In the past century, we have seen rapid growth in the way society receives and sends information. One of the leading elements that has added to this change is the use and constant growth of technology. It is that change and growth that has lead us to live a life where computing surrounds us during our daily environment.
Before, directories were available universally on the streets via yellow book. Before we could receive a message on our pagers. Before we had to wait for our home connection to start up. We have seen various life cycles of receiving information and staying connected. Now we have the technology available to keep us on track where ever we go. To some, this might be the dawn to something bigger, better, and revolutionizing, and to others, it might be a world of foreseen security breaches and privacy concerns.
Some the pros and cons to this evolutionary change have sparked multiple debates and in the process, opened up conversations in this ever changing space.