7 Feb

During the recent political elections I did have a chance to sit down and read a few political blogs posted on the internet. Most specifically was the blog posted by Republican activist Rush Limbaugh and I am not familiar much with any other political blogging. Not only do I think that blogs can change the coverage of political elections but I strongly believe that they can even change the outcome. Whichever candidate has the most coverage and support through the blogs of the world wide web has an automatic hand up on their opponent. If bloggers that get a high amount of traffic per day support a candidate it will help them very much.

The world wide web is used throughout the United States for many different reasons then what your average American uses it for on a daily basis. Throughout the world people use Email and News probably the most, but in America; Facebook, Twitter, and online shopping rule the cyberspace. I do believe that social networking is a good way for the people to unite. Whenever a big news story breaks sometimes I find myself finding out on Facebook by looking at my news feed. That being said it would be tough to shut down the internet in America but if someone did it would be disastorous. People would resort to widespread panic without knowing whats going on and communication with friends and family.


3 Responses to “2-7-2011”

  1. strawbewie February 7, 2011 at 3:03 pm #

    I agree with you about if the Internet was shut down to American’s, everything would be chaotic. I also agree with you that social networking does connect old friends, relatives; etc.

  2. cortsmith February 7, 2011 at 3:09 pm #

    I completely agree with you about the whole thing of if America were to diconnect the internet we would all go nuts.

  3. mutipersonaility March 13, 2011 at 9:23 pm #

    I agree with when when you say they can have a better outcome and they will have more coverage and support

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