No Way Out

You can see it as either a blessing or curse that the youth of today are connected to the internet, and use digital technology at such a young age. Which ever way you see things, people my age are so dependant on technology that we can’t live without it.

During my five day stay in Anaheim, California I was deprived (I use this word loosely as I realise I live in a first world country, with a roof above my head, while others around the world are much less fortunate than me) of a wi-fi connection, meaning I would have to utilise the conveniently placed nearby Starbucks and McDonalds to see everyones tweets and trends. Luckily this was only for five days, as if this was for two weeks of internet for 15 minutes in the morning, I would of gone a bit crazy.

I know this sounds absurd, but living in a world where the internet is accessible on your phone anytime you want, you become used to it, and for me there is no way to change my nerd for an internet connection 24/7.

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