The Technical (T)Error is a book that transports you to the new age of technology we live in. It delves into an era where everything is effortlessly available and easily accessible. The book highlights the comfort that progressive programming and day-to-day tech upgrades have brought into our lives. But, on the flip side, it also emphasizes how our excessive reliance on technology has rendered our minds less productive, our hearts devoid of emotions, and the human connections fading with each passing day.
Has this tech-savvy world taken a lot from us as humans? Or is it really the way, as technology suggests, for the betterment of society? Technology has always come with a question mark for me – has it been a curse or a boon to society? The interesting aspect is that, without actively seeking answers, we humans have consistently embraced technological advancements with open arms, often without pondering the potential repercussions.
The book makes us think – whether technology has been correctly used as a tool as it is meant to be, or whether we are posing threats to ourselves through over-dependency, ultimately leading to nothing but termination.
The addiction to technology, often under the guise of making life simple, reaches a point of no return, and, unfortunately, there is no rehab for it. And that’s not all; the additional threats associated with this rapidly evolving technology compel us to reflect on the wisdom of our esteemed predecessors who said, ‘Nothing comes easy, and there are no shortcuts to success.’ Isn’t this contrary to today’s lifestyle, largely due to these tech gizmos?
To think is our right, and we should know what and how much is right.
|Title:||The Technical (T)Error|
|Author:||Rohit Ashok Kothari|
|Number Of Pages:||172 pages|
|Place of Publication:||India|
|Release date:||19 September 2023|