The article, “Technology creates anti-social youth” by the Daily Titan and “Fahrenheit 451” by Ray Bradbury both convey the similar idea that technology is taking the place of our social lives. Clarisse is the one exception to the “Fahrenheit 451” world of social isolation created by the citizens constantly being surrounded by technology. Described as one who “thinks too many things”, Clarisse’s mind is full of imagination and unique ideas, unlike Montag, a man who “[hasn’t] looked for a long time” at the world around him, at least with much thought and value. This connects well to the article by the Daily Titan, which reflects on a study of several college students “sucked into” their world of technology as an outlet to escape from their stressful lives. This peace and tranquility can quickly turn into “an undiagnosed form of “addiction” as the students, like the technologically absorbed wife of Montag, would much rather be “so wrapped up in their constantly evolving world of technology” than celebrating life by encountering and surpassing real life situations and problems. This unrealistic lifestyle where life is nothing more than a series of “likes” and trends will not create a living, breathing, and thinking person, but another robot in a completely uniform society.