- Sat, 06/30/2012 - 16:09
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The world without Internet? What would happen? Can you think about it? Instead of an iPad, you would be clutching a large $1,200 Encyclopedia Brittanica as you stone yourself to rest. And instead of tweeting with close friend’s midway all over the world, we’d be licking postage stamps that would complete $6.3 billion in the Combined Declares alone. We’re cringing at the believed.
Online Education designed this visual detail the headache that would be the world without Internet. Sure, we’re pleased to the World Wide Web for providing us all the joy of narcoleptic pet kittens and cats and the debate of @Sweden. But surprisingly, what we really have to be pleased for is how many tasks the Online has designed. Facebook alone has designed 450,000 tasks, and the Online ensures 2.6 tasks for every job it provides outdated. And we all know that cat video clips are that much more pleasant to look at when you are expected to be operating.