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Due to excessive digitization some basic life skills are dying out. We are instead using their digital variations. People cannot properly read maps these days. They can’t use the compass. People would rather type than hand-write something. They prefer not looking up for information from books, rather simply use online searches for the same. That even includes information on relatively simple stuff like baking bread. The imperial system of feet, inches, pounds or ounces is now a fading memory. Even tougher is converting them to the metric system. Instead people now need to worry about online privacy settings for fear of leaking business intelligence to competitors. This has enabled online banking to flourish. Even job searches have become reliant on online modes.

Source:  http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/technology-science/technology/20-basic-life-skills-dying-6214224

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