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The Negative Effects of Technology on Society Essay

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Technology has more negative effects on today’s society than positive. Due to technology in the past few decades Canine Shock Collars have been increasingly popular. Students in school pay more attention to texting than they do their classes. Violent addictive video games have made their way into American homes. Parents encourage their children to not text as much, but them to face the problem of constant communication. The Internet gives the students easier ways to cheat in school, and reinforces laziness. Internet Porn gives every bored male a chance to look at the seediest film in the comfort of his own home. Technology has taken the innocence and mystery away from the American family. Canine shock…show more content…

Through extensive research we are now able to see that multitasking is not an effective learning method, but is a bad thing to do. Video games such as World of Worldcraft and Call of Duty, have become prevalent across America. These games allow the average American boy to act as if he was a fantasy character or allows him to feel as if he was a military personnel on a killing spree. World of Worldcraft and Call of Duty are extremely violent and addictive video games. It was said that the Columbine killers stated that they got their practice from playing video games. When there are games such as Gran Theft Auto where you get points for raping and pimping women, it numbs the mind to the despicable acts of the video game. When boys that regularly play violent video games are confronted, they have a much higher chance to become increasingly aggressive (Gentile, Lynch, Linder, and Walsh). The children who play video games also have a smaller chance of succeeding academically. Parents are also responsible for this technology epidemic. My parents bought me a cell phone supposedly for my entertainment. I knew that the cell phone was however a technological leash. Parents are addicted to the constant communication that cell phone, Internet, and other technology has allowed them to constantly watch over their children. Parents and children

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How It Works

The Bad Elf Wombat accessory is battery powered, so you just turn it on and insert your avionics memory card. Your iPad or iPhone connects via Wi-Fi to the Wombat device. Apps such as CloudAhoy, other EFB apps, and our free Wombat utility app can then write and read avionics files to and from the memory card. Once the data is transferred, you simply remove your card from the Wombat, and reinsert it into your avionics or data loader. The memory card stays in the aircraft the entire time.

We wanted Wombat to earn a place in your flight bag, so it also functions as a back-up USB battery pack. It has 2 USB ports and can fast charge both your iPad (2.4A) and iPhone (1A) simultaneously. The rechargeable 9800mAh battery pack can recharge your iPad from 0 to 100% in just a few hours.


Supported Avionics

Bad Elf Wombat works with almost all avionics found today in piston, turboprop, and bizjet aircraft. No expensive avionics upgrades required!

Wombat is available in 2 editions, one for each category of aircraft and avionics type:

Bad Elf Wombat
Piston Edition
Bad Elf Wombat
Turbine Edition
Pricing
Contact us: hardware + annual subscription
Pricing
Contact us: hardware + annual subscription
Supported Avionics*
  • Aspen Avionics
  • Advanced Flight Systems
  • Dynon Avionics
  • Garmin (except G3000/G5000)
  • GRT
  • MGL Avionics
  • Sagem Avionics
Supported Avionics*
  • Honeywell
  • Rockwell Collins
  • Garmin G3000/G5000
  • FreeFlight FMS/GPS (future release)
  • Universal Avionics (future release)
  • all avionics supported by Piston Edition

The exact features supported by Wombat depend on your avionics configuration and NavData supplier. We'll publish a more detailed compatibility and feature matrix in the near future.


Coming Soon

We’ll be announcing more information about Bad Elf Wombat, including our partnerships with app and avionics vendors, some yet-to-be-announced features, and production status. If you’re interested, please sign up below so we can keep you updated!

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