Technology Makes People Idle  

 Technology Makes People Idle

 

Idle people are a plague to society; that’s a fact. The laziness problem is not because people don’t want to get up and do things. There are plenty of lazy people who get up each day and accomplish absolutely nothing. The real issue is that technology makes people lazy so much so that they can’t be bothered to do even simple daily tasks like washing up or putting the dishes away in the dishwasher because it’s way easier just to hit a button and put all of the dirty plates out in the washing machine.

 

In addition to this problem, another one is having poor eyesight, also known as myopia. This is where the eyes see things from a distance that they couldn’t usually see when standing close. A significant reason why people end up with poor eyesight is simply that they’re not exercising their eyes as much as they should. The lenses in televisions and computers make the pupils smaller, which causes the eyes to contract or relax too much, which triggers lazy eye.

the edges of the pupils

Another one is strabismus or turning inward at the edges of the pupils. This occurs when you turn your head to one side but have it twist to the other. This happens more often than you might think, especially during nighttime because you’re sleeping. I guess the solution would be to turn your head to the other side.

 

Then there’s squinting. It depends upon the individual, but in general, it’s when you close your eyes and make little or no effort to keep them opened. I guess the solution would be to learn a new language. As we said before, everyone knows a speech at some point in their life. It wouldn’t matter if it’s your first or third language; learning a new language will help you overcome this problem.

 

It’s probably the reason why Facebook has become so popular. People use Facebook because they want to talk to their friends who live far away, interact with them or perhaps pass some time away. All these activities make the pupils dilate or widen the pupils’ eyes; this is called widening the angle. A lot of French students use this method when taking part in group projects. In Facebook terms, this is known as “french-phobic”.

 

So we know how many people turn to Facebook to chat with their friends. But there’s more; this is probably one of the most efficient ways to carry out communication with other people, even without leaving your front door. And since Facebook now requires you to create a new account with a valid email address and a valid IP address, it will require a little bit of effort on your part. But if you’re a regular user of this site, I’m sure that you know how to go about using the services offered by Facebook.

French pupils have won contests on Facebook.

The good news is that many French pupils have won contests on Facebook and earned big prizes. One such big winner was a young man named Gabrielle, who is from primary school. He was able to win an iPad for reaching the top 5% of the competition. We can only imagine what kind of prize could be won if a secondary school teenager won the contest! We can only speculate, but the fact is that who gave this iPad to students for free, and the winner of this competition was able to take home an iPad for free as well!

 

So, is technology keeping students lazy? I don’t think so. On the contrary, it is helping them to learn new things. Through Facebook, students will be able to communicate with their peers and teachers. They will also find out more about how the school is progressing and get involved with the debate and discussions happening in class.

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