What advancement the young generation would want to be available on Internet now ??
Looks like the younger ones prefer social networking sites, video sites, game sites and more advancements in multimedia.
so far you both have in the correct direction. Still a major point is missing that the advancement in the technology means the modification, which I am talking about.
one example from my side(and that may be a good hint to manufactures) That while students study online, they want more coverage in lesser time so My first suggestion would be - the instructions through the mouse clicks and key board short cuts takes parts of minutes every time when cut,paste,copy etc regular requirement is done.
--- So if a key is provided, by pressing that or on a click of mouse if the verbal instruction follow facility added then it will save a lot of time and work for students or the user. for example - by clicking on a certain place the user say... Copy the content and paste it on the so & so file as xyz document, title- so & so. and the user can go ahead with his next work and computer follow the instruction and when completed by default show the work done in a box.
One advancement like that...
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