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A Composition On

Social Networking-Advantages & Disadvantages

Submitted to:

Sharmin Chowdhury

Submitted by:

Sajjad Uddin Mahmud

Dept.: EEE

Section: C

Student No.: 0906148

Date of submission:

11th October, 2011

Social Networking-Advantages & Disadvantages

Any person who lives in the 21st century has a lot of ways to communicate with each other. One of many is social networking site. The term ‘Social Networking’ does not exclusively belong to digital technology on the Web. On the contrary, social networks had been studied from the beginning of 20th century with the aim to comprehend how the members of a certain community interact and which mechanism can determine the interaction itself. However, today social networking commonly refers to an online service or site that focuses on building and reflecting of social relations among people by sharing interests and activities. A social network service essentially consists of a representation of each user (often a profile), his/her social links, and a variety of additional services. Most social network services are web based and provide means for users to interact over the Internet, such as e-mail and instant messaging. There are many social network sites such as- Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, Hi5, Myspace, Tagged, Friendster etc. The popularity of social networks today is really incredible. Both developers and users have felt it. Modern people often even don't imagine themselves without social networks and online communication. But a question is arise that if this is good or bad tendency. To find the answer, it is needed to analyze the advantages and disadvantages of social networking. First of all, the best advantage of social networking sites is to connect with a large number of people. A person is just like a small spider somewhere in the ‘World Wide Web’ trying to share his thoughts with millions of other spiders elsewhere in...
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