How The Internet Has Changed Us for The Better

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internetThere’s no denying the world is a very different place since the introduction of the Internet. The Internet changed our world, and it changed it fast. Some people may look on this as a sad thing and feel that the Internet has impacted our world negatively, but the Internet has also made our world significantly better in a lot of ways. Here are just five of them.

1. Access to Information Has Become Easy

Information is power, as the saying goes, and with the Internet, the individual human gains more power. If we want to know whether something we are being told is true or not, all we have to do is Google it, and we can find the answer within seconds.

2. Cheaper, Faster Communication

For anyone with friends, family, or a significant other living far away, keeping in touch can be difficult. The Internet makes it so much easier. With Skype, two people can talk for hours without racking up an enormous phone bill. They can even video chat and see each other’s face.

3. Helpful Tools for Child Development

Computer and monitored Internet usage for children can be a very positive thing. The use of a keyboard and mouse to play games helps them exercise fine motor skills. Using the Internet teaches them critical thinking and problem solving, where they must figure out how to get the information they want from the information presented to them.

4. Working From Home Opportunities

Stay-at-home moms, disabled individuals, people who can’t drive – anyone who cannot easily leave their home has far more options for generating income now, thanks to the Internet. They can find work writing, editing, beta testing, or programming on various websites, or their own website. They can even work as a virtual assistant and do secretarial work long-distance

5. Cultural Ideas Can Spread

In the Internet age, we are no longer isolated into individual communities. We have easy access to people and cultures from around the world. As we learn about them, we can learn how to better relate to them. This could have a hugely positive impact on society long-term.

The Internet has changed the way we do everything. Its impact can sometimes be a little scary, but the good it does far outweighs the bad. If you’ve resisted having the Internet in your home, now is the time to put all that aside, call an Internet services provider, and start learning what the Internet can do for you.

A post by Andrei Dinu (Kidål) (1211 Posts)

Andrei Dinu (Kidål) is author at LeraBlog. The author's views are entirely his/her own and may not reflect the views and opinions of LeraBlog staff.
Hey, folks! I am the chief editor and author at LERAblog and I like to write useful articles and HOW TOs on various topics. I am particularly interested in Internet, Advertising, SEO, Web design, Software and Business.

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