The Digital Migration

Change is a constant part of our lives. Every day, people are finding more effective ways to do things. There’s nothing we can do really, other than keeping up with the times and learn to adapt to this ever-growing world.

The Internet, which is an ever-changing entity in itself, also undergoes a lot of transformation. A more specific way to describe it is a migration. People, in many different aspects, have retreated from the real world and found refuge in this digital realm. With the use of the Internet, doing things are becoming increasingly easier. One specific topic I’d like to discuss is the movement of business from the physical stores into what we call as a virtual marketplace.

The past couple of years have shown an increase in popularity of online selling. In the past, if you’d like to purchase something, you would need to hop into your car, go to the mall, physically pay money and get the item, and then go back home. Right now, this whole process can be done with a click of the button.

The popularity, as well as the number of merchants in these virtual marketplaces, has grown exponentially. One of the biggest benefits of making this move is the decreased overhead expense that a business incurs. Not needing to pay rent, wages, and even utilities is a popular selling point for these. As a result, businessmen essentially earn more with this set-up.

Marketing your products (and company) also becomes a lot easier. Social media is a driving force in this phenomenon. The ability to connect with more people, at a much quicker pace, allows you to build your brand much easier. Visual aids, such as photos and videos, are also a popular medium. In a way, things happen instantly with the snap of your finger.

With this occurrence, I feel both amazed and alarmed. I’ve been in business long enough to know that nothing happens overnight. Everything is worked for. People go through a certain process before they become successful, but it is precisely that struggle that makes them stronger people. Those challenges serve as a mirror that reflects our true self.

If I were to give one final piece of advice, it would be this: In a world where it is so easy to become an avatar, never forget who you truly are. When you start a company, no matter how complicated the road gets, always remember your vision and keep it to heart. People you meet along the way at not just contacts but real human beings.

I guess what I am trying to say is as we move on to this new digital world, may we always remember where we came from, and the value that this holds. May we always cherish the important lessons that we learned along the way, as well as the people we have met. In an ever changing world such as ours, our identity is something that should never let go off.

 

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The Brief History of Computers

Today, computers are often seen as these high-powered devices that provide us with a multitude of uses. They help us to digitalize our thoughts and ideas, connect with people halfway across the world, and even serve as a companion for our entertainment needs.

Computers first started in the 19th Century by an English-Mathematics professor named Charles Babbage. Very different to why we use them today, computers, or analytical engines as they were referred to back then, we invented as a way to efficiently solve math problems. While no prototype was ever made, it was he who created the framework for the computers we know today.

As the technology of the world grew, so did the evolution of computers. The growth hit one of its major roadblocks when vacuum tubes, which facilitated the flow of electrons and controlled the power of the computer, were dubbed as unreliable. Thankfully, three physicists by the names of William Shockley, Walter Brattain, and John Bardeen, introduced the world to transistors. Using elements such as Germanium or Silicon could serve as semiconductors of electricity, and helped stabilize the power used by computers. This also served as a switch to turn a computer on and off.

This ushered in an era where computers could be manufactured commercially. In 1951, Universal Automatic Computer (UNIVAC) invented the first computer that was introduced to the public. This paved the path for more and more developers. Newly improved computer languages, operating systems, and even a computer chip where created during this era. It was also at this time that Douglas Engelbart created a prototype of the modern computer, which uses a mouse and graphical user interface.

The so-called, Third Generation, was ushered in by the invention of the integrated circuit, which helped minimize the size of computers, from giant heaps of metal to the personal computers we know today. This led to a host of computer companies being born, some of which, like Intel, IBM, and Apple, are still alive today. Each of them contributed their spin on what they thought computers should be.

A lot of these innovations like the floppy disk, introduction of programs, as well as more efficient operating systems, helped make the computer user-friendlier for the common people.

Finally, computers were slowly being accepted by the masses and seen as a tool that can be used for everyday tasks.

As more and more people accepted this technology, the practical functions of computers grew well. Through the years, these devices also ran faster and more efficiently, became smaller in size, and their uses broadened. The introduction of the Internet also greatly affected the evolution of computers.

All these changes eventually lead us to the computer we know today and love very dearly. Even in our current generation, computers as constantly transforming and adapting to the needs of people. Who knows what the future holds with regards to the evolution of computers. Right now, as we look back on the history of computers, let us just be thankful for these great minds, and what they have contributed to us.

