Archive for January, 2006

Bridging the Gap

Monday, January 30, 2006 12:00 No Comments

Technology has made communication faster and more interactive. I am unable to fully express how much it has positively affected my family. I am from Pennsylvania, which is more than a stone’s throw from Utah. My wife, Alessandra, is from Brazil which is even farther away. If we lived in a time period fifteen years […]

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Filtering the Internet

Thursday, January 26, 2006 12:00 No Comments

The Internet is polluted with content that can harm us mentally and spiritually. While this pollution has damaging effects on adults, it can be even more damaging to the impressionable minds of children and teenagers. Even though many resources exist to filter information arriving in our homes, it isn’t fool proof. The most effective internet […]

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The Digital Age: Fact or Fiction?

Monday, January 16, 2006 12:00 No Comments

Many authors have noted that the Internet is not an entity that is adapting to our society, but rather our society is adapting to the Internet. I don’t think that the Internet will eventually destroy society. However, I do fear that the Internet will be a stumbling block to society by allowing rampant misinformation to […]

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