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Inspiration of tech

The advancement in technology in recent years completely changes the whole scenario of the world. Automation is increasing day by day in every field which has both good and bad impacts on us. Life becomes easier due to automation and better facilities provided to us. The tasks can take a few days to complete but now it can be done within a few minutes with the help of automation. No doubt, technology can save time and effort.

If you are a tech geek then you must aware of all the advantages of technology these days. Technology is also very inspiring in terms of living a better and standard life. Day by day, new technologies are invented for the betterment of our lives. Today’s generation is very much adaptable towards automation and recent inventions. Smartphones, tablets, smartwatches, and other gadgets are the first choices of today’s kids.

There are so many famous people who had done fabulous work in the technology field. They also give numerous technology quote which is inspiring and motivational. Here, we are giving some of the best technology quotes to inspire you. You should follow these quotes if you want to do something interesting and creative in your life in this particular field of technology.

It may be hard to believe, but new types of jobs are being created. Technology plays a big role in that! Advancements make some jobs obsolete, but also spawn new jobs that weren’t around 20 years ago. In another 20 years more than half of the current elementary school student population will have jobs that have yet to be created.

While I was growing up, during the beginning of the social surge, little did we know that our desire for constant connectivity would soon change the lives of most Americans. Cellphones were rarely owned and laptops were out of price range for the modern middle class family. Then advancement accelerated and cellphones, laptops, internet games, webpages, and social media changed the culture and lives of Americans. Who can forget the sound of the Gateway desktops’ hum as it turned on or AOL’s classic screeching as you logged in?

Between 2000 and 2010 computer-based jobs were taking off and in high demand. Fifteen years ago, there were no app developers, social media managers, cloud computing, or user experience jobs. The innovation and progression of the digital world created these jobs and many others.

Creativity is the spark behind the formation of new technologies. Learning about the iPod, FitBit, Hover boards, Netflix, Amazon, Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, Instagram, Smart TV’s, Wi-Fi, eReaders, and so much more, and I think: “Wow! How was someone able to create this? This is incredible!” The answer? Innovation. Creativity. Progress.

Steve Jobs was encouraged by his parents to reconstruct and build technologies and to continually push boundaries and to be bold. Maybe that’s part of the reason why he was able to lead Apple into the 21st century and make it one of the most popular brands and companies around the world. Reed Hastings was determined to develop Netflix after he was charged a $40 late fee on an overdue rental from Blockbuster. Hastings is an innovator who pushed the boundaries and continued to explore his ideas, even when Netflix was an underdog trying to enter and compete in the movie rental industry. Mark Zuckerberg was groundbreaking as a child, he created his own messaging program to communicate with his family members around the house when he was only 12 years old. Zuckerberg continued his inventive ways and learned more about computers all the way through high school.

Fortunately, for Jobs, Hastings, and Zuckerberg they had supportive people around them to encourage their expeditions and creativity. Some children are not given such luxury. With the increasing demand for technological advancement parents and teachers need to encourage and allow children to be creative. In 20 years these kids are likely to have jobs years that have not yet been created. These jobs are going to be shaped through innovation, progress, and creativity. I would expect educational values to evolve over the next decade to incorporate more inventiveness and use of technology to meet the needs of these emerging new jobs. Hastings, Zuckerberg, Jobs, and many more all broke the mold by challenging themselves and making bold moves along the way to success. If there is anything we can learn from their success, it’s to be creative, challenge yourself/your partners, and know that innovation is going to happen. So get inspired, be daring, and continue to innovate and advance your own ideas and products.

It may be hard to believe, but new types of jobs are being created. Technology plays a big role in that! Advancements make some jobs obsolete, but also spawn new jobs that weren’t around 20 years ago. In another 20 years more than half of the current elementary school student population will have jobs that have yet to be created.

While I was growing up, during the beginning of the social surge, little did we know that our desire for constant connectivity would soon change the lives of most Americans. Cellphones were rarely owned and laptops were out of price range for the modern middle class family. Then advancement accelerated and cellphones, laptops, internet games, webpages, and social media changed the culture and lives of Americans. Who can forget the sound of the Gateway desktops’ hum as it turned on or AOL’s classic screeching as you logged in?

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Liam S Crawford
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