The Advantages of Modern Communication Technology

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The Advantages of Modern Communication Technology
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Modern communication technology ties humanity together like a nervous system ties the parts of an organism together. Today we are connected with every other human being on the planet in a way people never have been before. This has profound implications for friends, family, lovers, employers and civil authorities.

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Personal

People can converse almost as well as if they were in the same room no matter where they are. All the little tasks that were hard to coordinate before the advent of electronic communications now become every day. This makes you more efficient and more productive.

Business

A lot of businesses would be impossible or much less efficient without modern communications technology. Service businesses are the most obvious. The pizza or lo mein is much more likely to arrive hot if customer, dispatcher and customer can easily communicate. Plumbers and electricians can not only get to the right place quickly but can order new supplies and ask technical questions easily. Communication improves every business that is information intensive and time critical.

Civil

The days when criminals can outrun the law are over. Broadcast technology makes it possible to inform citizens about disasters and emergencies. The number of lives saved by satellite reconnaissance and TV technology in hurricane regions is enormous. Similar results in tornado regions come from two other communication marvels: radio and Doppler radar. A wired society can function more smoothly.

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