—First that one may not be able to
—First of all, one must ask. What is the internet? Simply
put, the internet an international network that allows its users to connect and
have access any data available on it.
Since its creation, the internet has been expanding rapidly.
And today we use it for almost everything. From chatting, reading, ordering food,
to booking tickets and all kinds of online purchases. In fact, today the internet
is used so much that one may not be able to imagine life without it.
internet has become the most important source through which someone can obtain
or send information and many of other activities. However, the internet has
both a good side and a bad one. For example one of the core advantages the
great use of the internet on almost every field is that it gives loads of data
to us and users like students could utilize
the internet for many things, like for finding materials and also submitting
them to their teachers of friends. This use of the internet I very suitable for
students, especially ones that are involved in IT fields. But there are other
fields like the banking world, which the
internet has helped grow by providing new services and ways of transactions
like ”e-Banking” and has also affected negatively because all those transactions
that are now being don through the
internet can never be entirely secure.
days even children use internet for games, videos, cartoons etc, it’s kind of
learning by doing because a 2 or 3 year old child is able to learn how to use
internet, computer, touch screen devices etc. Also if someone interacts with a
computer for the first time he/she will notice that the mouse is to help us to
select what we want, the keyboard helps us to write and through the monitor we
can see what we’re doing so one may be able to navigate, open and close programs,
save data… within hours. So in other words its not 1989, so the excuse ” Im not
good with computers” is no longer acceptable.
And Disadvantages Of Online Education
the major advantages of online education is the convenience. In today’s busy
lifestyle, most people have no time to have traditional learning to take time
off from your schedule to attend regular and routine educational institution.
Online education provides access to learn at any time, allows the flexibility
to schedule your learning, what you need to have only computer and internet
connection at home.Online education is also a great choice for those students
with physical handicaps, which may prevent them from travelling to a college or
university. Similarly, if you are shy or linguistically-challenged, learning in
an online course may be a great option to learn in a class. Besides that,
students can learn from anywhere in the world through online education, it
benefits students who wish to study in a different country, they can learn
different culture and knowledge from different country.
to many studies of Internet users especially youth have concluded that spending
too much time online can adversely affect their psychological well-being.
Consequently, new technology bring the new lifestyle to people , at the same
time how to take most use of the Internet becomes an urgent issue.
Which, if misused, might undermine the quality of our life and even threaten
the mental health of teenage students.
benefit of internet for students is that it can help them with their
assignments. For example if they find difficult to write essay or to do
homework etc they have just too surf the net and its done. So now it’s kind of unbelievable to work in a
project without searching a feedback for that subject, it helps a lot and makes
Based on articles,
AT&T just this year has added more than 2 million wireless lines, but just
about 1 million were for humans, the other lines were installed in vehicles. GM,
BMW, AUDI, FORD etc, have teamed up with AT&T to enable LTE in their
that technology has gone so far but in reality it’s just the beginning of LTE-enabled
cars, it can offer live transmission of information for everything in the vehicle.
problems of others by the use of internet
internet now u can help everyone to solve their problems, there are hundreds of
online platforms where you can post your problem and someone from that field
will answer, for example Quora is one of them where you can ask anything and
anyone can answer or give a solution for your problem. But this way has two
sides the good one and the bad one, the good one is that there you can learn a
lot and businesses through that find their target clients or readers but in
other side we will never know if the answers are correct because everyone can
answer and there are many cases when the answers were just some jokes of
Future of Social Communications, Innovation, Mobile Technologies, and Total
Connectivity in Our Lives
if forming of communication, based on some researches of a network operator in
2013, 94% of their users own a mobile, 84% of them use internet on their mobile
and 74% of them use internet every day. Only a low percentage said that they don’t
use their mobile to connect to internet and that percentage is decreasing while
the time passes.
are in top for being used, they are replacing MP3, alarm clocks, camera, watches,
etc. Smartphones are being used at least three hours per day, 38% chatting, 35%
checking social media, 24% listening to music and 20% surfing the net. Daily activities
are taking up the least time, maximum ten minutes per day and those statistics
are changing every day.
is brimming with opportunities, and the future of the Internet has only just
also is good and bad even in our health, the good thing is that it’s easier to
diagnose the disease to find best hospitals for your disease and to be cured in
the best way, for example people with heart diseases, diabetes, lung diseases,
liver diseases etc., can just go in one of the hospitals and place an apparatus
in their arm that apparatus will control their disease and will send the
real-time information to the hospital if something is going wrong the apparatus will try to help by itself but if it
is more serious it will send the notification to the hospital that the patient
is getting sick, there are many more examples like this. The bad side is that
devices that we use every day are harming our eyes and brain, the position that
we stay is harming our back etc.
technology will never be in the same place.
Internet is free, but how these sites are
getting paid? The truth is that we are paying with our identity, for example when
we use Facebook they log everything we do, the pages you like, the people you
interact with, even the words in your status updates, then they take that
information analyze it and assemble a detailed profile of who you are. They know
your habits, your preferences, they can even determine risk tolerance or sexual
orientation, and they sell that information to advertisers. That’s not a
hypothetical. That actually happened to a woman in Tampa. They actually record
which ads we see then partner with firms that monitor what we do in the real
world, and then they just pump us full of ads. This has got to be one of the
most invasive advertising systems ever devised. Facebook can actually determine
who’s the most vulnerable to an ad campaign then up their dosage until they buy
even more. Sure, you can quit Facebook. But good luck escaping Google. Google doesn’t
just track you when you search, their tracking software is also installed on
even ten million websites, even medical sites, so the health info you think you’re
looking up in private Google’s got a front-row seat. Every time you write a
Gmail, watch a YouTube video, or use Google Maps, Google collects data about
you. We don’t even know the full extent of what Facebook and Google store, or
what they do with that. All we know is that they’re collecting our data on an
unprecedented scale and making billions off of it. That’s their real business
model. When we use these sites, we’re not the customer, we’re the product. The
fact that the sites are free is the problem. When the web was created, we
decided, we would rather have free stuff then pay for the services we used, as
a result, the websites have had to sell ads to make money. They target ads to
us based on our preferences and our behavior online. And that means we’re under
constant surveillance in exchange for these services that we get “for free”. One
in six people on Earth now has a Facebook account, and they make up twenty
percent of all time spent online. That’s 1.6 billion people whose every move is
being tracked by an online big brother that they chose to live under. For every
user they surveil they make just twelve dollars. Your interests, your
personality, your relationships, your privacy, those things are priceless, but
you gave them all away just to avoid paying twelve dollars. So think about it
before you click, like, or visit a page on internet.