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Technology is often a part of our society today. It is used not only by those who create the products but also by those who provide the necessary resources to make their creation possible. There are countless different types of technology. Some examples include telecommunications equipment such as telephone sets and televisions, personal computers, and many others. Technology affects all aspects of our lives, including transportation systems, information processing, and communications systems.

Some people are unsure of what the term technology means. This term refers to several scientific and technological objects. The scientific definition of technology is “A process that employs the application of scientific and technological knowledge to practical ends such as the design, manufacture, operation, and operation of physical items or systems.” On the other hand, the technical definition is “The application of technological knowledge to meet the needs of society.” In this latter sense, technology can sometimes be regarded as the culture and social norm which affect the way things are done.

The term technology has several common associations. For example, the French refer to technology as a way of life and artists commonly refer to technology as the means of expression used to create the art form. One of the most prominent French speakers of the term technology is Jean Sibelius. Sibelius is recognized as one of the greatest philologists of the thirteenth century. Other speakers include the Roman poet Ovid, the Greek author Homer, and the German writer Dietrich von Moltke. These speakers all use the term technology in one way or another to describe their craft and the impact it has had on their craftsmanship.

The use of technology does not have a clearly-defined place in the modern world. While it is possible to use technology to construct complex machines like computer systems, the effect on society as a whole is often minimal. Modern society is largely guided by the practical needs of the people in it. This means that while a new machine for printing a particular page of a newspaper may be important for the office worker who does the printing, it is of little use to the shopkeeper who has to do the actual bookbinding. Modern technology does not have a clearly-defined place in society. Instead, it tends to be used to distinguish itself from the existing practices and to progress technologically.

The first clear-cut example of technology in twentieth-century society comes from the application of the term technology to the arts. Art scholars have identified three periods of twentieth-century application. The first was the rise of applied science and technology during the first part of the twentieth century. Applied science and technology, which include such concepts as chemistry, physics, and biology, came into being as a result of advances in nineteenth-century industrial design and the development of more efficient production processes.

The second period in which applied science and technology became prominent in twentieth-century society came during the age of great German scientists and engineers. The German language quickly established itself as the international standard for scientific communication. Besides, German was the only major language to be completely accepted throughout the European Union when it was granted its status as the official language of Europe during the Second World War. In general, twentieth-century German gave the world a new sense of what a technological society looked like.

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