Well acquainted with the global opinion of how the digital revolution has undone doorways to a better lifestyle for all, the influential voices agree that the progress aided by the internet has been a resilient and an irrevocable one – It has become appallingly obvious that our technology has exceeded our humanity. The eminent Albert Einstein said. If one was to subject NASA in the advent of the internet, the conviction of the affirmative response would be overwhelming, similar is with various governmental and investigation forces.
The internet has quickly become the crux of it all – and the right at the core of the astounding things happening around us. Ironically enough, it’s all over the internet, how it has changed the landscape of the virtual and intellectual world and made us more capable. There are now revolutions in countries getting organized and amalgamated through the internet – the revolution that started on Facebook in Egypt in 2013. The high speed internet service providers have grown in the business world more than perhaps all others in the past few decades – all this is evidence to support the unified, popular opinion of the authorities. But does your common man feel the same way?For the common man, all these influential opinions pale in comparison to his own life and goals – to earn a living for self and family, to progress and grow and help his family to do the same. In this seemingly micro perspective, the little things matter – and if the internet and its bloom into our lives aid the process of individual growth, and that of the family as a whole, it’s a win-win in the small household, it’s an singular and global success.
The Common Man’s Micro Take
The common man sees how the internet has affected his family members and their communication within – with every single member of the family with their own smartphones, tablets and desktops, along with service from cable internet service providers, the true essence of living together may be lost. Lesser and lesser family time is witnessed, and everyone begins to keep to themselves. Lack of communication causes relationships to slack, and results in eventual confusion, turmoil and even mental disorders such as depression. The vicious cycle of being stuck in the internet is real – and so is witnessed by the common man within the household.However, the common man may also witness individual successes and innovations. The children have found the ultimate source of knowledge and information, and they are unstoppable. They find productive and educational content online to watch, read and listen to, and they are separately growing into confident, quickly maturing adults, and the family progresses as everyone finds his/her own personal breakthroughs and inner talents, easy to pursue within the household with just their smartphones in hand, and cable and internet Bundles easy to subscribe to.