Internet Makes Life Better

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The Internet makes life better

Nowadays, with the development of the Internet, our life becomes more convenient than any time in the past. With the click of the mouse, you can find everything on the Internet including shopping, communication, entertainment, study, and so on.

Do you know how many percent of people on the Earth have access into the Internet? - 21%
In the United States, 74% of American adults use the Internet. 94% of students in the US are using the Internet. 60% of American adults use broadband connections at home.55% of American adults connect to the internet wirelessly, either through a WiFi or WiMax connection via their laptops or through a handheld device like a smart phone.

Because of the Internet, we can do shopping without going to the store which is located far away. Online shopping is the process whereby consumers directly buy goods or services from a seller in real-time, without an intermediary service, over the Internet. It is a form of electronic commerce.

We can talk with a people who are away 10,000 miles with high quality of voice and images. Brought us closer to people those are in another part of the world: video calls with Skype, Online support calls so I don’t have to drive 2 hours to a client site. Telephone: Voice over IP or VOIP

Besides, we can find tons of information by one click on Google.com, Yahoo.com, and so on.
Other conveniences of the Internet: Online banking. Driving Directions .We can work or study from anywhere in the world.
In conclusion, I believe the Internet makes life better. I cannot live one day happily without Internet.

Source: kidspsych. (January 5, 2010). Internet User Profiles Reloaded. Retrieved from http://pewresearch.org/pubs/1454/demographic-profiles-internet-broadband-cell-phone-wireless-users *www.google.com/shoppingonline/images

*http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Online_shopping
*www.google.com/onlinecommuncation/images...
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