Without a doubt, the biggest appeal of the Internet is that it is always there, always beckoning to users from around the world to check out the latest news, the latest information, or the latest products. The Internet is the ultimate worldwide storefront where you can order anything from a pizza to ancient artifacts at 3:00 in the morning. Above all, the Internet is a phenomenal invention for people who don’t work the traditional 9-5 shift and need to be able to do banking, shopping, and entertaining at hours most of us would be asleep. Here are just a few of the functions that the Internet offers at all hours of the day and night.
Every year, a bigger and bigger percentage of holiday shopping is done online. With the exception of email, no other single aspect of the Internet has changed the way people live their lives like online shopping. Not only can you buy a pair of shoes at 3:00 in the morning; you can buy items from the other side of the world that you would have no chance of owning otherwise. Online stores never, ever close for the day, so you can order what you need rush-delivered any time of day or night.
From YouTube to the incredible new site Hulu, online entertainment never closes its doors. Online gaming sites like World of Warcraft are global, which means that when it is 3:00 a.m. on the West Coast, players throughout Europe have logged on so there is never a lull. Streaming video technology has been refined to the point that even if you have a slower Internet connection, you will be able to enjoy a plethora of entertainment, and there is no shortage of adult entertainment on the web, as well.
The technology that suddenly made owning a computer and having an Internet connection a good idea, email is still the primary form of communication in this digital age. Even today’s cell phone owners now choose the phone they are going to use based on its ability to send and receive email promptly. Best of all, the technology behind email is constantly being improved and upgraded so that more and more of our emails are sent instantly over faster connections, and as always, you can send an email just as effectively at 3:00 in the morning as you can at 3:00 in the afternoon.
One of the greatest success stories of the Internet is its ability to inform. Not only does every major news outlet from around the world have a website, anyone can start a blog and attempt to collect news and voice opinions, as well. Some have derided this technological leap forward for creating a sea of voices with suspect motives, but the heart of democracy is rooted in everyone having a voice, so this can really only be seen as a good thing. No matter what time it is, the newsstands of the Internet are open for business.
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