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Quinn gillan

on 18 September 2012

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Ipods ARE Anti- social ? social technology Anti-social people Have you ever ridden on a bus or a train and seen a person zoned in their ipod or iphone? Most people would call them anti-social. Anti -social people Don't care about having a conversation with people around them. They usually sit in corners and dislike commotion. Anti-social people don't like being disturbed. Could Ipods be creating anti-social people? Half of mankind is wired up with a blank expression. It's not the i pod that's anti-social, its human behavior Just because people have i pods doesn't make them anti-social, some people just like to be in solitude. So i pods aren't all bad. I like listening to music, but it doesn't mean I'm anti-social. Ipods were meant to connect us, not conceal us. By Quinn But ipods can be a distraction from getting to know the people around you. Some people like to tune out the world and relieve stress But others just don't want anything to do with each other. Ipods weren't made to "make everybody isolated from one another" they were supposed to bring us together.
In the end the ipod isn't anti-social it's the person that's holding it. The Pony Express was invented to connect people to each other through letters. The word anti-social means a pervasive pattern of disregard for the rights of others that begins in childhood or early adolescence and continues into adulthood. Many runners, cyclists and even swimmers train with headphones. 1973
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