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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Digital Literacy in the Lives of Adults and Young People - Past, Present and Future 1990s. The internet became a popular leisure and business pursuit.People could send emails, chat to friends and play games. 2000 - present. We have seen the appearance of gadgets where one could argue have changed the world in what we live in; these include: webcams, ipods, gameboys,sat-navs, tablets,blue tooth, digital cameras,interactive TVs, 3-D viewing and smart phones. 1980s.Telephone answering machines became very popular and offered commercial benefits to offices and small businesses. Mobile phones were also introduced - the average price of a mobile phone in the UK was £500. 1970s. Communication was primarily via post, radio, telephone and our black and white or colour TV sets. Over the last fourteen years, we have become accustomed to equipment that feature touch screen, extremely quick internet and the ability to have the world at our fingertips within seconds. People who naturally embrace such digital knowledge and technique, we could categorise them as "digital natives", but what about those who don't? These "digital immigrants" are at risk of being left behind and could be doing so at a rate of the speed of technology progression itself.For example, let's look upon items that are at the risk of becoming obsolete as a result of such technology progression; dial-up systems, having photographs developed, maps, film rental stores,long distance phone call charges, VCRs, fax machines and floppy disks. We should consider a worst case scenario on how people and businesses,who are not digitally literate may survive in years to come. Awareness needs to be
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