Fahrenheit 451 Essay | iPods in Relation to "Fahrenheit 451"

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iPods in Relation to "Fahrenheit 451"

Summary: The popular iPod digital music players are like the "seashell radios" in Ray Bradbury's "Fahrenheit 451" that are used to entertain one's self and limit human interaction.
As a civilization in the 21st century, technology has helped shape our society. Without even realizing it, technology affects a lot of what we do and when we do it. One of the most popular advances in technology today is the iPod. The iPod is a type of mp3 player produced by Apple, a computer company. Like most electronics, it has enhanced human existence, but it has also stifled human independence and experience by limiting human interaction.

IPods are a great source of entertainment. I'm sure the buyers of more than 42 million iPods think so too. That is how many have been purchased in the last year alone. IPods are compact, but have large amounts of available memory so you can download all your favorite songs. There are also games that come previously downloaded. The newer iPods all have color screens and with the latest...

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