The Future of communication.

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The Future of communication

-"Behind every man now alive stand thirty ghosts, for that is the ratio by which the dead outnumber the living. Since the dawn of time, roughly a hundred billion human beings have walked the planet Earth.

--Now this is an interesting number, for by a curious coincidence there are approximately a hundred billion stars in our local universe, the Milky Way. So for every man who has ever lived, in this universe, there shines a star." (from Clarke's foreword in 2001, A Space Odyssey, 1968)

I think the next century; the educational revolution will ensure that learning will be completely liberated from the tyrannies of schedules and locations. Anybody, anywhere will be able to study any subject, and access any form of information - at his or her most comfortable speed. This will make education the life-long process it must be.***

I defiantly think the future of communications is in people. People will become more open to discussion or chat. Interaction of any kind is an important form learning, even body language; people will be more expressive and affectionate with each other. Who knows? The world may be a safer and ever more comfortable place to live….

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I mean, we have seen single-interest groups - pro-choice, environmental, animal rights, and gay rights groups being the most prominent in the past centuary. Although I am always feeling since reading about the hardcore 60s that social revolution has wilted to becoming defensive battles, which seem very unlikely to create broad social change. I find most* of the struggle seem so hopeless; single-interest groups are plagued by burnout and membership turnover. The end result is that corporate capitalism reigns triumphant, and what little opposition to it that exists is weak and divided.

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The writing is quite informal, and this isn't processional. The student would need to re-read the report and place the words into a processional style.

The report does contain quite a large amount of the student's own opinion, as this is fine along as the student has justified their opinion with some type of evidence. The report doesn't contain any such evidence. The report could include something on the lines of 'I believe that people will become more open with information, with the use of social networking websites, such as Facebook and Twitter. As users are encouraged to share information on their profiles, as the websites will gain more advertising revenue, if more information is posted on the website.

In summary, the report is very poor. The report does contain four quotes, which isn't their work. In addition, the report contains alot of their opinions, which aren't justified. Some of their opinions are in-correct and simply false. The student does have some very strange opinions, which are quite wrong. The report does contain four different quote's, which is quite concerning. As the report should be written from the student's own understanding, and not from the understanding of others. The student will not be awarded any marks, for these sections, as this is not their work.