Computers are not only a symbol of the brilliance of humans but a true testament to what we can achieve if we work together and build on each other’s visions.   

  

 

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Steve Jobs: Innovator Extraordinaire

As we all know, Steve Jobs was the co-founder of one of the biggest tech companies in the world, Apple Inc. However, what not a lot of people know is before reaching the top of the mountain, Jobs had to go through many different challenges in his life. Some people may feel bad that he had to experience that, but in my opinion, it was going through those trials that helped him become the person we know today. Those contributed greatly to how he is as an innovator, an entrepreneur, and most importantly, as a person.

Early Life

Steve Paul Jobs was born on February 24, 1955, in San Francisco, California. One of the first major challenges he encountered was upon being born; his biological parents immediately put him up for adoption.

As a child, Steve had a rough early school life. He felt constrained by the traditional classroom setting, often feeling that his growth was being stunted. He eventually adapted and grew a strong fondness for electronics. In high school, he showed exemplary level of potential. He was even invited to take part in a summer internship at Hewlett-Packard (HP), where met his eventual business partner, Steve Wozniak.

Today, Apple is one of the largest companies in world and manufacturer of arguably the most popular smartphone. Even after his death in 2011, Steve Jobs left an important legacy, not only with his company but also how we should live our lives.

What We Can Learn

The life of Steve Jobs can teach us two important things.

First of all, we need to have a vision of what we want to become. Everything begins with this. Not only will this determine your direction in life, but also serve as your motivation to strive harder. A vision should not only be for yourself or what you want to become, but it should be about how you want to world to be, and how you want to change the world. Let your dream be bigger than yourself.

I believe that when Steve Jobs envisioned Apple, he not only wanted to make money but to create something that would improve how to do things. His consistent innovation proved that he was never contented with what he created, and always strives to do more.

Secondly, his life teaches us that no matter what the challenge, we can always find a way to overcome it. When we are in the middle of problems, we sometimes feel our extreme helplessness. Often time, we feel that nothing we do can solve our dilemma. However, we can’t allow hopelessness to beat us. Just like Jobs, we should find a way to succeed. If one door closes, we need to find another door, even if it’s a back door, just to get us in and become one step closer to our vision. Life is unfair, but it won’t ever give us anything we can’t handle.

For me, this is what it takes to become an innovator: vision and fortitude. Both these values go hand-in-hand with each other. In the same way that no plan ever succeeded without a clear vision, no person has ever achieved his or her dream without fortitude and inner strength. Steve Jobs showed us the importance of these, and his story inspires us to follow in his footsteps as an innovator extraordinaire.

 

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Social Media Marketing: Your Customer Service Solution

Handling your own social media page is no easy task. There are a lot of nitty-gritty factors you need to consider to maximize this very powerful medium. People fail to realize that programs such as Facebook and Instagram have very specific tools for businesses. If used properly, it gives them more power and reaches to connect with more people, even directly with their target market.

If you are one of these people that are interested in social media maximization, here are a few important tips to optimize your day-to-day operations.

 1. Redesign Your Page to Reflect Who You Are

People on social media are very visual. It will only take a few seconds for people to decide whether they like what they see or not. For social media managers, the stakes are even higher because the window to pique the interest of their potential customers is so small. Therefore, it is up to you to provide a strong first impression.

Be sure to design your site in the most eye-catching way possible, while also remembering to introduce who you are and what you represent. Successful pages are able to create a strong recall in a short period of time.

 2. Make Customers Feel Like They Belong

Whether you are selling a product, a service, or an ideology, it is equally important to make your customers feel like they are part of the cause. An interested and engaged person is the best kind of client to communicate with on social media.

An alternative to an informative post is a status that connects directly with your customers. Ask for their opinion or feedback on a certain matter. Reply to their comments on your post as well as to their messages. Be as personal as possible to make them feel accommodated. It is a very arduous journey to take, but it is one that will help foster a deeper relationship with your customers. In the long run, this will be beneficial for your company.

 3. Take Advantage of the Manager’s Tool

In very social media page, there is a tool that helps you see the foot traffic entering your page, how long they stay, and what types of posts engage them the most. As a social media manager, it is important we take advantage of this. Data is key, not only to know more about our clientele but also give us a direction on what else we need to do to reach our target audience.

