Can you imagine a life without
It is possible to live without the internet speech
We have opened DI offices in Singapore and Vietnam and have been working hard in hopes of taking part in the growth that the region is experiencing. And then there is Repetitive Strain Injury. In short, everything is available. We would be spending time waiting in long lines in banks and other offices. Even communication conventionally meant for specific respondents has moved on to multiple-respondent infrastructures such as LINE. If your work was largely Internet-based, your company might have to shut down. With no online facilities, a considerable part of your time would be spent waiting in long lines at banks, post offices, or government offices. Well, then the answer is hell no!! Or maybe that you are next in line for a directorship? Even in comparison with other developed nations 60 per cent — 70 per cent in the US, the UK, France and Germany , smartphone penetration rates in some Southeast Asian countries are remarkable. Share this
It is amazing to see how computer come into our lives in just several decades. Now we have a variety of sellers ranging from professional stores to individuals. We can get updates without them having to tell everyone directly what is going on.
And what about your health?
The changing face of mass media In the s, the internet environment was nothing more than an extension of paper-based newspaper subscription. These are ancient times, when everything was rural. In countries with overwhelming smartphone prevalence, such as Singapore and Malaysia, services beyond our imagination are being made available and transforming the existing infrastructure.
Life without internet
Without things like Facebook, I would not know some important events that have been happening in my family's lives as I am at college. It is a network of computers that are connected to each other, allowing sharing of information. The expression flashed in my mind when I saw the photo below on NBC News; both top and bottom images were taken at the city of Vatican in and respectively. It is amazing to see how computer come into our lives in just several decades. It is equally difficult to renounce it, once the habit becomes an integral part of your day-to-day life. According to recent statistics, on an average, a person spends around 27 hours a month online. The economy would shrink and be limited to local merchants and stores. There was a time when things were like this and to cover up the idle times we had to amuse ourselves with strange and unthinkable tasks like reading books on paper or looking at pedestrians. You will have to rely on your television or morning newspaper to receive your share of news.
Although phones seem to intrude on face-to-face conversations most days, they also have some benefits.
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