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Yes things always change… but we haven’t.
And whats the point in looking towards the globe when we don’t know whats happening in our backyard OR can’t change whatever is happening… in our backyard.
@Umer: about high cost? I am sure you didn’t mean to say that recent flooding in our country is because of those affected ppl who stopped using Google or its tools
since its a public forum so collectively, I don’t think our population knows how actually to benefit from Google or its tools except youtube-ing for entertainment or searching stupid stuff OR important (including me) which of course is entirely dependent on pre-documentation.
So Google is just a tool to help you or to entertain you but “worth living” is certainly an exaggeration.
Lol no I wasn’t referring to that God forbid , the cost I was referring to was the irresistible thirst to quench our desire for knowledge! It is okay for us to ditch Google but we would be taking a step back which is not such a good thing!
Look at it this way…You can send a letter or send an email to deliver your message! indeed both will have the desired result but the email would be quicker and do the job saving a lot of time!
I dont understand the need to be modest and use conventional methods where new techniques can be employed not only to save time but channel energies to other constructive tasks!
Why is the West developing at a steady pace? that is because they shift their low end processes to third world countries and specialize in intricate stuff!!
Same way Google is tool to aid us speed up our daily lives to help us keep up pace…
Have you heard the adage:
“Time and tide waits for none”