Technically a Small World

Hand written mails, telegrams, morse code for god sakes! These are some examples of how a society, or world for that matter, communicated once upon a time ago. Telegrams is what used to be the “in” thing when my father used to have hair. Receiving hand written mails was always a trend and believe it or not, many people have still adhered to this method of communication. However, most of these “flavor” of people are the elderly who refuse to abolish their good’ol fashion habits.

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However, in the last ten (or maybe more) years, the world has definitely become smaller. News travels faster than lighting. Within minutes, you’ll find out exactly what happened across the globe. Technology has made our world smaller. Most countries around the globe have adopted to the best IT infrastructure around, serving up gigs of data for their beloved citizens to drink up. Dial-up, EDGE, GPRS, 3G, 3G LTE, Wimax and now 4G are just some names of exactly how the world has technically evolved. Man, it’s gonna get faster though! Who knows what’s in store for us…?

We have advanced so much that we must be vigilant in distributing the correct information, or else we’re screwed. So be careful with the information you send from your Blackberry, iPhone or whatever device you’re adapted with cause it’s a matter of seconds till the world reads it. It’s a small world after all (singing)…

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