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J E-Mail or Snail Mail L Remember those letters you used to write to your grandmother Oh who am I kidding if you are under twenty chances are you have never even written a letter A tidal wave has emerged from beneath and grabbed us by a storm Its called an E-mail E-mail is a word that has echoed in our society for the past several years Some of us are very depended on this so-called E-mail but most of us are as lost as the lost city of Atlantis The Internet is a mystery that has boggled the minds of many but to some its a simple tool used to enhance their lives The Net is the nickname for the Internet to some the word Net brings simple pleasure and to others it bring horror and deception E-mail is the main component of the net some call it EMS which stands for electronic message system For the user of E-mail that is merely a technical term for something simple but for the non-users it screams the horror of a technology advance that is sweeping the world People who fear this kind of advancement are people who fear change overall E-mail in todays world is not an accessory but its a necessity Our ever-growing business world demands people to communicate faster and cheaper E-mail provides instant communication at a fraction of cost compared to talking on the phone or video conferencing It gives people to go portable which in todays business world is a necessity people can E-mail each other with computers that are smaller than their hands and its much more convenient than actually going to a post office and mailing a letter With some much competition in some cases its cheaper to buy an E-mailing device then to run to the post office and we all know E-mail is a whole lot quicker With so many amazing things said there are some
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