What is the Internet?
The internet is a computer-based worldwide information network. It is composed of a large number of smaller interconnected networks called internets. Unlike the traditional broadcasting media, such as radio and television, the Internet is a decentralized system. It can publish ideas, and can sell products with a minium overhead cost. The internets from which the Internet is composed are usually public access networks, meaning that the resources of the network
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distribute lecture notes and course materials to students, and to publish papers and articles. The doors of communications have been open wider with the use of electronic mail. The electronic mail has made communication between companies, coworkers, and other individuals much easier.
One of the first uses of the internet was a tool for military and academic purposes. Individuals use the Internet for communication, entertainment, finding information, and to buy and sell goods and services.