Understanding the concept of an electronic world needs a scientific outlook towards functioning of our daily lives. Most of the time clarity is lacking while weighing the pros and cons of a new implementation. There is a lot of hesitation in accepting the new and abandoning the obsolete. According to me, the transition would be smooth if imbibed within our hearts otherwise a kink would always be existent. That is why, the saying ‘old habits die hard’, has such a significant role even in today’s ever changing world.
The electronic revolution started with the onset of computer era initiated by Charles Babbage in early nineteenth century. It’s come a long way from then, providing every calculation and conclusion drawn thereafter within a wink. Hence, lengthy processes of bygone days, which consumed piles of paper and time, are almost non-existent in current era. Thanks to the software and hardware engineers, who have really worked hard to make these far-fetched imaginations come true.
In the field of information, requirement of paper has gone down drastically due to developments in the electronic media. Internet connectivity gets all the credit for this miraculous paradigm shift. Be it on personal, professional or educational, computer has changed it all. Thus, making the entire procedure paperless and lightning fast. Students are getting respite from writing notes running into pages. E-books, e-newspapers and e-magazines are of great benefit to entire mankind in building a paperless world.
The sea of changes caused by electronics has swept the population in the arena of communication, information, data processing, health, education and career. Now, each and every aspect of life is dependent on this paperless support system. If the comparison is set with the time frame a decade back, the quantity of paperwork worldwide is found to have shrunk significantly. Still, there is a long way to go !
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