Battle of Communication

Communicating in person and with technology have positive and negative outcomes. However,communicating in person to me is more polite than communicating with technology. While some differences between communicating in person and communicating through technology are noticeable, the similarities are striking.

Here are some similarities between communicating in person and communicating through technology. You can multi-task while talking and playing games.You can even play Monopoly,Twister,and even Battleship while talking with a friend. Also never walk across a busy street while talking on a phone or listening to a friend instead of watching out for cars. You can make plans on the phone or face to face. You can plan birthdays,weddings,and family gatherings. One time my parents surprised my older brother for his birthday and we had to plan it a week ahead of time. Those were some similarities between communicating in person and communicating through technology.

Here are some differences between communicating in person and communicating through technology. One is that you don’t have to use wifi to talk face to face. One time I was trying to call my friend from West Texas but when I called it did not work because I did not have wifi, I even lost my signal. You don’t need wifi to talk to friend face to face. Two could be you are more aware of your surroundings when you talk in person. You don’t need to be texting or worrying about dropping your phone while driving or walking across a busy street. One time I was walking with a friend and we were talking and we heard a fast moving car and got on the sidewalk if we would have had on our headphones on we would have never heard the car and we could have been struck. Those were some differences between communicating in person and communicating through technology.

Communicating in person and with technology have positive and negative outcomes. However, I think it is more polite to talk in person rather than talk through technology.

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