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Wired to be wireless

DNMUM400650 | 11/12/2017 | Author : Team DNA | WC :2008

Being immersed in technology is the only way of living kids know these days. Ahead of Children’s Day on November 14, we asked three of them to imagine a time without connectivity

One tap too many

Connectivity is here to stay. So perhaps life is more rapid and a little more empty than it ought to be, says Amev Pereira

Seven soft chimes from the grandfather clock were enough for me to open my eyes and drowsily look about. I kicked off a comfortable duvet and sat up in bed pondering the need to attend school. With a knowing sigh, I got to my feet and stretched, gingerly pushing open the door to my room. Filling a bowl of cornflakes, I flipped through the first two pages of the newspaper, looking for any remarkable news and jumped straight to the last page — the football scores of the previous night.
I found that the team I supported had won. In small print, near the score, was a description of
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