By Diana Mosley
Think back to what life was like 20years ago. For most of us, we probably enjoyed watching regular cable TV at home and used our landlines to make phone calls. Some of us were lucky enough to have personal computers with Internet access, like AOL dial-up.
We took pictures that required film that had to be developed. We had face-to-face meetings and listened to music on a radio, tape player or even a Discman.
We rented movies from our local video stores and watched them on VCR players. We used maps printed on paper and shopped at the mall.
Now we demand convenience and information at our fingertips. Today, 80 percent of the world’s population uses a mobile phone, and one in three people who text would rather text than talk on the phone.
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