Agricultural, industrial, and knowledge revolutions, Humanities

Discuss how the "timeline" of technology has evolved and how our technologies have changed over time. Frame this answer in terms of the Agricultural, Industrial, and Knowledge Revolutions. Be sure to provide specific examples from each time period to support your answer.

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