Every so often, it is important to take a look at these statistics. They reflect a lot about how we are running the page and whether or not our methods are effective. Oftentimes this is a tough pill to swallow, but an essential step if we want to succeed on social media.

 Conclusion

As we constantly move to this digital platform, one realization I had is on the importance of maintaining a personal touch in the way we run things. A driving force for the success of businesses before is a heart for customer service. Even as we run these virtual pages, I hope we never lose touch with this. No matter where we go, or what platform we use, connecting with people is still an essential skill to have.      

 

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Must-Have Laptop Accessories to Prioritize Buying

Buying a computer, specifically, a laptop can be huge investment for some people. On the average, a quality, entry-level laptop would still cost you about $500. However, equally as important as saving money and finding an affordable deal is maximizing the use of your computer.

Here are a few important accessories you should prioritize, which will greatly help your laptop’s performance.

 1. External Hard Drive

In general, laptops have a limited amount of memory in them. Their smaller size does not allow them to have additional space saved on them. Owning a quality external hard drive can help solve this problem.

Owning an external hard drive gives you a place to backup your files, as well as store files you are not using on a daily basis. Having a laptop with a full memory usually leads to a lot of lag, and the operating system does not function as efficiently. Having a hard drive at your disposal greatly solves this problem.

Tip: A cheaper alternative is to buy a USB flash drive. It does not store as much space, but its way cheaper than a hard drive.

 2. Quality Speakers

Having a good set of speakers help maximize the sound of your laptop. If you use your computer a lot for watching movies or gaming, or more practical tasks such as video editing or conference calls, then this accessory is a must-have.

Some laptop’s in-house speakers are also pretty unreliable, so have your external speakers is a good insurance policy. Some speakers even come with software so you can adjust the audio quality of the device to your preference.

Tip: If you want a more private hearing experience, instead of speakers, you can buy headphones or a headset. Both essentially serve the same purpose.

 3. Strong Case and Bag

Personally, I have always been a fan of self-expression and designing your personal belongings. It is a great way to introduce your personality to other people. The same can be said for our laptops. There are fun and creative ways to do this, all while remembering to be practical.

My suggestion is to start off by buying a strong and sturdy laptop case. Not only will this protect your computer, but also as a canvass for your creative juices. Look for stickers you can post on your case. These can either be quotes, pictures, and funny images – whatever reflects your personality. This also serves as an indicator that that computer is yours.

 4. Charger Protector

In my experience, chargers are always the first things that break. I have always noticed that as time goes by, the wires weaken, and eventually split apart.

One practice that has helped me solve this problem is using a charger wire protector. I do not know what it is officially called, but its long wire that you can twirl around your laptop charger’s cord. It helps strengthen and minimize damage when it bends. It is also really cheap to buy. Who knew that such an accessory could have such practical effects.

 5. Anti-Virus

We usually connect our laptops to different networks (Wi-Fi, printer, etc.) so it is susceptible to viruses. One very practical way to protect your computer’s software is to arm it with a strong anti-virus system. This greatly improves the immune system of your device because a quality anti-virus program can detect, eradicate, and disinfect your computer. Think of it as an insurance policy:  you never want to use it, but in times of need, you are glad that it is there.

 

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Computers and the Internet: A Digital and Personal Evolution

The Internet and computers are two of the most innovative creations of man. The advancements of both these inventions are constantly being felt in our everyday lives, and the effects they have on us are unparalleled.

While we have had so much growth in these aspects, there are still so many things to learn. Every day, there are more and more innovations being added to both the Internet and computers. As we use them on a daily basis, we uncover not only new pieces of knowledge but also learn many things about ourselves.

This constant evolution is as much personal and human, as it is digital. We can never take one away from the other. Man is the primary creator of technology, while technology is meant to serve the needs of man. No matter how hard we try, they will always be intertwined.

There is no question as to how much computers and the Internet affect our daily lives. We can see it in our homes and offices, in schools, malls, airports, train stations, and road. Advancements in medicine, transportation, education, and security are largely due to these advancements. The growth of social media in recent years has also changed drastically how we communicate and interact with people. I am awestruck at home both these innovations have taken us.

