Just a few years ago, internet access was seen as being a very exclusive source of communication and entertainment: it was hard to find it domestic situations and it was more likely to be found at workplaces and educational establishments, such as schools, colleges, universities and libraries. But now, just a short time later, the online world has grown significantly and you can do just about anything online, from sending emails, to making phone calls, to finding out specific information about a certain subject, to buying everyday essentials, such as food, drink and clothes. But what are we using the internet for? And can we harness our existing knowledge and skills of the online world in order to create a greater understanding and a better use for the online world?
While what people use the internet for can vary wildly according to location, interest and access to the internet, but … Read More