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Published: Monday, Feb. 13 2012 8:18 a.m. MST

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My2Cents
Taylorsville, UT

Looks like the cell phone and digital technology has met its doom. Just as well, no one really knew what to do with all the Apps and no one knows how to use them. Is it any wonder the wheel is still around and the electrons and losing ground. Has technology reached its limit and potential? Something was brewing and its communications companies have exceeded cost:benefit limit.

Like everything else in the US, our technology is outdated and too expensive to replace. Like our freeways, roads, waterways, and bridges time and wear has come to its doom to maintain and upgrade. Technology runs a road for so long with no thought of its limits or future, the profit line is corporate motivation. Sometimes less is more and US business and government ignores that concept and it kills them.

Technology has reduced productivity and even made it slower because no one knows any workaround methods of doing their computer based jobs when there is a failure in the pipeline.

RanchHand
Huntsville, UT

Isn't capitalism wonderful? You get to charge for a service you refuse to provide.

What a great idea. Much like the Insurance Industry in this country.

Pagan
Salt Lake City, UT

'What a great idea. Much like the Insurance Industry in this country.' - RanchHand | 9:37 a.m. Feb. 13, 2012

Supported:

**'Wellpoint Drops Coverage For Some Women With Breast Cancer' - By Mary Ellen Egan - Forbes Magazine - 04/23/10

'Yesterday, an investigation by Reuters revealed that Wellpoint routinely drops coverage of women with breast cancer. According to the report, Wellpoint used a computer algorithm that automatically targeted...' - article

FYI, that was Wellpoint health insurance.

They dropped people...when they got cancer.

Who stopped it?

Healthcare reform. :)

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