But as we go through the marvels of these inventions, one thing I would want to point out is that we should never let this technology control us. While I understand that these make our lives easier, we should never allow it to reach a point that it enslaves us. A man should control these technologies, and not the other way around.

Another important thing I’d like to point out is how with this incredible power and efficiency comes a deeper call to be more responsible. These have not only brought us convenience and connectivity but a temptation to take advantage of others. Greater technology now allows us to hack systems, secure personal information of others, be racist, and a lot more, all with the swipe of a screen or a push of a button. Yes, things have become easier, but the same also applies to people who have bad intentions on their mind.

I guess the point I am driving at is this: As we grow in this technological age, we should never forget our humanity and basic values. Even as the situation presents itself, we should always treat each other with compassion and respect. After all, as these advancements grow, so should ourselves.

In the same way that computers and the Internet are progressing, our morals should keep up as well. Your digital and personal developments cannot be fully realized without the other. In a few years, I hope I can tell myself this: “I am happy with the innovation in computers and the Internet, but even more proud that we are more human than before.”

 

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Mac vs. Windows: Which is Better For You?

One of the longest-running and most heavily debated topics in the computer world is this: Mac or Windows, which one is the better operating system?

In an attempt to share my views on this matter, I would like to further dissect each of these two companies and share some of the major advantages and disadvantages that they offer.

Advantages of Mac

Mac, or Macintosh, is a family of computers conceptualized by Apple Inc.  Ever since its birth in 1976, Apple has taken the world by storm and introduced a myriad of different innovations. Arguably, its most noticeable contribution is the Macbook.

One of the most distinctive features of a Mac is its seemingly powerful, yet very simple interface. Macbooks are very straightforward and take a what-you-see-is-what-you-get approach to using them. It is so easy that people have often said, when you go Mac there is no turning back. This is a testament to this brand’s user-friendliness.

Some other advantages to consider is Mac’s highly clear retina screen, regular software updates, optimized battery life, and unparalleled multi-tasking features. If you already own an Apple product, such as an iPhone, you can easily sync it with the Mac computer.

Finally, Apple offers their customer support so when you have a problem with your Mac, you can expect an immediate response from them.

Disadvantages of Mac

One of the major disadvantages Macbooks have are its incredibly hefty prices. An entry-level model would still cost you about $1200, almost twice as much as a Windows-run computer. Macbook parts are also very hard to find. They also have a very exclusive approach to their accessories, meaning they are only compatible with Apple products. Finally, if you are into gaming, you will be severely disappointed with Mac. Up until now, they still do not offer a strong gaming experience for its users.

Advantages of Windows

Windows, on the other hand, is a creation of Microsoft. As opposed to its counterpart, one of its major advantages is its flexibility in all aspects. There are infinitely more choices in a computer that uses a Windows operating system. This also means that you have a wider range of prices to choose from.

If you are seeking a high-end model, you can do so, while if your budget is more constrained, there are still a lot of choices that offer above average quality. Generally speaking, Windows computers are also a lot cheaper than Macs.

Regarding program and software selection, Windows also offer more options for you. More kinds of software are easily compatible with this brand. Currently, the Window store has roughly 50,000 different applications to choose from, and more you can buy in actual computer stores. It is also way easier to un-install software on Windows. It takes very little fuss to do.

Lastly, a greater population of the world uses this operating system, so there is better compatibility. It is also much easier to share and send files.

Disadvantages of Windows

Well, since Windows is more accessible to people, security is an issue. These computers are more susceptible to catching viruses since about 95% of them are aimed at Windows. Generally speaking, this program is also prone to lagging and needs a lot of maintenance. It is also a lot more difficult to find quality support with Windows.

 

Conclusion

All in all, both of these options are high-quality choices, and you cannot go wrong with either regarding performance. Just remember to figure out what you are requirements are, and it should help make your decision a whole lot easier.  

  

 

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Four Basic Rules For Using Social Media

The Internet, specifically social media, gives people an unlimited amount of freedom and a vast platform to share their opinions. While I do agree that sharing ideas is important, I also feel that sometimes, that freedom can mutate into a toxic pile of negativity, which breeds inhumane behavior. People take advantage of the anonymity, and use it for their own selfish, sometimes even cruel, intentions.

As we are given this liberty, it is important to remind ourselves that with it comes a lot of responsibility and reflection. As users of social media, it is imperative that we abide by following a set of guidelines.

