题目：The development of technology has changed the way that people interact with each other. In what ways does it change the type of relationship that people build with each other. Does this have positive or negative effect on society?
Technological advances have revolutionised our life in many aspects, this is evdent when we examine the example of people interact with each other in more diverse ways than before. There is no doubt that the development of technology achieves its fullfilment through all the processing of interpersonal relationship, from meeting a new one to keeping in touch with others regularly.
To start with, a variety of approaches is provided for people to acknowledge a stranger due to the advancement of communication methods. For example, individual could search out one's information through social networking websites, which facilitates long-distance interaction. Specifically, thanks to the telecommunication, an effective innovation which narrows the space, people are able to make friends at thousands of miles away. Further, the invention of protable devices, like mobile phones, enable us to connect with anyone we have known already by sending real-time messages, which is not only fast, but also cost-effective, as well as e-mails rather than regular mails.
Admittedly, since the technology have played an important role in our daily life, people tend to be more isolated. Many socialists complain that lack of face-to-face communication, to some extent, would reduce people's social skills, especially when we consider the fact that people have a hard time to adjust to new enviroment of strangers, which makes them uncomfortable. However, it is not sound to say that it is the technology leads to the alienation. In fact, the fast pace of society, and the living stress, have all contributed to the way people connect and interact with others.
Overall, technology itself, is of positive impact, which means to many, utilising technological innovations varies their ways of communication. As a matter of fact, we should not blame the development for the various methods it provide, but to blame ourselves for over-reliant on them while at the same time, making some positive changes.