Since it is by nature a more interactive and global medium than newspapers, it was destined to be popular.
The Internet appeared around a century after the automobile.
We (or at least some of us) are currently watching how the Internet is shaping culture.
No technology is neutral, and all technologies affect culture for the better for the worse.
We are constantly reminded what benefits modern technology bring; yet we ponder little what it will destroy.
With the dawning of the Internet came immense globalization.
Instantly you could chat with someone in Hong Kong for the same price as someone next door.The potential advantages for communication and growth seemed endless.It was only a matter of time before “personal ads” would move to the Internet. It is one of the most complicated, yet most desired virtues—it is what every human heart longs for.Is that not why the most devastating thing a parent could say to his child is “I do not love you”? It is also why the love of God is one of the most amazingly precious truths—it is answer to our dominant longing. Love is usually associated with the marital relationship between a man and woman.Historically, the common way to peruse marriage has been courtship and betrothal.