is technology making us

Are we becoming a nation of cogs in a machine? The digital age is forcing us to
think more and more about our connections and our digital footprint. As a result,
many of us are becoming more digital natives than ever. We’re becoming more
aware of our surroundings, aware of our surroundings, and more aware than
we’ve been in a long time.
We’re also becoming more passive consumers of technology. As a result, we’re
being less active consumers of technology. Do we have a long way to go before
we become a nation of lazy consumers of technology?
On today’s technology front, we’re being more mindful consumers than ever. But
are we being more mindful of the consequences of being a less-active consumer
of technology?
Not necessarily.
What is digital nativeness?

Digital natives, also known as first-time homebuyers, are people who have
owned a home for longer than five years. If you are a first-time homebuyer,
you’re probably very digital. You may not have realized it before, but your home
technology is a lot more like your childhood. Your parents may not have paid
attention to the nuances of new technology, but you were an early adopter of
technology. You may not have realized it at the time, but you were very aware of
how your home was wired and connected. Digital natives are also known as
home-fliers.

How are we doing it?

As we’ve become more digital natives, so have we become more informed
consumers of technology. Over the past few years, we’ve seen a dramatic rise in
tech-savvy people and a corresponding plunge in tech-slingers. We’ve also seen
an increase in tech-savvy companies and tech leaders.
There’s no question that smartphones are making our lives easier. There’s no
question that the Internet of Things (IoT) is making our lives easier. More and
more people are using smart home devices like thermostats, refrigerators, and
food heaters to make home life more efficient. More and more people are also
using sensors to make home life more accurate and consistent. Predictive
navigation and remote access are making our homes more efficient, too.

Predictive home is something we’ve become used to over the past decade, but
it’s still very new.

The issues that make us digital natives

While smartphones have made our lives easier, it’s important to remember that
they haven’t made our homes as accurate, reliable, or consistent as we want
them to be. This means that consumers need to be more aware of the issues that
make us digital natives.
Digital natives don’t want a house that’s out of kilter. They don’t want a house
that’s out of control. They want a house that’s controlled, predictable, and easy to
maintain.

The benefits of being digital natives

Digital natives are not only more informed consumers of technology; they’re also
more active consumers of technology. In other words, they’re more active
consumers of all things digital. Digital natives are also more likely to use smart
home devices when they’re not in their own homes. Digital natives are also more
likely to use sensors when keeping track of home energy usage and home
maintenance. Digital natives are also more likely to purchase appliances that
come with remote controls.

How to tell if you’re digital native or not

Before you buy a home, carefully examine your digital footprint and see if there
are any tell-tale signs of digital maturity. If you notice any of these signs, you may
be closer to being digital natives than you think. If you notice that your digital
footprint is more substantial than it was five or 10 years ago, consider yourself
lucky. If you notice that your digital footprint is less substantial than it was,
consider yourself slow. You may need to do a little more work to get to the finish
line in a digital race than you might have done with a different generation of
technology.

What makes us digital natives?

One of the most important things that anyone can do is learn to love their home.
If you’re willing to put in the time and effort necessary to build and maintain your
house, then you have to love it. If you’re willing to work and sacrifice some of
your comfortable routines and get in the weeds of plumbing and electrical work,
then you have to love your house. If you’re willing to put in the hours that it takes
to keep your house clean and your furniture safe, then you have to love your
home.

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consider yourself slow. You may need to do a little more work to get to the finish
line in a digital race than you might have done with a different generation of


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Conclusion

Digital natives are people who have been around longer than five years and are
largely aware of how their homes are wired and connected. Digital natives are
also known as first-time homebuyers. Digital natives are often analytical, goal-
oriented consumers who are quite aware of how their home is connected to the
rest of the world.

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