What does the internet make possible, and how was that done before?
The internet is a large, global space of complex interconnected computer networks. It is known everywhere and everyday it connects millions of people throughout the world. We can now, with a touch of a button, access a whole new universe and communicate with different people and cultures, find out anything in less than 10 seconds, make money with advertisements and websites; and we can even order pizza or buy our groceries online. I know it’s hard to believe, but we actually did live before the internet was invented. Email was unheard of, we all wrote letters, phoned each other or even met up somewhere. When email was invented it led to instant messaging and no-one wrote letters anymore because it simply took too long and it was much easier just to go to your computer and send an instant message, which would get to the person instantly, hence the name. We also went to the library or bought books to research or study. Yes, it would take longer, but as a result we would get truthful information from experienced people unlike what the internet for tales. Unfortunately now, whatever we Google anybody can come from anywhere and write dishonest information therefore tricking us into putting it into our work or important assignments. Before we ordered pizza online, we actually had to physically go to the outlet, buy it and then wait the 15 minutes required. Remember? Now we order it online and whenever you’re ready, you go to the store and your pizza is waiting right there for you. So if you think that’s everything, you’re wrong. We now also do our banking online as if it were a safer thing to do than actually go to the bank and do it. Banking online is very dangerous because our money or personal information can be at risk from viruses and hackers, but of course people do it, because it is more convenient.
How has the internet changed globalization/ interconnectedness?
With the invention of...
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