- 2018年09月29日16:52 来源：小站整理
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雅思写作题目：Mobile phones and the internet play an important part in the way which people relate to one another socially. Do you think the advantages outweigh the disadvantages?
Now that you are benefiting from the use of the mobile phone and the Internet as social media as well as social interaction, could you imagine what your daily lives would be like without these inventions ? Living in this age of information technology may be a blessing, but there seems an undesirable feeling under disguise. For that matter, probably what you like would be social connectivity and what you dislike might be personal anxiety.
It is a positive development that people have found it so easy to relate to one another electronically and share instantly in the social context. As technology has advanced, so has the need to remain contact with friends, family and loved ones. Through digital networking, the cell phone and the Internet have opened doors to the current generation's lives, as previously unheard of. While it goes without saying the many benefits that the Internet has to offer, the latest hand phones are well-equipped with high-end features catering to a variety of communication needs from voice calls to text messaging. Apart from being able to help connect people anywhere and anytime, new handsets of innovative technology boast cutting-edge functions designed to upgrade work performance and provide fun factors, all at your fingertips. Besides, what do you have to say about Facebook, Twitter and Google+ that are out there on your computer screens or on your smartphones?
Nevertheless, the heavy use in social networking of the mobile phone and the Internet causes anxiety, not to mention the negative effects produced by possible radiation. Chances are that these gadgets are getting you on nerves. It is not so much because of such networking devices keeping you on alert 24/7 as because of the thought of being without them sometimes. So, there are feelings of increased anxiety during the absence of social mobility, as if when you were psychologically alone in the middle of nowhere. And yet, once people being connected, it appears to be no end of interactive communication, particularly when driving, for instance. In this case, the epidemic of people using cell phones to talk and to send text messages via the Internet behind the wheel could give rise to more of a hazard than drunk driving.
As long as social interaction is concerned, it may be said that the hi-tech mobility is like a useful gift from heaven rather than a psychological disease from hell. The benefits of social interaction through the cellular and the Wi-Fi seem indeed too good to be blamed. Whatever, there is no turning back to the age of B.C. (Before Computer).