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All the different kinds of media, like newspapers, radio, television, internet, have become an inevitable part of our lives. They all affect our lives in both positive and negative ways.

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THE MEDIA We live in the 21st century. This is the time of modern technology, the time when news and information travel fast. All the different kinds of media, like newspapers, radio, television, internet, have become an inevitable part of our lives. They all affect our lives in both positive and negative ways. One of the good points of the media is the fact that they spread the information. People get informed about things that happen daily in their own countries or around the world. ...read more.

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Education is no more limited to classrooms. The fact is that students, and people in general, have better access to informative and educational materials. Channels such as National Geographic, Discovery Channel, Animal Planet, discover a whole new world for many people who can't see and experience it in real. It is also important to say that the media help people communicate with each other and help people connect. It is amazing that we can talk to our friends in Canada by using the computer, or that we can all watch the British Music Awards on TV and listen to Madonna on the radio. ...read more.

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This is something that will affect their lives in the future. We said that the media connect people, but they also isolate them. We sometimes forget to talk to the others. We are happy to play computer games, watch TV and turn into real couch potatoes, but we forget to go to Vodno or ride the bikes with our friends. I know that it is almost impossible to live without the influence of the media. But we need to learn how to choose what is best for us and be able to select the kind of information that would be more useful for us. ...read more.

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