We receive our messages on the e-mail and they cannot wear out. Every single day our lives get much easier because of the social Medias, don’t they? Also if there were no social Medias we would have had difficulties finding out some information about anything you can think of – national news, lifestyle, society, international and business news, etc. On the other hand there are some disadvantages too. Imagine your life without any of these social Medias - without “Facebook” where every day you chat with your friends and “learn” something new, without e-mail address where you receive your messages.
This could happen because when it comes to competition the people of the better networks that provide better service are able to charge more causing more people to drop and change to a cheaper provider. In this case it would be some provider that can barley run anything with their internet. On top of that some internet providers “promise” to provide the best service they can to their customers but what they meant by promise is a two hour phone call with someone at a phone that will leave the little song playing to keep you distracted and make you waste more time. So the truth behind this is that if net neutrality is passed then people would have to charge more per minute on a phone so the longer the caller waits to help the customer the more money goes in their pocket. Manne also did study on TV companies and the results show that when cable providers were able to change their prices to a higher price and more people started to drop or change.
However it provides an entirely new medium for effective bullying known as cyber-bullying as well as stalking. In addition, the ease of communication provided by social networks is also its potential downfall; people are losing touch with real face-to-face friendships and seeing them more as a series of words and abbreviations through a screen. Further, while most people will appreciate the benefits of social media, there will inevitably be a minority who choose to abuse the privileges that social media offers. Sometimes, people aren't aware that a difference is being made, and in the case of social media, this applies, however, the difference that is being made, is one that we aren't aware of, because we wish not be aware of it. Social media is a new medium for communicating, and while some discredit its communication format for having its users being unable to convey emotion and discouraging proper spelling and grammar, these aren’t the flaws that should be scrutinised.
In other words, as we get older, we have a harder time with distractions online with the Internet, Facebook, and such. Finally, some people say that using Google will make a person stupid, which is true for some, but others like me, actually use it for research and to learn as well. Experienced Internet users actually showed increased brain activity, with more advanced decision-making skills and complex reasoning. In simple terms, the inexperienced Internet users lagged behind. This is either a win or lose for using Google, it help some, but also fails others.
Not all news should move fast and be easily come-at-able depending on the issue or the subject matter. In a case of an issue of this matter it is not good and should not be. Advantages and Disadvantages of social media Social media has become the new frontier for businesses to implement their marketing strategies. With a low barrier to entry and multiple platforms to utilize, social media offers unparalleled opportunities for companies to reach customers and establish brand awareness. However, using these platforms to their full potential isn't always easy and carries a unique set of risks.
Firstly, she claims that people's writings now are shorter and have no meaning when the social media are becoming more and more popular. This, as Wright states, is a result of character limits on social network websites like Twitter and Facebook. Secondly, she thinks young people are overusing new technologies like mobile phones and social media, which has a bad effect on their social skills because they don't meet face-to-face but texting. Then, as Wright mentions, the youth's future careers are going to be affected because they cannot handle basic social problems. In Wright's first argument, she fails to convince the reader that people are writing shorter and meaningless because people can still understand each other when they use those kinds of writing.
Many everyday people create social profiles as a way to connect with people in an instant. They create them thinking it’s something innocent and harmful and not fully understanding that it can back around and haunt you. Sometimes we post things “in the moment” and not realizing the consequences it can bring to us in the future. I feel that my Facebook account doesn’t represent me as a professional, but more of a student who posts, likes and shares articles, videos and pictures of my interest. I think that my social media accounts, would hinder my career as a professional because people will judge and have opinions on certain topics that are on the accounts and would not take me serious as a professional.
In this article, Carr explains to us the ways in which he believes that technology has affected our society. Although we think of pros when it comes to the advancement of technology, not many of us who use technology have considered that there are negative affects to this ongoing advancement of technology. There are several effects due to the advancement of the Internet; laziness, shorter attention span, and lack of patience. The primary claim that is made in this article is that the more we use the Internet, the weaker our ability to concentrate on long pieces of writing become. While some people might not agree with the idea that the Internet is diminishing our intelligence.
However, nowadays, most of people use email instead because of its speed and convenience. If people want to keep the old way of sending mail, they might lose some important opportunities. It means that they will become backward and even be forgotten some days. Secondly, if people are stubborn and then dont adapt quickly to new technology, they cannot improve themselves. In addition, not only the quality of life but also their own job might deteriorate.
People tend to buy the same newspaper regularly, often for reasons other than its political stance, but they will be influenced by its editorial opinions. Outside election times, most readers will not realise that the Daily Mail favours the Conservative party, while the Sun seems to switch from side to side. One way in which this statement is correct, is it can be argued that the Internet now plays an important role in influencing voters. Like newspapers, websites are allowed to show bias. Politicians and political parties are keen to use websites, blogs, wikis, podcasts or having listings on social networking websites like facebook and twitter as a way of reaching voters, especially young voters due to the fact that Young voters are less likely to vote.