1- Choose a new(er) Web technology/use such as cloud computing, social media, Web 2.0, microblogging, podcasting, content streaming, e-books, shopping online, etc. Describe the technology (use source(s) other than your textbook, but web sources are OK) making sure to indicate why the technology has become popular, what it is used for, and briefly describe how it works. Make a prediction as to what the future will hold for the particular technology that you chose. You are not restricted to the list above, but instead, pretty much any new(er) use of the web is an acceptable choice. Your response should be a minimum length of 200 words and must address each part of the question. The question is in purple.
2- also i need 75 words respond for this paragraph
Online shopping is a sufficient way of shopping used by customers to directly buy goods or services from a seller over the internet. This technology has become popular because it is convenient, easy, and fast to make purchases from any type of business or commercial service. Shopping online takes away the business hours away from a retailer to being available 7 days a week and 24 hours a day when going online shopping. It is also easier to compare prices and deals of items from sitting in front of your computer screen then instead of spending all day at the mall. And also, online shopping enables you to purchase products from all over the word.
The way online shopping operates is through the combining of three different systems. These basic components are “a Web server that can manage an online storefront and process transactions, a database system that can keep a check of the items the store has in stock, and a dispatch system linked to a warehouse where the goods can be instantly located and sent to the buyer as quickly as possible” (Woodford). I believe that online shopping will be used sufficiently more but not as dramatically as today because of all the type of features given right now such as comparing prices, purchasing through a mobile device, as well as scanning barcodes for product results, etc. However, I do predict some type of virtual hologram that creates life-size 3-D models of clothing and shoes that could be tried on but not physically.