Internet now in days

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The Internet now in days
Orlando Dominguez
ENG 1101
Professor Stone
Keiser University
January 24, 2011

Abstract
The Internet today with technology has come to control much of the world. It'san easier way to handle everything. People use this system to shop, meet people, to work, study, and communicate and much more. Through the technology barrier by increasing the use of the Internetwill be more comfortable and easier for everyone. Also with this system, people no longer have to buy the newspaper to learn of the news simply can see through the Internet.

The Internet now in daysInternet is one of the words most recently named by those approaching technology or computer science. Internet brings a large set of denotations and connotations, according to user groups, andservices changing and evolving. With over 200 million users worldwide, the Internet has become the most widespread means of communication in the history of mankind. Is a source of information andknowledge sharing world wide. It is also the communication channel that allows for cooperation and collaboration between many communities and interest groups on specific topics, distributed throughout theworld. You can find all sorts of software for a wide variety of computers and operating systems, please consult the catalogs of libraries in the world, access databases with the most diverse andtransfer copies of the documents found, you can view Copying Images and photographs of any kind or reproductions of paintings, can be things like real-time chat two people separated by thousands of milesaway, can communicate through the Internet by typing on the computer.
One of the advantages of the Internet is that it enables the connection to all computers, from personal to the largestoccupied entire rooms. We can even see-networked video cameras, robots, and vending machines. Although used interchangeably, the Internet is not the same as Web and, despite what may seem today, the...
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