The Wonderful, Wonderful World of the Social Network.

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The wonderful, Wonderful world of the social network.

“The Social Web is a specified term for the World Wide Web as a kind of Social Media. The term is currently used to describe how people socialize or interact with each other throughout the Web.” Around the world million even trillions of people are accessing the internet to do things when their daily lives are concerned such as: buying groceries, paying bills, sending photos, even down to talking to family over seas. The World Wide Web or social network as we all know it as is great for everything that you can think of. We are going to talk about all of the aspects of the social network from History, the good thing about using the social network, and the bad things of the social network.

I remember when I was a young child they always talked about Bill Gates, the Internet, and computers. I also remember my mother buying this old computer that was not as sophisticated like these dell processor and the other technology that we have not in 2011. I also remember when connecting the internet it made this loud irritating noise. So everything starts off with something and it has its own history, “Today's Social Web is the product of an ongoing evolution that began in the early stages of the Internet. “The World Wide Web got its start as a large but simple Bulletin Board System that allowed users to exchange software, information, news, data, and other messages with one another. In 1979, Jim Elis and Tom Truscott of Duke University conceived the Usenet, a global discussion system that enabled users to post public messages; the late 1990s saw the increasing popularity of personal web sites that allowed any user to share information with others about their private lives. By December 19th, 1998, the world's first online interactive diary community Open Diary was founded; currently still online after ten years, it has hosted over five million digital diaries. Created by Bruce and Susan Abelson, Open Diary...
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