In a this article I have found it’s about social media is very interesting. It is said that throughout the world we have lost the touch of actually communicating with each other. Since there is so many social networking sites out there it makes it easier to have conversation with each other. It avoids that awkwardness of a certain conversation to just avoiding facing that person. To know that six out of ten people are using social networking sites and forums show that daily conversation is transforming and changing at a rapid rate.
The article surveyed people from Argentina to South Korea and it showed that there are so many people using these website. Throughout the world things are being changed and it’s changing rapidly. In Hungary it showed that 94 percent of the population are using emails to communicate with each other. That is such a high percentage if you look at it. This means that almost all of the country are on their computers chatting with each other; than calling them.
Personally this article has shown that its a slap in society face. We are losing the personal feeling to conversation. Remember the days where you actually had to call someone on the phone and actually listen to their voice. Now all you have to do is shoot a text to that person and that’s it. I feel that has our technology grows and we depend more and more on technology we are going to lose how to communicate with each other.
The future of this increase will show that people are not going to be able to handle certain conversation since communication through social networking does not help show the emotion of the conversation. The other day I was watching a show and the grandfather was saying he was asking his grandson what he was doing on the computer and the grandson said that he was talking to this girlfriend. The grandfather was flabbergasted when the girlfriend lived two blocks down. The grandfather said why wouldn’t you go down the street to talk to her in person she’s not that far. This right here shows us that the kids of today are losing real conversation skills.