By Chris There is a good reason that the stereotypical view of modern teenagers is they are lazy kids who just want to sleep in, play computer games, surf the net and hangout with their friends.
Take me Back in the good old days, we had to dip into stores like Tower Records or Rasputin to pick up the new Britney Spears album, or stop by Hollywood Video to rent a new flick. Thanks to technology, these tasks are a breeze! From the comfort of my own apartment, while watching the fight on Pay Per View, I can pause mid-match to double check that my favorite songs on iTunes have been downloaded or my playlists on Spotify synced to my smartphone.
Black Ops with them. Why bother, after all, when they can just browse through your check in history and skim your suggestions on Yelp? Restaurant food delivery Did you know that even restaurants are making it easier for you to get their food without ever having to actually Why youngsters are lazy nowadays GrubHub is a neat service that allows you to sort through all of the restaurants near your location that allow for delivery or pickup.
You can pick online from full restaurant menus, then leave special instructions for your food and delivery. Other services similar to GrubHub: Seamless WebFoodlerand eat24hours. Online shopping Is there a sale going on at your favorite store that you have no time to get to?
No worries — the Internet is here for you. Online sites like Amazon. You can easily buy shoes, books, makeup, groceries, and even underwear or specialty gifts like personalized jewelry from the convenience of your own home a couple of our favorite shopping startups are Gilt Group, Of a Kind, StyleTrek and AHALife.
No need for telephone calls or in-store visits — technology has you covered. Quality time with friends With so many friends to keep track of, who actually has the time to hangout in real life anymore? Why bother picking up your phone and checking in with a friend when you can send them a quick wall post on Facebook to let them know you care?
The shortcuts of communicating through networking services like Facebook and Twitter have done away with our traditional social obligations. Through planning apps like Plancast and Forecastyou can actually discover events that your friends are planning on attending, as well as plan events of your own and coordinate accordingly.
Training Mobs is the fitness version of such apps that helps you organize plans with friends in a more health and wellness-centric category. Journalists mining for stories It used to be that news came directly from the sources, or from hard research on the field.
In fact, for this article we tweeted the question: The Weather Channel has even found a way to use Twitter to gather tweets coming in about the weather, effectively recruiting an enormous collection of field-reporters all commenting on the skies! No more running your own errands Too busy living your easy life to actually handle errands yourself?But today this problem is worse than ever.
We live in an increasingly risk-averse culture, where many children's behaviour is constrained.
We raise them and educate them "in captivity" because of. See in what ways tech has made us lazy. 11 Ways Tech has Made Us Lazy.
Everything seems to be moving so much more quickly nowadays. Why throw a grilled cheese sandwich on an actual grill. Did you feel that technology making people more lazy nowadays? There is a lot of technology product's been made to make people get easier to do something, but as people get used to do the things with the technology, is this one of the reason why people become more lazy?
The comment has prompted a debate about whether today’s unemployed youngsters are just not prepared to take what's on offer, rather than victims of the recession. A YouGov poll reported in The Sunday Times found that 65 per cent of people agreed with Oliver’s comments.
The ability to work anytime, anywhere, helps propel this blending of work and life, in part because answering a work text at a coffee shop doesn’t feel as much like work as sitting in a cubicle. Youngsters nowadays are living in a comfort compared to old days.
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