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It is accepted that today we are living in the era of Information and IT.
Advance communication technology with the miraculous invention of ‘INTERNET’ has created a global village for the people of 21st century.
Each aspect of our lives has all become addicted to information. Their reliance on information creates opportunities every day, every minute, and every second.
Imagine a day without the Internet. What would the impact be?

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Dear friends,
Thank you very much for all of you for sharing your different perspectives..
Thankx again for your valuable inputs provided to this discussion.
Cheers..
Seuwandi
Thanks too for posting that stimulating topic. We look forward to seeing more of such kind.
Nothing will happen....we go back to stone age basics....
A day without internet - good day to do our personal work @ home and cleaning and more good things. Helps us to spend some quality time with books and friends over the phone and to meet them directly to share ideas and thoughts. A day without internet is not an panic day its an day to realize how much we have wasted internet for unwanted/wanted things. No mail transaction; can't share anything, no status updates on facebook and twitter. We've consumed the internet in many ways and now it has become central dogma of human life processes.

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