E-mail was designed by Ray Tomlinson to exchange messages electronically. Hence, electronic-mail (e-mail). Postal mail and e-mail still remain to have many similarities though. To begin, they both contain mailboxes in their process. When sending a letter, the piece of mail goes through sorting and eventually reaches its destination of the recipient's mailbox. In e-mail, the letter immediately goes to the recipient's mailbox where they can obtain the letter in seconds of it being sent. Both forms of mail can be stolen, or hacked. So realistically, you can't say one is safer than the other. Photos can be attached to both, but only e-mail is capable of attaching other forms of media. Such as videos, hyperlinks, GIFs, etc. Another similarity is that they both receive "junk mail". In e-mail, that could be anything relating from business promotions to "Congratulations! You've won an Ipad Mini!". In postal mail, junk mail tends to be unsolicited advertisem…

I'll Tell You What I Want

Not much. I would like to learn a couple things if that's okay with you. I am already learning something new by creating this blog. I have never worked with one before and am excited to start using this.

Maybe some things that have to do with how the internet is constantly changing and will never stop changing. Or how the internet can be used against people.That might be cool. I feel like a lot of things will come out of this class since it is engaging and everyone is always sharing their opinions, thoughts and views on the virtual world.

It has become a known fact that people are becoming addicted to the internet and everything that comes along with it. Such as all the social media platforms that are one click away. Now my question is, is this addiction a fad? Other media forms have come into trend and went out the window as soon as new ones were discovered. Is there anything next after the internet? I would like to learn if there are plans for the future of the Internet and Worl…