With every breakthrough in technology, culture and human behavior undergo tectonic shifts. German historian, Wolfgang Behringer, argues in Communication Revolutions: a Historical Concept that the advent of new tools of communication restructures the ways we interact and perceive the world around us. For example, he claims that the rise of the postal service implemented a universal time, shortened perceived spatial distances and coalesced isolated communities. Take this idea into 2018, following the ability of the mobile phone to connect with anyone around the world in seconds. Technology has indeed reshaped the ways that we think and interact with our surroundings.
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