My Fathers best friend is technology because he uses many GPS systems that help him keep track of his transport trucks. Technology is my best friend because my phone helps me stay in touch with my friends through text messages and social media. Today’s technology is so advanced it is hard for it not to qualify as a person’s best friend. My sister Abbey depends on technology to survive her everyday life and this is why technology is her best friend. Abbey is diabetic and she is hooked up to a Medtronic diabetic pump that she has to wear 24/7.
You can make calls to people or text message them when there isn’t any time to make a phone call. It allows me to access the internet when I don’t have access to a PC. I can also receive important emails on it which makes it quicker to get the news I need. I can get weather and new on my phone which helps me make plans each day. The alarm clock on my cellphone is a life saver.
Without them, millions of humans would die every day. That is why I would like to pursue a career as a pediatrician. But it might be a little difficult without perfect vision. Passion and medicine have always been two interchangeable words for me. The sensations one feels after curing another human and possibly saving their life is what I hope to achieve in life.
My mother has also been taken from my house to the hospital via ambulance on a few occasions, making me respect the men and women even more for doing their jobs as quickly as possible. What pushed me towards this career as well was the fact that Edison State, an actual college I happened to live by, offered such courses at a relatively cheap price; this was a life saver considering that my family did not have the money to push me through an expensive university for four years, and I certainly did not want to end up with so much debt that I would drown in it. Starting from small beginnings, I intend to complete my emergency medical technician certificate course this Fall, then, over the next few years, work as a certified EMT and take part time courses to get my paramedic certificate course over with. After that, the third step will be to obtain an associate in science degree in emergency medical services technology. When I am done tackling those hurdles, I want to get my BAS in public saftey administration in order to simply continue educating myself so that I can be promoted to higher positions and to have job security.
I believe that the cell phone has changed my life the most over any other technology in that I use it on a daily basis. The cell phone allows me to have almost instant communication to whomever I wish, which in this day and age in the world of business is a necessity seeing as patience is not something that North Americans may pride themselves with. Instant communications through voice, text and instant messaging have improved the lives of all cell phone users due to the communicative privileges they allow for planning the future, whether it be a party, a night out, or just the rest of your day. Cell phones have brought a whole new meaning to the term multitasking. Twenty years ago, it was not possible to talk to the office while we were at the grocery store picking up some necessary items.
I noticed that although I use those two methods constantly, those weren’t the only two available. After waking up on Friday morning around 10 a.m., I realized that I had overslept due to my alarm clock on my cell phone not being set. This is an example of one of the many functions my cell phone had in my daily life. Luckily, the day before, I checked the weather and found that it would be a sunny day. If I wouldn’t have, I would have had to decide what to wear completely off of instinct.
As a result, measures have already been taken to monitor and to limit the use of Smartphones. Smartphones are now essential devices in our lives. Most individuals check their smartphones first thing in the morning for any important information, emails, or texts from co-workers or family. To check on our Smartphones is part of our morning routine like brushing our teeth or taking a shower. Even though Smartphones make life easier, some ethical issues have risen with their use in the work place, in school, and in cars.
29 August 2012 My learning experience I have been attending college for the past year and a half. School has been great since I began college, I am now EMT Certified. My passion is to provide care to others, it makes me feel a better person and absorb strength to succeed in life. In order to have better success, I need to finish my school prerequisites at SRJC and receive my degree as a Registered Nurse, because being in the hospital and saving lives has always been my dream. Part of my requirement is to take English 1A, but reading has been a strong affliction for me in the past, most of my life I have been avoiding reading before college.
How much I depend on my devices to make life simpler for me in my professional and personal life. Technology has made my life much simpler as time goes by and I become busier than the past years. My cell phone is everything to me to keep my life in order. All my plans are put on my calendar on my phone. I’ve got a smartphone that has a calendar on it, but also is sync with my Google calendar to keep all my appointments and important plans on track for me.
Advance technology is an important element in everybody’s life. I believe without this technology, many things would not be able to take place. As for me technology has made my life easier, enjoyable and more efficient. One product of technology that I find useful is the mobile phone. Through the use of my cellular device I’m able to talk at least once or twice a week with my family depending on how busy my schedule is, or the time of day due to the different time zone in the Philippines.