The Power of Internet

The Power of Internet

Diya Sengupta

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Editorial:
Indy Pub
Año de edición:
2024
ISBN:
9798869161710

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Thread of Time - The Journey of CommunicationWords, gestures, smoke signals, drum beats - history is a fascinating story of the evolution of human communication. Over time, we have constantly invented and improved ways to express our thoughts and feelings. We have come a long way from painting on cave walls to today’s complex digital networks. This journey is exciting, revolutionary, and full of promise for the future.From the beginning to signals:The story of human communication begins at the dawn of existence. Our ancestors communicated through simple gestures, vocalizations, and body language. Lighting fires, raising smoke, and banging on rocks were early forms of communication that crossed distances and shared information.The birth of language:The development of language took communication to a new level. Complex systems made up of words, sentences, and grammar allowed thoughts and feelings to be expressed with greater subtlety and precision. Ancient civilizations invented written language, which became a powerful tool for preserving knowledge and transmitting it to future generations. Hieroglyphics, pictograms, and the alphabet were all important milestones in the development of human communication.Bridging distances:The invention of the printing press in the 15th century revolutionized communication by making it possible to mass-produce books and other printed materials. This led to a dramatic increase in the spread of knowledge and ideas. In the 19th century, the telegraph and the telephone made it possible to communicate over long distances in real time. These inventions had a profound impact on society, enabling people to connect with each other in new ways and to share information more quickly and easily.The 20th century saw the development of new technologies that further transformed communication. Radio, television, and the internet made it possible to reach vast audiences with information and entertainment. These technologies also gave rise to new forms of communication, such as social media, which have changed the way we interact with each other.

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