Andrew Sullivan was brought in to this world in South Godstone, Surrey, England in 1963. He attended different colleges obtaining his B.A, Masters, and Ph.D. in history and Government. Andrew started a wonderful career as a Journalist writing for New Republic. Later on he was accepted to write for New York Times Magazine. A gay, Catholic, conservative, and often controversial commentator, Sullivan made history as a blogger. After roughly 5 years he decided to take a break from journalism. Sullivan started writing several books from 1995 to 2006.
There are some positive facts about the Ipod. First, the device can hold plenty of music and videos. The Ipod can come in a variety of sizes, colors, and megabytes. The little device can be placed anywhere you can imagine because its small and slim. There are about 22 million people who now own the Ipod. Places you might find the Ipod in use vary from major airports, subways, sports games and jogging or walking down the street.
Besides the positive outcomes there are some negative aspects. IPods can zone you out from the world causing you to be antisocial and distracted. Sometimes the device takes your attention away from what youre doing and can cause injury to yourself or others. Lastly, boredom takes a huge toll on Ipod users. Once bored, it is easy to insert the earphones and entertainment is tap away.
In conclusion, Andrew Sullivans Ipod World story helps you give thought to how technology is impacting our lives. Sullivan shares with you some facts around the use of the Ipod and the potential for isolation from society. Lastly, he reinforces the need to adapt the way we leverage technology and still retain the critical communication behaviors that support our society.