 1. Think Before You Click

Before sharing content on the Internet, always ask yourself this question: Will this do anybody any good? The basic premise here is to respect other people, and that includes their opinions, cultural background, and beliefs. In the same way that you will not agree with everything other people say, accept the reality that not everybody will agree with you. This is meant to be a forum to exchange ideas and broaden our perspectives, but it can only be done if we first create a culture of respect, and that all starts with a single click. Remember, it only takes one hateful comment to create a riot.

 2. Verify Data

While everyone is entitled to their own opinion and has the freedom to express what they feel, it is equally important to stick with credible data. Recently, more and more fake news has been circulating the Internet. Photoshopped images, satire articles, and gossip news are just a few things you should watch out for. Not only does this create panic among people, but also it breeds a culture of bullying and divisiveness.

So, before you share news on social media, read the whole article and what its message it (not just the headlines!). More importantly, verify if the source is legitimate. There are so many kinds of information on the Internet, so it is our responsibility to discern whether it is real or not.

 3. Know What to Share, and What to Keep Private

Not all information should be posted on the Internet.  As valuable as it is to share your ideas, it is also important to ensure that you are safe. Social media is open to everyone, and that includes people who have bad intentions on their mind.

Take advantage of the privacy settings on your page. Be sure that when you share personal and potentially sensitive information about yourself, it is with people whom you trust. Also, avoid sharing personal information such as your mobile number, home address, or details about your family. Remember, your safety, and your family’s security should always be the main priority.

Recently, Facebook has been involved in a number of scandals related to data privacy. Before you agree to use a service like Facebook, you should read the Facebook Terms of Service to make sure you know what you’re actually agreeing to.

 4. Be Open to Other People’s Points of View

As important as it is to respect other people’s opinions, we should also be open to what other people have to say. We have always said that social media is a chance to share ideas with one another, so why not let it teach you a thing or two? Be open to having your opinions questioned and your beliefs shattered. Accept the reality that sometimes, the way you see things may not be the whole picture. You never know, maybe somebody else’s experience can teach you something profound and meaningful. That all starts with keeping an open mind.

Conclusion

Social media is an innovative tool that I hope we all learn to maximize. This is an ideal venue to learn more about the world by communicating with different kinds of people. However, to ensure this productivity, we need to preserve a positive exchange of ideas. We cannot allow it to breed negative tendencies such as bullying, racism, and sexism.

To prevent this from happening, we need to constantly remind ourselves to be responsible and respectful social media users. As they say, we need first to be the change we want to see in others.

Five Ways to Protect Yourself When Using a Computer

As the technology around us advances, so do the risks. One of the biggest fears that people have when using a computer, and going on the Internet, is being hacked. Our security is something we should always protect. In this ever-changing world, we never know what dangers could be waiting for us at every turn.

To help you greatly reduce the risk, here are some tips on how to keep yourself protected:

 1. Install an Effective Anti-Virus Program

The easiest and most well-known way to protect your computer is to install an effective anti-virus program. This works like a vaccine: when a virus attempts to access your computer, this program detects it and then proceeds to eradicate it. Of course, some viruses are stronger than others, so it is important to get one of the higher kinds of anti-virus programs. Personally, just to be sure, I would suggest that you buy these applications, instead of downloading a lite version on the Internet. If there is anything you should not cheap out on, it is this.

Of course, always remember to update this software.

2. Avoid Sharing Your Personal Information

At present, more and more applications are being introduced to make our lives more convenient. Bank transfers, online selling, and job interviews are just some of the tasks now done virtually, which ask us for a lot of personal information. Always remember to check if the website is legitimate and if the connection is secure before sharing any personal information. The same applies to your passwords.

Recently, there have been more and more cases of money laundering and illegal transactions through online methods. That is why it is important to remember this rule: When in doubt, close the tab.

 3. Passwords

Passwords are supposed to be highly encrypted measures that block people from gaining access to your account. Therefore, be sure to use a complicated password. Avoid using personal information such as your birthday or initials, which can be easily researched.

Use a term that not many people know about, but at the same time, is also easy to remember. If all else fails, just use a jumbled-up combination of numbers, lower and upper case letters, and symbols. The important thing to remember here is not to be generic. A unique and random password is usually an effective one. 

