The evolution of the Internet

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of LeapFish Inc. All opinions are 100% mine.

From the days of AOL with the staccato dial-up screeches to broadband. From BBS systems to SMS, microblogging and status updates. They say the web moves at an ever increasing pace. We call this pace the ‘evolution’ of our beloved interwebz.

From chat rooms to micro-blogging sites. The web has evolved into a constant  flow of content. This ever increasing flow of information is spurred on by the very developers building the underlying systems. The sharing of information is encouraged, in fact sharing has become so popular that you really have to watch what you share. Either that or you just might face some pretty embarrassing moments.

There are many challenges which lie in the collection, filtering and consumption of this information. Leaving companies like leapfish to gather, sort and present the vast amounts of information being shared across a multitude of social networking platforms.

There is a new frontier opening up for real-time search, the instant collection and sharing of information is happening. Social networks have shown that they can spread the news about a major event faster than mainstream media.

That truly says something about the future of the web, an always on, always connected, and always up to date information source.

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