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Internet has given its users unlimited possibilities to communicate, travel, learn, educate, know and meet new people disregarding their destinations and time frames. Nowadays the huge world that we learn about in school is just a global village. We can get our experiences as we went hopping from one place to another and observed that everything we need we can find wherever you go. And though we do not travel abroad, we can clearly see and describe the other side of the world. This is because everything has been made common to all by the electronic media. One browse and you can go around the world at once.

We are now fortunate to have the opportunity to learn how to use the computer. Yet, for a third world countries opportunity for education is less, that is why students end up undergraduate. But then I thought these who have not entered school yet knowledgeable in computer programs and operations are more fortunate. They did not spend time and money and effort just to learn what developing countries students learned. Yet, they know more than others. I then come up with one conclusion which is computers are user friendly and all information needed is fed to you through the Internet. So even if you do not enter college, just know how to read and you will be educated. This easy - to - access idea of using and connecting the Internet has developed in people the interest to learn without paying too much and even provided them the enjoyment of traveling and meeting other people around the world, sitting in the room.

Take for example Friendster. This online community works to connect people through networking of peers. I heard my friend confessed she already has gathered 137 of her classmates since her elementary years. This is one obvious example of the world as a global village. Perhaps, my friend’s classmates now reside in different countries around the world but with the help of the electronic media such as the Internet, they were able to communicate, to chat with one another and may have sort of a reunion.

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