Surviving Without Internet

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Can I survive without internet?
It’s a simple question that people ask themselves once and a while. Can I live without using the internet? A lot of people cannot survive without internet but in places like India, they have made days that people are not allowed to use the internet. It has changed the way of life by how we spend our time and how we know about the world. The great thing called internet was introduced in (DATE). Only rich people could afford internet but nowadays, a lot of people can accessed internet. It has improved our life but in the same way, it has made our lives worse. People spend several hours a day on the internet, on social networks or reading news. In a study published recently in the Journal of Affective Disorders, examined the habits of 20 people who had spent more than 30 nonworking hours a week online for the past three years. The participants described skipping sleep, ignoring family responsibilities, and showing up late for work to fulfill their desire to visit chat rooms and surf the Web. The consequences were severe: Many suffered from marital problems, failed in school or lost a job, and accumulated debt. The Intenet is an amazing tool which can instantly connect you to people and information all over the world, but do you ever find yourself spending lots of time on the net, surfing for information, checking your e-mails, playing video games or watching videos on YouTube? People have been asked what they thought was the most important item in their daily life: the computer, mobile phone or television. The majority of the readers chose their computers, followed closely by mobile phones. A huge majority of people log on to the internet several times a day or are constantly online (either at home or in office). In terms of exact hours, the majority stay connected between 1 to 2 hours, either checking e-mails or just browsing the Net. It is evident that income may not anything to do with how much time one spends online. People have...
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