Networking is not a new concept; it has gone on for centuries. It is simply making connections with people. If you think about it, even our family trees are a network of sorts, starting from great grandparents to a multitude of aunts, uncles and cousins. We have also used networking from friendships to business. It started off as a personal interaction. Let us say Joe had something he wanted to get rid of and he told William. William didn’t want nor need it but, he knew somebody else who was interested in the item and told this third person a network connection is now made. We all at one point or another have either built our own personal network or have become part of a network for somebody else. Just as we have evolved from horse and carriage to automobiles so has our networking. So, as evolution has it, networking has expanded into also an electronic avenue of connections. We use it to make connections with other people as well as devices such as computers and even the internet itself. Whether it is an internal network to run a business or at home playing on a social networking site such as Facebook or MySpace on the internet, we have made a connection with many simply with a click of a button. There is no more waiting for days, weeks or even months for a reply, it is instantaneous. That why it’s used by so many people on the earth, because it’s simply to use and anyone can do it. Actors and Actresses use this social media to network with their fans and vice versa. There is also networking on video game machines like playstation and Xbox when you use them there a millions of people that talk while you’re playing and that is a network also.