Internet Use

             The internet is a big essential to getting information quickly and easily. It is mostly referred to as "The Net". It basically is a worldwide system of all different types of computer networks. The "net" was developed by the Advanced Research Projects Agency in 1969. At first it was known as ARPANET. It was originally created to allow users of an university to communicate with other universities through the computer.
             The internet today is used for multiple tasks. For example , getting driving directions, getting recipes , or the most popular getting and receiving email. It is very helpful in getting constructive information about absolutely anything. It is a public accessible feature for millions of people nationwide. The internet only requires a portion of total resources of current public telecommunication networks. What defines the internet is its use of a set of protocols called TCP/IP .
             A feature of the internet called electronic mail mainly identified as Email , practically replaced "snail" mail through the post office. Email is the most used aspect on net. Instant Messaging always is a most used trait. It allows you to chat directly with another person. It has replaced making calls
             worldwide. Because it allows multiple conversations at one time. It is mostly popular among teens.
             The World Wide Web is always commonly used. It's superior features of pictures and hypertext on each website is very clear and satisfying. This allows millions of pages of very useful and helpful information. There are millions and millions of different websites out there. Practically on anything subject matter you can imagine.
             Even though the internet is extremely convenient and reliable there are some issues about it. Like safety issues among kids while they are on the net. There are many instances regarding kids and sex predators online. It is very important that teachers and parents monitor their students/children while surfing the int...

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