The Effect of the Internet on Modern Society
In this day and age, the Internet is the new resource tool for the masses. It has changed the way we live in society and the way people interact with each other. As more and more people log on the Internet, it has undoubtedly changed the way people think and feel about each other and the world around us. When we begin to look at the ways it has changed society, we can clearly see many reasons to its assimilation into modern life. First, it has given people a new way to communicate, through E-mail and web cams. Secondly, it is a sort of modern library where anything imaginable can be researched, and finally, not only in the virtual sense has it changed the world but also in the physical sense. Millions of jobs have been created by way of the Internet, the economy and the way people purchase thing has also changed. Because of these reasons, the Internet has become a staple in society and will continue to influence our lives in a productive way.
The world today is in a high point when it comes to the economy, not only of the United States but of almost every first or second world country due in part by the Internet. The Internet serves a different purpose to every user, but to a country as a whole it serves the purpose of a great boost their economy. Billion dollar a year companies such as Dell, IBM and Macintosh greatly help the economy in way most people do not see. Not only do those companies pay taxes to the federal government, the economy gets a boost on any product that a consumer buys, thus every computer or accessories that a consumer purchases, the government is taking a little piece of the pie.
As it turns out, computer and internet companies can not run themselves, which means, thousands of jobs need to be filled to help maintain the high level of quality in a product and to ensure that the company will run like a smooth oiled machine. But not only the new computer companies have created jobs for...
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