Google now knows where you're going before you do. Now, I'm all for technological advancement, but I still think that's a bit creepy. Hence I don't put all my details online, even under strict privacy settings.
Nevertheless, it seems inevitable that our way of life becomes more and more integrated with machines. No, it's not Skynet enslaving human I'm worried about, but rather the originality of human innovation. If we have computers backing every one of our creative and scientific ideas, what are we without them?
It's already unimaginable going through high school without access to a search engine. Fifty years from now, can we survive a day without Internet? I don't mean surviving tweeting addiction, but physical survival like driving to work without crashing. When your car drives itself and depends on live traffic data, transmission glitch doesn't sound so harmless anymore, huh?
So yeah, maybe it's good to unplug once in a while to remember doing things the old way, sans auto complete and all. To remember who's in control.