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NOtice how beautiful girls know nothing and old peoples know nothing about social networks!
 

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heh, ask us who wrote The Brandenburg concertos, deny us access to Google, and post it in a music hall at your local university. Then they will laugh at us. There is always something for someone, and nothing for everyone. Still made me chuckle though.
 

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o 7, who is bill gates? Oh, he knocked a few good together when he did uh oyaoyaoyaoyoyaoya(unintellible)come on Bill! Bill lad. Richest man in the world. - LOL!!!

What is SaaS? Ain't got a clue except they used to fight in the war. - wth?!??
 

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I had no idea what VHD meant, but there are so many acronyms these days, how can one keep-up with all of them? If the acronym isn't part of your every day work/interests, little chance your will know them even if you are geek. Worst, the same acronym can mean many things depending on the domain; for example, AES means both an encryption method and "Aeronautical Earth Station".
 
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Just a correction. Sir Tim Berners-Lee did not found the internet. He is credited with inventing the World Wide Web. In other words, he implemented the first successful HTTP-protocol client-server connection. The internet is the underlying network of inter-connected computer networks the World Wide Web runs on top of. The internet itself began as a US Department of Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency project to provide computer connectivity to itself and defense contractors, and eventually universities doing work on defense contracts and became known as ARPANet.
 

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I also could not identify Sir Tim Berners-Lee as founder of the internet, and that it because everyone knows that Al Gore invented the internet. Right?
 

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I like what was said about ppl having dif interest and such, i totally agree. But wait for a sec i feel like a noob bc i dont kno who Sir Tim Berners-Lee is. maybe bc im not british but in the Cisco Academy Class i went through they teach you that the internet was created by DOD and not friggen Al whore. is this some country debate? Everyone seems to claim they created teh interwebs. r we choosing sides here? To me it seems like its anyones opinion on who created the internet. Im a little disappointed that there seems to b no god father of this great creation we all kno and love. at least to me
 

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[citation][nom]Drip50291[/nom]I like what was said about ppl having dif interest and such, i totally agree. But wait for a sec i feel like a noob bc i dont kno who Sir Tim Berners-Lee is. maybe bc im not british but in the Cisco Academy Class i went through they teach you that the internet was created by DOD and not friggen Al whore. is this some country debate? Everyone seems to claim they created teh interwebs. r we choosing sides here? To me it seems like its anyones opinion on who created the internet. Im a little disappointed that there seems to b no god father of this great creation we all kno and love. at least to me[/citation]
I is teh noob he made www. bad word choice Jane
 

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The interviwer to the "victim"

Int - "Who created the interenet?"

Vic - Well, wich one?, the one we know today or the original one(s)?

Int - Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, what do you mean?

This reminded me of Monthy Python adn the Quest for the Holy Grail lol

(Sorry for any error in my post)
 
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