Week 3 Assignment

How do networks shape the way we organize information and communicate?
What are networks?

Networks are an arrangement of intersecting lines that are horizontal and vertical.  Networks share the same aspects as trees shared in the earlier centuries.  Tress were essentially the modern day computer networking system.  They mapped important information, according to the youtube video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nJmGrNdJ5Gw&list=PL39BF9545D740ECFF, like religious symbols, blood lines between people, biblical points in the bible and even the main points of science.  Tress basically have carried a universal structure just like networks carry today.

Networks shape the way we organize information and communicate in many ways.  For example, Pearl Developers came together online from all over the country using networks to program different languages into the computer systems.  Thousands of people from all over the world collaborate to communicate and create projects online through networks.  Networks shape the way we organize various information by detaining it all in one area.  A smart phone or computer can hold a plethora of notes and to-do lists.  The networks gather all the information and basically organize everyday lives.

It is very easy to message someone through social media form all over the world.  There’s no charge for long distant messaging on social media; all it takes is one click and your in touch with someone from Africa.  How much easier can it get?  With out networks countries would be isolated from each other and communication would not be as effective as it is today.




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