Computer Addiction Famous Quotes & Sayings

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8 Computer Addiction Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Computer Addiction Sayings By Abdulazeez Henry Musa: Children have the knowledge but not the power to use the computer. As parents, you Children have the knowledge but not the power to use the computer. As parents, you have to monitor what they do on the computer, always and at all times. — Abdulazeez Henry Musa
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Computer Addiction Sayings By Ian Pearson: The ultimate computer game would be a 'total addiction' - a game that shapes itself The ultimate computer game would be a 'total addiction' - a game that shapes itself to the elements you most like to play in such a manner that it totally satisfies you. You never want to stop playing. However, any self-configuring activity always has such risks inherent in it. Will we see one day the goverment insisting that games have time limiters the way that some motor vehicles have speed limiters? — Ian Pearson
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Computer Addiction Sayings By Saurabh Sharma: You know you are a human when a beautiful image appearing on television/computer/smartphone/tab screen appears You know you are a human when a beautiful image appearing on television/computer/smartphone/tab screen appears more alive than a living being.
Basically, we are stupid. — Saurabh Sharma
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Computer Addiction Sayings By John Moran: I have an affliction It's an addiction To computer solitaire I can't resist The icon's I have an affliction It's an addiction To computer solitaire I can't resist The icon's invitation There's simply no fix Black five on red six It's become My reward a Take-a-break kinda thing Black queen on red king I've spent so many many Hours of just Wasted time Red eight on black nine No way can I stay away Resistance's no use Just can't find a home for — John Moran
Computer Addiction Sayings By Alain De Botton: Our feelings of anxiety are genuine but confused signals that something is amiss, and so Our feelings of anxiety are genuine but confused signals that something is amiss, and so need to be listened to and patiently interpreted
processes which are unlikely to be completed when we have to hand, in the computer, one of the most powerful tools of distraction ever invented. The entire internet is in a sense pornographic, a deliverer of a constant excitement that we have no innate capacity to resist, a seducer that leads us down paths that for the most part do nothing to answer our real needs. — Alain De Botton
Computer Addiction Sayings By Nick Bilton: So, your kids must love the iPad?" I asked Mr. [Steve] Jobs, trying to change So, your kids must love the iPad?" I asked Mr. [Steve] Jobs, trying to change the subject. The company's first tablet was just hitting the shelves. "They haven't used it," he told me. "We limit how much technology our kids use at home."
(Nytimes article, Sept. 10, 2014) — Nick Bilton
Computer Addiction Sayings By Danah Boyd: In 1995, psychiatrist Ivan Goldberg coined the term internet addiction disorder. He wrote a satirical In 1995, psychiatrist Ivan Goldberg coined the term internet addiction disorder. He wrote a satirical essay about "people abandoning their family obligations to sit gazing into their computer monitor as they surfed the Internet." Intending to parody society's obsession with pathologizing everyday behaviors, he inadvertently advanced the idea. Goldberg responded critically when academics began discussing internet addiction as a legitimate disorder: "I don't think Internet addiction disorder exists any more than tennis addictive disorder, bingo addictive disorder, and TV addictive disorder exist. People can overdo anything. To call it a disorder is an error. — Danah Boyd
Computer Addiction Sayings By Jeff Dunham: I taught myself computer. Then Macintosh came along, and it became a really bad addiction. I taught myself computer. Then Macintosh came along, and it became a really bad addiction. If I wasn't in show business, I'd have pocket protectors growing out of my chest. I do everything on it. It's kinda sick. — Jeff Dunham