The Giant called Internet

Jan 25 • Group Discussion • 2531 Views • 4 Comments on The Giant called Internet

If we talk about today’s era,we cannot imagine our lives without internet.
It is playing a crucial role in each and every domain whether it be our social or personal aspects.
The backbone behind internet’s existance is science and technology.
Science and technology has laid the foundation for internet.
So.if we relate internet with science and technology,its not a new thing infact it is the outcome.
The pace with which internet is gaining acquaintance is incredible.

Talking about internet chains defines its connectivity with other sectors.
Since,internet has widespread use in areas like social networking,entertainment,electronic business,telecommuting,crowdsourcing,politics,philanthrophy,censorship,describes some of the major fields for advancement.
These domains allows internet to link to multiple doors which governs its entry.

Social networking websites such as Facebook, Twitter, and MySpace have created new ways to socialize and interact.
Users of these sites are able to add a wide variety of information to pages, to pursue common interests, and to connect with others.
It is also possible to find existing acquaintances, to allow communication among existing groups of people.
Sites like LinkedIn foster commercial and business connections.
YouTube and Flickr specialize in users’ videos and photographs.

It is how internet forms a chain through which it connects so may people together so that we can access a tremendous amount of information and make it available globally.
This is accomplished through software that filters domains and content so that they may not be easily accessed or obtained without elaborate circumvention.

The spread of low-cost internet access in developing countries has opened up new possibilities for peer-to-peer charities, which allow individuals to contribute small amounts to charitable projects for other individuals.
Websites, such as DonorsChoose and GlobalGiving, allow small-scale donors to direct funds to individual projects of their choice.

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4 Responses to The Giant called Internet

  1. Mankeshwar Tripathi says:

    Internet is rightly said as GIANT. It is like this as the whole of the world and the space both are wired now and almost every device is running and required a well established Internet connection to be in the active mode and give what is required or in fact we can say do what they are made for. Internet is now the basic need of the man.

  2. lubna khan says:

    Nowadays internet is used by people in criminal way and it is becoming a big giant of crime also

  3. patlakshi says:

    The Internet is a global network connecting millions of computers. More than 100 countries are linked into exchanges of data, news and opinions. According to Internet World Stats, as of December 31, 2011 there was an estimated 2,267,233,742 Internet users worldwide. This represents 32.7% of the world’s population.

  4. patlakshi says:

    Secularism as a modern political and constitutional principle involves two basic propositions. The first is that people belonging to different faiths and sections of society are equal before the law, the Constitution and government policy. The second requirement is that there can be no mixing up of religion and politics. It follows therefore that there can be no discrimination against anyone on the basis of religion or faith nor is there room for the hegemony of one religion or majoritarian religious sentiments and aspirations. It is in this double sense–no discrimination against anyone on grounds of faith and separation of religion from politics–that our Constitution safeguards secularism, however imperfectly.

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