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Is multimedia dulling your brain?

Whether it’s for work or leisure switching between the vast number of media platforms in today’s communication saturated world may be dulling your brain, according to a new research review.
In modern society, it’s perhaps more difficult to escape multimedia ‘noise’ than it has ever been. Moving adverts adorn public transport, social media occupies people’s spare time and smartphone notifications can invade almost every waking moment of our lives.

Islamic Information in the Era of Internet

By Maryam Hedayat | islam.ru | 09 Sept 2014

Recently it has become wide spread to post, share and forward Islamic quotes, Ahadith and Quranic Ayahs through different online services. It is the fastest, easiest as well as the cheapest way to share anything and anywhere. Just a click, and the message can reach to millions.


Internet harms teenagers more than it helps

By Maryam Hedayat | islam.ru | 03 Sept 2013

Nobody can deny the important role of Internet in our everyday life. People of all ages are using it to find information and entertainment. They also look for financial matters. Teens are no exception.

Obviously Internet is a valuable tool, but is somewhat misused by contemporary society. The main group that has been affected the most by technology in modern time is teenagers.


Iran further restricts Facebook and Twitter, prepares its own internet

By Zoe Fox | Mashable | 9 Jan 2012

Iran is testing a domestic Internet, a “Halal” network that will restrict citizens from penetrating foreign sites. Internet users this week reported delays in their network connections, which is believed to be connected to the new network’s trial run.


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