The debate "Technologies are making us lazier day after day" was started by
May 22, 2016, 9:26 am.
40 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 16 people are on the disagree side.
That might be enough to see the common perception.
It looks like most of the people in this community are on the agreeing side of this statement.
Kslonerdz posted 1 argument, diana posted 1 argument to the disagreers part.
Donald_J_Trump, MrShine, dalton7532, Lauren211395, sabrina, joey, Maddy, keelyclegg24, JLabang123, Koe, Zuhayr and 29 visitors agree.
Nemiroff, Kslonerdz, diana, SMUDGE, annikad06 and 11 visitors disagree.
talking about laziness, for the first we have to know the real meaning of lazy. What kind of laziness that we are talking about?. For the topic that technologies are making us lazier day after day. I totally disagree about this, based on my opinion. Can you imagine that world without technology?. I wanna tell a story. I am an employee in a foreign company, for the first i work, i didn't understand about my job because i have to finish it with computer. But day by day, finally now i can do it more faster than before. My point is there is no technologies that make us lazy, but ourself that make us lazy. Thanks
I cannot choose a side in this argument, nor do I believe anyone should, for technology is not the creator of "laziness" in society. The way people choose to use technology in their lives is what perpetuates the ongoing stereotype that all technology will make us lazy. All technology has tremendous potential to change lives for the better and accomplish incomprehensible amounts of success, and also has the potential to become a "crutch" for those without a work ethic (or even the will to get out of bed before noon) to lean upon. We must understand that technology was designed by us, and will therefore do as it was created to do.
I greatly disagree, in a job perspective because we need a lot of active people and participants to come together and figure out a new technological advancement to help us succeed as a society