Internet Essay | The Internet: Alientation of Society?

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The Internet: Alientation of Society?

Summary: Evaluates whether the Internet will lead to the alienation of humans from one another.
Everyday the number of ways in which technology benefits us grows rapidly. Possibly the greatest single example of this amazing technology boom is the speedy expansion of the World Wide Web, more commonly known as the internet. Any casual human interaction can be duplicated through the technologies employed by the Internet. Is this true"

It all started with a few men wanting a common place to store information that could be easily accessed. Now the Internet can handle almost any magnitude of tasks that always, in the past, required human interaction. It is currently possible to apply for, receive, and dispose of credit over the Internet. Only ten years ago, each of these tasks would have taken at the least a lengthy telephone call. If this trend in growth continues, humans will be further and further removed from the equations, which currently provide a number...

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