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My prediction on Web effects

Introduction


Now that the internet is a growing trend in our society, we only can imagine what it would be like in another twenty years. The abundant of web document let you wonder if they will ever be an end. Approximately 30% of our populations are using the Internet actively for information (Dietel, 2015). However, as our ancestors before tried to make documentations of the past, by writing on walls and caves to tell their stories, our societies today used the Web/Interenet. Our societies today capture big data, repetitive information and clog the web with as much document as they can produce.


The Web in twenty years


The internet in the future may literally be a web, just as the web a spider used to trap his prey. Content personalization looks definitely like the trend for future web browsing as more and more you are asked to indicate a like or dislike for content on a website (Benlian, 2015). Another highlight for the future internet is teaching online. There have been revolutions in educational contents and methods used in school, with various government investments for creative teaching method (Cheng-Shih and Ying-Wei, 2016). Accessible and wide-scale access to the internet/web is a guarantee for the future as recent news on CTV in Canada stated that “Cuban government now opens the gate for the widespread internet to its citizen.”


Web documents effects


Online data collection could be classified as real data or a pile of human error. While web content can be categorized as images, text, audio, animations, and videos that are visible to users of the internet base up on website visited in the past (Benlian, 2015). Both online data and web content are used to manage how content should be used to influence decision especially when it comes down to e-commerce and online marketing. On the positive side, the change from the conventional teaching can now attract positive thinker and research, now that the abundant of information are right at their fingertips (Cheng-Shih and Ying-Wei, 2016). In support of web document effects, research was done to study the amount of post that was sent via social media that include the word phase ‘suicide or suicide relates word’ in South Korea. The shocking result found that adolescents posted 99,693 documents, aged 19 or younger that pinpoint the reason to commit suicide (Song et al. 2016). Big data has it effect and will evolve in twenty years from the website with information such as an article, newspaper, questionnaires, report, Wikipedia, blog and other web document, no dough that users of the internet will find it hard to read documents when it contains specialized terminology that reader found difficult to read (Yamasaki & Tokiwa 2014).

Conclusion


Projection of the future web will be nothing like it was ten years ago or even now as we have seen from the past it is a constant growth and development of new technology along with, improvement in the way people communicate and make documentation. The web has much to offer, and the effects are there to predict.

References

Benlian, A 2015, 'Web Personalization Cues and Their Differential Effects on User Assessments of Website Value', Journal Of Management Information Systems, 32, 1, pp. 225-260, Business Source Complete, EBSCOhost, viewed 15 January 2017.

Cheng-Shih, L, & Ryan Ying-Wei, W 2016, 'Effects of Web-Based Creative Thinking Teaching on Students' Creativity and Learning Outcome', Eurasia Journal Of Mathematics, Science & Technology Education, 12, 6, pp. 1675-1684, Education Research Complete, EBSCOhost, viewed 15 January 2017.

Deitel, P., Deitel, H. & Deitel, A. (2012) Internet and World Wide Web: how to program, 5th ed. Boston: Pearson Education.

Song, J, Song, T, Seo, D, & Jin, J 2016, 'Original article: Data Mining of Web-Based Documents on Social Networking Sites That Included Suicide-Related Words Among Korean Adolescents', Journal Of Adolescent Health, 59, pp. 668-673, ScienceDirect, EBSCOhost, viewed 15 January 2017.

Yamasaki, T, & Tokiwa, K 2014, 'A Method of Readability Assessment for Web Documents Using Text Features and HTML Structures', Electronics & Communications In Japan, 97, 10, pp. 1-10, Business Source Complete, EBSCOhost, viewed 15 January 2017.


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