Why do people have internet

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  1. profile image51
    Nat Andersonposted 4 years ago

    Why do people have internet

    i don't know why  thay made it at all

  2. FatFreddysCat profile image97
    FatFreddysCatposted 4 years ago

    Because without it we'd still have to pay for music, movies, and pornography. It'd be like living in the dark ages!

    (Note: in case you couldn't tell, the sarcasm light is "on") big_smile

  3. dashingscorpio profile image86
    dashingscorpioposted 4 years ago


    To get and exchange information quickly and conveniently 24/7.
    The Internet has made it possible for people to stay in touch from around the world without having to wait for a "snail mail" letter to arrive. One can instant message, email, or Skype.
    If you want to reserve a hotel room, purchase airline tickets or plan/reserve a vacation instead of contacting a travel agent you can go directly to a website & place your order.
    Need to look up a business phone number? Google the company name as well as get directions within a minute or less!
    No more flipping through a fat yellow pages directory!
    Have bills to pay? Setup online bill pay through your bank and with a couple of clicks you can pay them all within minutes without buying a single stamp or balance a checkbook register.
    Shop for all types of products online and have them delivered to your home without having to go out, park, or stand in line!
    Are you single? Choose from a multitude of online dating sites & apps. Your "soul-mate" is potentially only a few clicks away!
    Need to find a job? Post your resume on Indeed.com, Monster.com or search for jobs on LinkedIn and email resumes.
    Want to stay informed up to the minute you can find out what's going on in the world in "real time" compared with a newspaper that tells you what happened "yesterday".
    Watch TV shows, music videos, and movies online.
    "A day without the Internet is like a day without sunshine!" smile

  4. kuslekar profile image62
    kuslekarposted 4 years ago

    Excellent question!
    Fundamentally this question asked through Internet only. SO the root of questioning of why resides in the evolution of Internet. The Internet is the network of connected networks all over the world. The human being is a social animal. So nervous system and communication patterns are very advanced in him. It needs quick communication method. The Internet provides fastest means of communication. Exchange of emotions, feeling for lovable ones can happen through the internet media.
    As the civilization growth, business and commerce need to supply the demands of people. Forever increasing demand of goods, materialistic things also there should be a quick system of exchange of multiple media. So these media can Voice Over the Internet, Streaming, Audio, Video, Pictures etc. So this advancement in technology aids business and commerce.
    According to to the famous scientist Charles Darwin: That survives which is most adaptable to change. So as per the modern atmosphere and environment on earth and pollution, the Internet became a boon for adapting lifestyle.The Internet needs to be understood properly and rightly used for right purposes with good intention. Then it becomes a powerful boon for mankind!


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