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COMMUNICATION INTRODUCTION Communicating has changed from last century. In last century people communicate With phones and directly, but nowadays people have different communicating ways. Like: Phones, e-mail, instant messaging and web blog. E-MAIL E-mail is a letter that you can send to many people, anytime without paying on the internet. To send e-mail, you can use sites such as, yahoo and hotmail. For sending e-mail, you need to create an account either to yahoo or to hotmail. Creating an account is free and fast. After you have opened an account, you sign in and write a message to anyone you want. Then you just click send and the message will be send immediately and the person who you have sent the message can read it right away. ...read more.

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You don't necessarily have to use your own name, when you write. In every newsgroup they have a little bow in down where you write your opinions or your ideas. When you press send, the text, what you wrote is able to everyone to see. Advantages are that you can share your own opinions and ideas with other people, who might agree with you. The disadvantages are that someone can write something not good about your topic or can write something about your own opinions. ONLINE CONFERENCING Online conferencing is a system, where groups of people can set up meeting on the internet. You can send text, video or voice messages. ...read more.

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You need to download one of the instant messaging programs to instant message. After you have registered into program you can start messaging with your friends. Instant messaging is kind of sending messages as a e- Mail and having live conversations with other online friends. Instant messaging is more fun than sending an e-mail and waiting for it. In instant messaging you don't have to wait as long as in e-mail. It is also cheaper than phone calls, especially long distance phone calls. What you need to instant message? You don't need any special skills to instant message. All you need is computer and downloaded program. Registering to this program is easy and doesn't cost anything. After you have registered into program you can start instant messaging. You can add your all friends to your messenger and make new friends. http://www.bbc.co.uk/webwise/askbruce/articles/chat/instantmessage_1.shtml ...read more.

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