Now, I understand and am aware of the technology all us around and the need to know how to navigate through it in order to “survive” in the society we live in. I do believe that technology does have a place in our schools… But I do ask the question, how much technology is too much? Albert Einstein once said, “I fear the day when the technology overlaps with our humanity. The world will only have a generation of idiots.” Has technology advanced to the point that we do not need face-to-face contact? I am guilty of going on a date with my boyfriend and bringing my cell phone, I am guilty of going out with friends while all of us have sat and texted or played with our phones, I am guilty of not turning my cell phone off during a movie, and the list goes on and on. Using technology in our classrooms can be a great and rewarding experience, but can too much technology be leading our students into a world where people cannot function without modern day technology? I do see the irony of me posting this via my blog, for a class that is “web-delivered” requiring no face-to-face contact, but I ask the question: How much technology is too much? Did Einstein predict the future? Is technology really overlapping with our humanity?