Day Twenty-Two: The Future


The future of cell phones



Today is day twenty-two and I have had a nice comment by my mom’s friend. She said that she agreed with the fact that people have begun to phase out phone conversations and replaced them with texting. She said that her family has increasingly begun to communicate through texting. That confirms my hypothesis that the social structure of society is beginning to change. With cell phones being so accessible and affordable, the majority of people have them.

Therefore cell phones have become a standard accessory for the majority of people and have become a more viable form of communication. As time goes on cell phone will become more and more affordable and will in turn completely over take other forms of communication. As I have stated before, cell phones are easy and uncontested in speed of communication, other than actually talking directly to some one face to face. The social communication has been completely altered by the introduction of cell phones and will continue to be altered in even more significant ways as technology improves. Whether this is good or bad, that is up to you to decide.

Let us flash forward twenty years down the road. Cell phones will become standard utility just water and electricity is. They will be cheap, small and be able to show an actual video of a person in addition to just talking to them. The idea of a blackberry will be obsolete because future cell phones will be computers. You will be able to edit, create and share documents with tremendous speed, while it still is able to keep you aware of your schedule and such. There will also be three times as many applications that can be downloaded on you cell phone than the I-phone. There will be uncontested amounts of digital space that is comparison to today’s supercomputers.

In conclusion, the future cell phone will be of unprecedented speed, memory and affordability.



  1. Julia Markovitz
    Posted November 23, 2009 at 2:06 pm | Permalink | Reply

    In the scheme of things, worrying about getting cancer from using cell phones is not even in the top 25 things on my list! And frankly, the older I get the shorter my list of worries becomes! Good job, Matt!

  2. Greg
    Posted November 23, 2009 at 4:01 pm | Permalink | Reply

    Do you think that the raise in texting i/o talking indicates people want to avoid direct sponteanous conversation? Perhaps technology is creating a means to network without really connecting personally. Cell phones may be common place, yet voice to voice is a forgotten art. Next step will be thought to thought. 1984 / Mind Police….

  3. Posted December 3, 2009 at 1:21 am | Permalink | Reply

    Rely nice information man you are updating information very quickly and fastly keep it up.u2ugsm

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