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Promoting a website

In this assignment, I will be investigating the use of the internet by English Country Cottages. I intend to look at both primary and secondary sources from which to cite information. The primary sources that I will use are English Country Cottages and their customers (through a questionnaire) as well as Chris Studman from CWN. Read More

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3G vs Wifi

The two most important phenomena impacting telecommunications over the past decade have been the explosive parallel growth of both the internet nd mobile telephone services. The internet brought the benefits of data communications to the masses with email, the Web, and ecommerce; while mobile service has enabled “follow-me-anywhere/always on” telephony. The internet helped accelerate the Read More

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Internet and Political Attitudes

Internet and political attitudes: perspective of elections in Mexico in 2012 Manuel A. Guerrero, Luis M. Martinez Universidad Iberoamericana, Department of Communications, Ciudad de Mexico The lack of participation in democratic processes is gaining attention along with a worldwide-diminished interest in public matters. Such characteristics are becoming a distinctive mark of a significant proportion of Read More

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Famous Place Would You Like to Visit

The enjoyable event that I experienced when I was at school is travelling to Dawei with my teachers and friends for prize giving ceremony. This ceremony was for outstanding students at Grade 11 matriculation exam and was held by the government of Thinnintharyi Region. It happened on July, 2011. As soon as my teachers received Read More

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The Negative Impact of Internet to Youth

The advent of the Internet has been one of the most exciting major events in the second half of the 20th century. The ancient dream of “a scholar knows all things happening in the world without venturing outdoors” has finally become a reality. But there are also people who do not support this growing trend Read More

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Role of information and communication technologies in Flattening the World

ICT (information and communication technologies) is increasingly reducing barriers among States, individuals and corporations by creating a more economic interdependence and global integration which in turn makes the globe a dynamic place. Since the development of technology the world has consistently been made smaller from time to time by reducing the physical, economical and socio-political Read More

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High IQ Means Better Life: Isit Really so

High IQ means better life: Is it Really So? In the text “Humans are very stupid – but we’re smart enough to know it”, Henry Porter (2013) states that people’s IQ’s are increasing but we can not see its evidences in our lifes. He says people have stupid habits and these habits make them to Read More

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People Have Become Dependent on Technology

Human race has made enormous bounds in advancements in the last century. From developments in technology which changed the society, how we communicate, the field of medicine and education. Technology has not left any aspects of our lives not touched. However, some people may believe that technology has detrimental effects on human but I believe Read More

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The Effect of Web Semantic to Internet User’s Privacy

The world has never been the same again because of the introduction of the internet. Everything now happens so fast. With a blink of an eye, one can easily transmit data, communicate or even access information online. However, with great technological advancement come great problems and concerns too. The internet or the “Web” is a Read More

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Postmodernity

The Internet changed the world far more extensively than it could have been imagined twenty-five years ago. Everything from commerce to self-identity became more fluid and amorphous. In The Internet and Social Change (2001), Surratt notes that Anderson’s concept of the constructed self applies quite strongly in the post-modern world. Log onto MySpace, Facebook, or Read More