I have technology to enhance my life. Technology brings me into the world of my daughter. She is in the U.S military. When I need to see her face, I turn to technology to bring her home. I can turn on the Skype, or Facebook and get an update of her busy life, which makes my life a little better. I have also used technology to further my education via online courses. I was able to obtain my Bachelors of Science in Sociology, because using online technology made it convenient and flexible, to work around my job schedule. On my job, I have to use technology to upload data, whereas I use to write everything by hand. It quicker plus, I can pull and access data at the touch of a key instead of hunting through tons of paperwork, that often get misplaced. I enjoy social media outlet by using technology, when I am at home and feeling too tired and lazy after a hectic week, I browse the websites to catch up on friends and read my emails and of course shopping. Technology has transformed the wayRead More »from Technology in Felicia Smith's World
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I was surfing through the basic channels on T.V and notice C-SPan was hosting a forum on the war on poverty? What war and who is actually fighting? I can not help myself from thinking , there is little fighting in this lifestyle-so-called war .Read More »from War on Poverty?
Unless a collective effort is join as a community , all the way to Congress back to to the Mayors of each city in U.S, there will be no white flags of surrender of change. I can look and see single mothers working two jobs, to put food on the table and other basic needs.
I know from experience, raising minimum wages can combat and enforce Moms with enough ammunition to spend more time at home and leisure time to raise a more productive citizen, who could not benefit from this effort.
I notice Dads who are not in the home can reach out even from the jail cells to send wages from work release to the state to aid in child support .
The Mayors and the city officials can use tax revenues to bring summer jobs back to the neighborhood in the