I was working on my computer desk when I saw a group of guys in white lab coats walking towards me.
One of the men looked like he was wearing a mask.
“You know, it’s kinda weird,” I said to myself.
“The mask looks kinda weird, doesn’t it?”
“No, it does,” the other guy responded, and he started talking about the benefits of using computers in the classroom.
“Well, this is why we use computers in class,” he said.
“It’s because we have computers.
Computers can give you insights about the world, and you can be able to communicate with the other students.”
“That’s why we’re using computers.
We can be communicating with each other.
So, we don’t have to take notes.
We don’t need to be studying, we can be working.”
This is a great idea!
I was about to ask the man if he was serious when he said, “It works!
He explained that this was the case because computers were a universal communication medium.
They were a great tool to communicate.
The other guy added, “If you want to talk to your teacher, you have to talk on the computer.
You can’t just talk on your phone, you can’t talk in a coffee shop, you need a computer.”
I thought to myself, “Wow!
The teacher is sitting on the floor, and the students are sitting around the table?”
“Yes, you know, they have to be on the computers because they have so many people working.”
“No,” the man said, and continued, “They don’t even have to use a computer at all, because you can have one with you anywhere.
You just have to bring your own.”
As I explained this, I got more and more excited.
But I was wrong.
I had just discovered that computers were also a great communication medium, so I started researching.
“What’s the difference between computers and phones?”
I asked my co-workers.
“A phone is a device that you can use to communicate,” one of them responded.
“And computers are machines that you use to send and receive information,” said another.
“Sounds simple, right?”
I thought that sounded pretty straightforward, and so I began my research.
The first thing I discovered was that, yes, computers are really good at communicating.
They are capable of doing this because they are computers, and they use the same technology that we use to talk about the internet and to talk with our friends.
They also use the internet because the internet has been around for over 200 years.
You can have a computer with you everywhere, and it is possible to communicate on the internet without having a phone with you.
It is even possible to do this on a plane.
You simply bring your computer to the airport with you and go on the plane.
There are even some laptops with keyboards.
This is also true of computers.
“So what are the benefits that computers have over phones?”
“Well,” one coworker replied, “the main thing that computers do is to be able do more, to do things that we are not able to do with phones.
And they can do that because computers are a universal medium, which means that they are universal communication devices.
So you can send a text to a friend on your computer, and if that friend then reads that text, he can send back a reply.
The same is true for emails, which are texts that can be exchanged by computers without the need for a phone.
You also don’t necessarily have to have a phone for this to work.
You could use a mobile phone for your email, and this is all good because you don’t get that distraction of being in the middle of the conversation.
But, it is still good because it can be a lot easier to get things done on the Internet.
You do have to buy a phone because of the restrictions that phone companies put on you.
But that is a separate story.
I would encourage anyone who has any interest in technology to get their hands on a computer and try using it in class.
“That can be just as easy,” one co-worker said. “
But,” I asked, “what if I am a teacher?”
“That can be just as easy,” one co-worker said.
I asked the same question.
“If I am not a teacher,” I told them, “you can do it on your own, and I promise you, it will be worth it.”
They all laughed and I said,