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The Internet provides accuracy, productivity, and possibilities that would be catastrophic if unexpectedly lost. Due to person's resiliency, '' I do not think that we'd experience Armageddon in case the Internet stopped. I really do believe our planet would become larger for a while. The miles shortened by email would lengthen due to postage delivery. The nanosecond yields to a minute, and memory will be put back in photograph albums and diaries. All changes would be temporary until requirement, and personal desire would lead the way to new technology. In the end, 1 truth stands ; with technology comes great responsibility. The Machine Stops (Forster, 1909), contrasts in two major characters approach technologies y. Vashti impatient with her son, Kuno, in the smallest delay as indicated if he dawdled for 15 seconds, "Be quick!" She called , her aggravation returning. " (Forster 1) Kuno finds it acceptable to dawdle. Kuno finds the Machine distasteful, and scolds his mother for reliance on The Machine, "The machine is much, but it isn't everything." (Forster 1) That is similar to the strategy which was discussed as we identified if we were electronic immigrants or electronic natives. (01 Computing Autobiography Discussion) Most natives signaled a dependency on technology; immigrants signaled a practical need to learn technologies, but reminisced about the "old ways". Obviously Kuno has been raised in a technologically rich age yet, nevertheless resists dependence on it. It is said that necessity is the mother of invention. I am made to wonder what necessity in the life span of Forster allowed him to possess such prophetic insight into future technologies. If a fan of the theatre; he maybe spent many evenings walking through the vomitories. How intriguing that h.. .