Cell Phones – Annoying Little Life Savers Or Technological Tools Put to Good Use
The mobile phenomenon is so enormously interesting. Some people just find it annoying and sometimes they are, but sometimes they can be little lifesavers depending on the situation. These recent commercials in which the guy with the glasses talks redundantly into a cell phone; "Can you hear me now?" Became very annoying and eventually got under your skin.
Despite some advertising methods that tend to get absurd into a new dimension, we live in an amazing time. Some companies do not know this and others do not, but the fact that it is mobile technology shifts all technological effects to everyone. With the Internet connecting mobile devices, things are happening around the world that used to be considered impossible.
Now that the technology is being used meaningfully and for a positive purpose, large businesses and destitute individuals can mingle without conflict. In fact, this kind of technology and innovative thinking has saved the people of Bangladesh.
Good news like this has to be repeated and praised. I recently read Nicholas P. Sullivan's book for the first time. "You can now hear me as microcredits and cell phones connect the world's poor with the global economy." I was forced to look at modern technology and big business with a whole new attitude.
A microfinance institution, known in all respects as the Grameen Bank, wanted to eradicate poverty by implementing a program that included the provision of mobile phones to the rural poor. This has led to a landslide of profits and opened the door to many who have virtually nothing to offer. In my opinion, this has done an amazing job and won the Nobel Peace Prize for this achievement.
This has opened my eyes to the things that are really important to me and many others. It is a refreshing change to use the latest technology tools, and many would like to see them continue. We can make this world a better place, and I believe that it starts by paying attention to such things, talking about them and infecting everyone and everything you can with as much certainty as possible.
Mobile phones are a worldwide phenomenon and helpful in many ways, so they are considered a valuable resource today. It can be fun, but more importantly, they have the potential to be life-saving as well. Now I know that I'm a bit late; "You may hear me know", the phenomenon of mobile microcredit and Grameen Bank, but as mentioned above, it is worth repeating this good news.
What the Grameen Bank has accomplished is in my opinion worthy of the Nobel. Iqbal Quadir, Muhammed Yunnus and the Grameen Bank have achieved something that you can truly be proud of and that goes beyond mere profit.
One of the most important things for the world is undoubtedly communication. People from all over the world communicate at any time and in any place. Now more than ever thanks to the infamous cell phone. It is a very interesting phenomenon. Just think about how fast and widespread the phone has captured our world. This newly discovered freedom of technological progress has reached the world and has returned.
You can now travel to a distant jungle and see someone walk on a small handheld and talk about it. It would be a miracle if you did not believe that this is quite amazing. Can you hear me now? For me is no longer associated with this old commercial. I still remember it again and again. But instead of annoying me, I'm just smiling as another picture washes over it. An image of people in Bangladeshi villages talking on their cells.