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Eric G.Ruivivar IV-O o Mga kabataang nahuhumaling sa online games, ano ang epekto nito? Introduksyon: Ang panahon ay nababago. Sa bawat pagdaan ng panahon ay maraming nagbabagong gamit ang teknolohiya na nakakaagaw atensiyon o pansin sa publiko at lalo na sa mga kabataan, bukod sa bisyo ay pumapangalawa ang online games. Sa paanong paraan natin ito pwedeng maitama sa paglalaro ng online games. Sa pagpasok ng ika-20 siglo, nagsimula ang panahon ng ElectronicDevices. Paglipas lamang ng ilang dekada ito ay lumago at nakilala at naging isang pangkaraniwang bahagi na ng pangaraw-araw na pamumuhay ng tao.Habang lumalago ang industriyang ito, isinilang ang isasa pinakamagandang nilikha ng tao para sa kanyang sarili ang Computers. Isa itong aparato na gumagawa ng trabaho ng tao nang mas mabilis.Ang mga salitang ‘Computer´ ay nangangahulugan noong una na ³isang taoo isang bagay na nagkakalkula at nagbibigay ng resulta base sa isang lohikal na paraan at proseso´. Ang abacus ay maituturing na isang computer noong unang panahon sapagkat ang layunin nito ay mapadali ang kalkulasyon ng mga mangangalakal. Sa kasalukuyan, ang abacus ay hindi na maituturing na computer sapagkat napakalayo na ng agwat ng nagagawa nito sa kilala natinngayon na mga computer. Napaganda, napabilis, napaayos at napadali ng ilangsiglong pag-aaral ang mekanismo ng computer. Ang versatility nito isang resulta ng pagiging malikhain at matiyaga ng mga tao. Naituring ang bagay na ito na isa sa pinakamagandang nalikha ng tao sapagkat isa itong makapangyarihang aparatona nagpapatakbo sa halos lahat ng bahagi ng mundo upang maging mas maayos at madali ang…...

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