Angela Lei, a junior at the John D. O’Bryant School of Math & Science, is constantly on her phone, from using it on the train to being attached to it at home. It has gotten to the point where she is concerned about her interpersonal skills.In today’s fast-paced culture, it is not uncommon to look around and see the majority of people looking down at screens. With things like texting and the Internet, it is not hard to understand the desire to be caught up with what is relevant. “I’m using it 24/7,” says Lei. For many teenagers, the convenience of having all of the answers at your fingertips is much too tempting to give up. Not only can you fi home- work and research with ease, you can shop online, make dinner reservations, and buy movie tickets. After one gets used to the advantageous uses of technology, it is hard to stop. “People don’t know how to socialize anymore,” says Linh Vu, a junior at the O’Bryant. Society is so centered around technology that even the teenagers, who have grown up with it, have noticed the changes in their lifestyles. Holding onto the past will not help anyone, some teens say, but it also important to remember that technology is not everything.