Is there anything you can’t do online?
The Internet was originally conceived as a means for academics to share information and research across the world. Essentially, it was designed to be a virtual university library. When you think about it in those terms, it’s quite funny to think what it has evolved into. It’s certainly a lot more fun (and addictive) in its present incarnation – who would have guessed we’d be able to buy shoes with the click of a button?!
Apart from fire, the wheel and penicillin, the Internet has probably changed the way we live more than any other invention. Just think about all the things you can do online. From comparing prices on those gorgeous Nine West shoes to connecting with people from all over the world, the Internet really does have it all.
Online, on time
It’s not every day that you meet the love of your life online. But there are some things we do online on a much more regular basis. Over the past decade, online shopping figures have increased year after year. And it just makes sense. The product selection is almost limitless, and shoppers can find the best prices and take their time picking out the perfect evening sandals or sneakers without fussing with checkout lines or parking spaces.
All under one virtual roof
Online stores like Littlewoods.com have a huge selection of clothes, shoes and other goods. Pick up a bargain pair of Kickers or Reebok footwear, and snag a mega-stylish maxi dress for the summer while you’re at it.
The Internet has opened up a whole new world of convenience. With so much now happening online, you can free up more time to do the things that you want to do, like showing off your new shoes!
How has the Internet changed how you shop?