The other afternoon, a near associate of mine was asking if I thought technology made me feel more alone at all. I truly didn’t feel that at all but I know I could see where she was coming from. She was existentially thinking about things like the touch order screens at several restaurants with the complete lack of human interaction. Instead of having somebody take pictures of you, you might just go and have a drone take automatic pictures of you. Of course, it’s up to us to choose who really goes with us and who the people I was with and I hang around; Just because of all this unusual technology, I don’t feel it makes us more alone. I feel that it usually just improves our lives and makes it easier to communicate with more people all over the world. With our cell iPhones, the people I was with and I are suddenly able to reach out to just about anybody at any random hour. Not too long ago I had a current smart temperature control installed right into my home. What is great about the smart temperature control is that I can easily control the temperature control system from my cell iPhone from just about any random place. My associate was wondering where it will end with all this brand new smart technology. She was talking about how you would have a maid to scrub your entire house, however now you can have robots that vacuum everything constantly instead. You can even order groceries from your smart fridge without having to go to the physical store. I still saw these things as life improvements and conveniences, personally. If I wanted to throw a party, I can certainly call up my buddies and hangout at my place quickly. If I have my rugs vacuumed constantly, that’s all the better for just about everybody!