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This is a nice invention And considering the www alone the main thing is that it is flashy colorful icons are blinking and it cantalk to you Besides that it is fast and easy of course It claims to be a powerful tool for exchanging and gathering informationwhich will change the world in the near future And probably it will The enthusiastic prophets of this tool stress that the amountof information available on the web is already immense and quickly growing and access is getting cheaper faster and morewidely available financially and mentally to all And Im asking So what First of all too much information means no information If I read one newspaper I can learn something With twentynewspapers I can hardly read the titles and if Im not looking for anything in particular Im lost Similarly browsing the webwithout a very specific subject in mind as the majority of our fellow humans do turns this tool into a horrific waste of time Andthe vast information stored here is useless as if it wasnt there Secondly to get anything interesting or informative from theweb no matter what the subject one must know its exact location else one is compelled to dive into a muddy flood of censoredThis leads me to the point of clarifying the term information This word usually has two meanings a fact that contributes to misunderstandings It can mean a piece of wanted useful andunderstandable data or it can also mean any piece of data When a stupid chick posts some info that her doggie just pissed onthe carpet and she includes on the web page a picture of her with the dog I wouldnt even call it data I call it a scandal AndI waste my time downloading this crap because it happened that this rotten dog is named Io the same name as one of Jupitersmoons pictures of which I wanted to look at Now you know what Im
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