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Unformatted text preview: Al-Naemi 1Rashid Al-NaemiProfessor ReznakEnglish 101-022November 1, 2007Project 2 How Technology is ChangingTechnology is advancing at a blazingly fast speed nowadays, it is not the seen part technology that is changing though; It is what is being built upon the foundations of the previous inventions. Ten years ago, the internet was nothing more than a bunch of pages that universities put up with information or some advertising that only the major corporations could afford. Now, many technology experts are using the term Web 2.0 to refer to the internet, there is this common belief that it has drastically changed since its inception.The major change that is currently sweeping the world is the ability for anyone with an internet connection to set up a website and blog (shortened term for Web Log) or contribute to any of the major websites such as YouTube that get thousands of viewers every minute. These websites have moved the proverbial chat around the water cooler onto the internet for everyone to read, see and/or hear and given the people who have something to say an audience bigger than anyone could have even dreamt of 5 years ago. bigger than anyone could have even dreamt of 5 years ago....
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This note was uploaded on 06/01/2008 for the course ENG 103 taught by Professor Thorpe during the Spring '08 term at Drexel.
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