E-mail is an important communications service available on the Internet. .... The prevalent language for communication on the Internet is English. ...
Communicating on the internet today is becoming more and more popular with not only e-mail, but with all the social sites now available. Facebook, Twitter, and My Space to name a few.
Unfortunately this has become a major problem for some families where the only way to communicate with their kids is through the internet. A lot of parents are now becoming friends and followers of their kids on line just to see what's up. So goes technology. Good or bad the internet is here to stay.
Internet made the world so small that communicating with people in far distances has become more convenient and economical. With the VoIP service, we can talk live to a person free of charge, that's for PC to PC communication. Email and internet fax service on the other hand provide conventional form of sending and receiving messages and documents. The embedded click to call icons in most web sites allow readers to be directed to a phone line and talk live to a person in just a click of a mouse. All of these are among benefits we could get from the internet.
Agree. Internet is like a home for everybody. You can reach one another by just clicking, chat or video call.
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