4. Filter Your Email and Delete Spam

One of the most basic reasons people use computers for is to check their email. Unfortunately, this is also a usual place where hackers can attack you.  To prevent this from happening, take advantage of your filter settings. Normally, emails today automatically flag suspicious messages they perceive to be as spam. Once they appear in your spam folder, delete them immediately.

Many of these messages may seem very normal. They will use different methods to entice you to open the message, such as a cry for help, or an announcement that you won a raffle. Always be vigilant with these strategies and make it a regular habit of deleting your spam messages.

 5. Backing Up Important Data

This last one is less about protecting yourself from hackers, but more so being prepared in case of technical difficulties. In most cases, we store a lot of sensitive information on our computers. As with any machine, there is always a risk that they completely break down. In this case, it is essential to back up important documents.

Invest in an external hard drive with a strong security system. Make sure also that there is adequate space before you start moving files. At the very least, this is an important insurance policy to ensure your important files are safe and well kept.

Conclusion

Our privacy as individuals is always something that we should strive protect, most especially in this digital world, which has many growing risks. These are just some very basic suggestions to ensure that we are using our computers responsibly and safely. It may seem like very simple suggestions, but following these will go a long way in ensuring our protection from these virtual dangers.

 

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Evolution of the Internet

The Internet is an ever-growing microcosm filled with unlimited amounts of information. It is a powerful medium that allows people of different cultures and walks of life to communicate and learn more about one another. It gives them an ideal platform to collaborate, share ideas, and engage in intellectual discourse.

In short, the Internet has managed to reduce the distance between people and connect them with one another.

Brief History

Crediting the invention of the Internet to one person is impossible. Rather, this is an effect of various brilliant minds, working together, and building on each other’s ideas and theories. It is nice to think that the inter-connectedness we appreciate today is a byproduct of their connectedness with one another.

Right now, I would like to attempt to retrace how the evolution of the Internet started.

In the 1960s, many people conceptualized and viewed the Internet as a singular network that allowed people to communicate, connect, and share information. This is the basic framework what we know today.

It was not until the late 1960s that the US Department of Defense created the first prototype. ARPANET, or Advanced Research Projects Agency Network, was conceptualized to allow sensitive information to be shared in a singular, secured network. This idea was later built on by scientists, Robert Kahn and Vinton Cerf, who envisioned creating a “network or networks.”

Eventually, in the 1990s, this evolution took a major step when Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web. While often mistaken for being the Internet, the WWW, using various links, is a medium to share information. This served as the backbone for what we know today.

Here’s a brief overview of the history of the internet by a YouTube channel called Life Noggin:

Current State of the Internet

After several technological advancements, most especially the boom of computers, the vision of having a multitude of networks being connected with one another, was finally achieved.

Currently, there are over 3.58 million users worldwide, which is more than half of the world’s total population. They use the Internet for many different reasons: research, sharing of information, entertainment, etc.

Arguably, its most practical benefit is its ability to connect people. In a way, it helps make the world smaller and more accessible. This connectivity allows people to know more about different cultures, races, beliefs, religions, and ideologies.

Right now, even if you are living in Asia, you are aware of what is happening in the USA. You can see images and videos online of current events. In the same way, people from the USA are also updated on things happening in Europe, or Australia.

This has a positive effect on humanity. We become more culturally sensitive and understanding of other people. More than that, we can create deep relationships with people, despite the distance.

Additionally, we have a much easier, much wider access to information now. If there is something we are unsure of, our knee-jerk reaction is to search it online. Unlike before where research is done in a library, today it can be easily Googled through our phones.

The Internet has also been made available to more people. In the past, we needed a computer to use this, but now, there is now mobile Internet on our smartphones.

More than ever, it has grown to be a powerful medium of change in the world. I will not be surprised that in the next few years, more advancements will be introduced.

Conclusion

There is no doubt that the Internet has made a major effect on our lives, how we do things, and how we relate to other people. Its funny to think how a little over half a century ago, the first Internet prototype was not even born, the now it has grown to be the widest network we have ever known.

As we continue to grow with the Internet, one thing we should remember is with this great power and technology come a greater requirement to be responsible. No matter how far the Internet evolves, as users, we should still be in control of it. We should always be in control of the Internet, not the other way around.

 

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