You've Got Mail New

We can communicate through codes as do the young people in the chat, stay anonymous behind a computer screen and under a pseudo name, but not forever. Sooner or later, we must rid ourselves of the masks and host of neighbor in our hearts, not our meeting rooms. Today, the youth does not need lengthy letters, placed in envelopes with stamps. a stas have been replaced by the screen and keyboard, or cell phone. From an early age, children learn to use instant messaging software like Yahoo, MSN, ICQ or Skype. Existing applications are freely available, easy and fast.

The Internet enables them to cross the barriers of time and space, allowing access to any part of the planet, though confined to their personal computers or mobile phones. This makes them de facto pragmatic people, but distant, as the technology they use. But Are online communications that alienate us, or is our alienation what motivates us to develop this type of communication? What happens to a generation that knows no other way to connect than through cable or wireless? Everything is connected to a child, I never dreamed that we saw device in science fiction were to become everyday tools at an early age. Small, if we wanted to play with friends, we used an old tool called "feet." We walked to their houses to talk. For formalism, usually were the mothers of my friends with whom I should talk first. Today, we can send messages to our friends instantly using mobile phones.

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