagged as:

Use a Facebook account to add a comment, subject to Facebook's Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. Your Facebook name, profile photo and other personal information you make public on Facebook (e.g., school, work, current city, age) will appear with your comment. Learn More.