How does The Silk Road compare and contrast to the Internet of 2016?...

What is the Silk Road?...

The Silk road and the Internet of 2016 are very similar yet have their differences. For example, the silk road and the internet both brought many ideas into the world. They both helped people communicate a lot quicker. And they help people learn languages, learn religions, and learn in general. Yet, the Silk road was slower than the internet.
 

Marco Polo went out and accomplished what seemed to be impossible. Yet today, it seems like some people these days would rather not accomplish anything. He showed true dedication to his dream. Then, while he was travelling, he held commitment towards his thought and completed his mission. That’s just hard to find in people in present day, it seems like everything has already been accomplished.

 

What is the Internet?...

The Silk road and the Internet of 2016 are very similar yet have their differences. For example, the silk road and the internet both brought many ideas into the world. They both helped people communicate a lot quicker. And they help people learn languages, learn religions, and learn in general. Yet, the Silk road was slower than the internet.
 

Marco Polo went out and accomplished what seemed to be impossible. Yet today, it seems like some people these days would rather not accomplish anything. He showed true dedication to his dream. Then, while he was travelling, he held commitment towards his thought and completed his mission. That’s just hard to find in people in present day, it seems like everything has already been accomplished.

 

How do they compare?

Both the Internet & The Silk Road spread ideas, inventions, religions, wealth and knowledge to anyone desiring access to this resource.  It enhance communication within cultures and contains vast possibilities.

How do they contrast?

The Silk Road was a more genuine and truthful passing of knowledge.  Yet, the Internet may offer information that is not always proven.  The Silk Road was limited in its knowledge and speed.  Whereas, the Internet has an unlimited bank of knowledge, accessible around the clock.

 

 

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