Which came first? The chicken or the egg? Or, in the application to today’s technology, are we changing and forming technology, or is technology changing and forming us?
Do 140 character blips and tweets of information cause a fragmented, multi-task-oriented, short attention span, ADD-ish mental state? Or do we embrace those 140 messages because we are naturally inclined to be fragmented, multi-task-oriented, short attention-span, ADD-ish thinkers?
Do we create electronic calenders and schedule apps because we have schedules impossible to otherwise coordinate? Or has the availability of such personal appointment setters enabled the creation of such schedules in the first place?
Do we join online communities and then enjoy the sense of closeness and connectedness with that group? Or do we need a community and then create it online to fill the void?
Would I ever write a school-related post entirely in question form if it were not in a blog? Or is the use of a blog space allowing me to express the questioning side of my brain in a form never before allowed in English class?