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what is the importance of internet in our daily lives?

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Robin Macson answered

The Internet changed our life enormously, there is no doubt about that. There are many advantages of the Internet that show you the importance of this new medium. What I want to say is that Internet changed our life in a positive way.

Internet is for many people quite normal. They use this kind of medium to get information about all kinds topics. Maybe some of them are interested in chatting, probably they are members of a community. Whatever you are looking for, you will find it. Even if you want to have very specific information, you will find it in a short time.

AnnNettie Paradise Profile

Some refer to the Internet as the information superhighway. Just as a road allows travel through different areas of a country, so the Internet allows information to flow through many different interconnected computer networks.

It offers a rapidly growing collection of information, with topics ranging from medicine to science and technology. It features exhaustive material on the arts as well as research material for students and coverage of recreation, entertainment, sports, shopping, and employment opportunities. The Internet provides access to almanacs, dictionaries, encyclopedias, and maps.


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music lover answered

The businessmen can flourish their business very rapidly through internet. Many businessmen are selling their products online.

The students can get academic information they require.

We can apply online for jobs.

We can share images and videos through internet.

We can read online news websites and stay updated of what is happening around us.

We can send and receive money over internet.

The politicians can get desired information.

People can send email from this end to that end promptly and at low cost. The use of email which is getting popular to record office addresses.

Our children can play various games.

We can purchase items of daily use from eCommerce websites.

Tom  Jackson Profile
Tom Jackson answered

It takes only about 10 minutes for me to get smarter as opposed to the two hour trip to the library to get the same information.

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PJ Stein answered

Quick access to news and current events

The ability to keep in touch with family and friends in real time.

The ability to do research on how to handle the things that happen in life. From fixing a leaky faucet to understanding a medical diagnosis.

The ability to shop for things that you may not be able to find in your area. Or to shop for better prices.

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