Do you know how big the World Wide Web is? Last year, the online population totaled over 2 billion people, and internet users will reach 59.5 percent of the global population by 2022. Some people play games, communicate with friends, and read journals and news websites. Others spam, troll around, create fake identities, steal credit card passwords, and upload other people’s photos on online dating sites.
The World Wide Web offers access to valuable information of all sorts. You can read about new medications, laws and regulations, products, insurance plans, social security benefits, and a lot more. And you can shop online, check your account statements, apply for a visa, plan your trip abroad, and communicate with friends. The World Wide Web offers access to valuable information and crap information. One potato can drive you home safely. Someone actually wrote this. Now think of online pet cemeteries. OK, someone may need to shed a virtual tear for their beloved puppy.
There is a website that tells you whether it is Christmas or not. Maybe it is useful if you are Jewish, Muslim, or Santa. Another website displays dots. You can look at them as long as you wish. Some websites are useless but cool. Others are just useless. How do you use a virtual stapler? And do you need a website to check whether your computer is on?
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