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Best invetion Reading the article by Jared Diamond from The New York Times Magazine about the best invention got me kind of wondering what was the best invention of the last millennium To him it was that Johannes Gutenberg invented the printing press I think that is very important part of history but what I think was the best invention of the last millennium was the Internet A man and computer scientists Robert and Taylor had developed a new system of communication that would change the world Taylor delegated the network planning to Larry Roberts who began exploring the technology options for building a four-note network with a half-second response timeSegaller 60 They connected two separate computers that were capable of communicating small bits of information between one another This was only intended to send simple text messages and numbers using an analog signal but would prove to be a bigger help than originally imagined The Internet has become a fast and efficient way of connecting people of all cultures and locals Interactions between all types of peoples from around the world have also become more wide spread The Internet has become a nursery of business activity a virtual shopping mall a social paradise and a culture all wrapped up in a neat little package The power to access both the business and social world from the average users home hinders the desire to connect with the outside physical world The Internet serves many purposes but has specifically altered the standard economic practices of businesses previously dependant on direct contact in attracting and maintaining a healthy clientele From the perspective of the consumer this new form of business has spawned a new form of convenience and
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