Yes I do, because they are always trying to sucking us back in and to play on them. They take over our social life. It’s easier to say something mean or hateful or even tell secrets over digital things. Then to people’s face we could never do that. We play so much on our digital things we don’t know how to be social and talk to people, it’s just better not to talk to people. We have our conversations by taking picture’s of everything we do and send them to people instead of talking to them and telling them about it. Sometimes it’s easier to write to people then to talk to them, like if you are having a bad day but don’t want your friend to know so you write it so they can’t hear the pain in your voice.Yea most of the time. I like being home alone, if it’s in a place I know if it’s not I hate it so I use digital things to keep me company until someone else is there even if we don’t talk. I just like that someone else is besides me. Digital things makes you feel like you are not alone, if something happens you can get help. Sometimes people are having a bad day and they want to be by themselves but they don’t at the same time so they play on the digital things they own or have. Some people like to play on digital things to know that they are not alone even when they are by themselves.
Friday, April 22, 2016
I think there should be more privacy laws that protects us online, that they should trust us some more than what they do. It’s why we sometimes act out because we know we're being watched, It’s why sometimes people post stupid things just to try and prove that we’re being watched. They wouldn’t like being watched 24 hours of the day, your life on display for all of they to see, they may be saying or writing someone something embarrassing that they didn’t want the whole world or even one person they didn’t know to know. Yes, they should make more privacy laws that protects businesses and the government because their lives are private and they should be aloud to make choices without being watched. Yes, I still believe some people should be watched, but not everybody, it’s like you do trust us and that we’re being blamed for someone else’s crime how is that fair?
Yes I think they should if it’s a real crime being committed, not for something stupid. Like I say don’t blame us for what are people are doing, It’s different if you are looking for something or help prevent the crime, but after that then look keep it private don’t look back on their personal information. I think they should only if it’s for a crime and they are trying to solve it but after don’t look at it, for the fact that the crime is done and over with, people shouldn’t be sacred to post their personal information because they think the government is watching their every move.I don’t know one way I would say yes but I would also say no. Because you could spy on them because of their race, color, or sex or all three and it would be rude to do something like that, but say you had prove that the person is doing something bad or is an act of terrorism then yea watch them, just don’t do it for no reason. I would say yea watch the people who get out of prison just don’t do it to the innocent it’s not fair to be blamed for something they didn’t do. I do think it’s necessary for our country watch the people who come over for a visit or watch them for a while and if their clean then don’t watch them anymore, they want our trust than don’t break it by not trusting us.
Tuesday, March 29, 2016
I am the computer person in my home, if my friends or family needs help they ask me or they volunteer me to help my family. I got a MySpace when I was 11 or 12 but I really didn't play on it, I got it because my mom's friend daughter had one and I wanted one and it was okay with my mom, so we made me one. But I really started to play on social media when I was 13, I was always playing on my mom's Facebook I used to play the games on there until she told me I needed to make my own and my friend talked her into it. She was getting into the games herself and didn't want to share. I had 2 Webkinz accounts, but I haven’t been on it in forever, but I kept the stuffed animals. I got a phone when I was 13 or 14 that was actually mine, it wasn’t a tracfone phone, it was a IPhone 3, then later I got a Samsung. Then I got a tablet when I was 18 for black Friday and I really play on that then my phone any more.
The first technology thing I remember is playing on a video games systems (Nintendo NES) until it broke and then we got a Nintendo 64 and we still have it and it still works. I also had a Gameboy that I played all the time and I had quite the few games for it, but I either gave it to my cousin or I broke it, I really don't remember what happened to it. I had a Nintendo DSI and I loved it, but my mom went out of town (I don't remember where they were going) to a concert and she asked for she could take it with her to take pictures on the way, so when they went in she put it under the car seat she was sitting on, but when she came back out it was gone someone took, so she got me a new one.
I still used Facebook, still just really for the games I'm not really on it very much I usually read on the computers most of the time. My Gameboy and Nintendo 64 got replaced for a Wii I still play a little on the Nintendo 64, but not much. I use the computer to read when I get home for school to bedtime really. I really don’t play the Wii very much just when I’m at my friends house ( I have a Wii just I don’t play on it very much and we gave them our Wii remotes so they could have more since there are so many kids and not enough controllers to play with) and I had a Nintendo DSI XL, I only have a few games on it, but I lost the charger for it, I think I have a car charger for it, but we don’t have a car so it does nothing for me.