American Culture

Popular American Culture
Arnold Grande
April 15, 2010
David Radcliff

      Popular American culture is the everyday activities that consume and influence every one’s way of living. The non-stoppable comings of new technologies everyday make us accept the fact that we are here to grow and live with it. American people develop and adapt with the change as a regular routine of doing business.
      The iPod was released by Apple Incorporation in October 23, 2001. It is a portable media player includes the product line iPod classic, the iPod touch, the iPod Nano, and the iPod shuffle. Each differ in design as the iPod classic is hard drive-based, the iPod touch is touch screen, iPod Nano is video-capable, and the iPod shuffle is known for its compact design.
      The iPhone was introduced by Apple Incorporation in January 9, 2007. Internet and multimedia-enabled smart phones function as a camera phone (text messaging and visual voicemail), a portable media player, and an Internet capability with e-mail, web browsing, and WI-FI.
        Computer was first developed in the mid-20th century (1945-1950). The first computer was a much larger than today’s model. This was the size of a large room and consumes power equal to hundreds of modern computer. Today’s computer models are based on integral circuits and are millions to billions of times more capable than the original model. Computers have come a long way. Today, almost anyone can do almost anything by sitting down in front of the computer. From on-line shopping to personal dating, computer can be anyone’s best friend. Another technology that comes with the computer is the flash drive. This device can store thousands of information by the click of a finger. The downside of this is it is easy to misplace and personal information’s could land in a wrong hand. Online degree is one of the most amazing developments this modern day century. When most of the American people are juggling in two or three jobs,...