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WWWwas introduced
by Tim Burner Lee on
August 6, 1991

www - World Wide Web

http - Hyper Text Transfer Protocol

https - Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Secure

html - Hyper Text Markup Language

   

New Internet Threats 

Internet Future

The Life before Computers 

Internet Addiction

New Computer-age Alphabet for Kids

 

  New Internet Threats 

Zombie ---
One alarming trend to emerge from the survey was the increasing number of zombie computers PC's that have been compromised remotely by hackers or virus writer. Zombie computers are sending out over 40% of the world's spam, usually to the complete ignorance of the PC owners.

Spim ---
Researchers warn that SPIM (advertising programs that enters to PC through Instant Messaging) is growing at about three times the rate of spam (unwanted advertising messages sent through e-mails), as spammers adapt their toolkit to exploit a rapidly rising number of new instant messaging (I.M) users.

  What will the Internet of the future be like?  

Here are some ideas, either coming, dreamed, or being used on a limited scale. Be ready to grab one!

Medicine

  • Doctors will diagnose conditions in patients anywhere in the world.

  • Surgeons can guide robots to perform remote surgery.

  • Physicians will communicate via email with patients.

Transportation

  • Commercial airlines will be flown without pilots.

  • Cars will allow for drivers to have hands-free access to the Internet.

Home

  • Microchips in walls, in homes will monitor and adjust room temperatures and detect motion and call fire and police departments. Appliances will come automatically linked into a network, a fridge will detect when milk is getting low and will order more.

Entertainment

  • Tele-immersion technology will be used in restaurants.

  • A high-bandwidth Internet connection would link a person in a restaurant cubicle via video to other family members at home, letting them have dinner together.

Books

  • All books could be email books.

  • Simply download the text and pay the fee--or not.

  • Libraries may lend books over the Internet.

Education

  • Closed-circuit learning might be extended even to grade school kids.

  • Snow days could become a thing of the past.

At above, you have learnt, what our future internet would be.

  Now, let us look back in our past...  

  The Life before Computers 

An application was for employment
A program was a TV show
A cursor used profanity
And a keyboard was on a piano!

Memory was something that you lost with age
And a CD was a bank account
And if you had a corrupted disk
It would hurt when you found out!

Compress was what you did to garbage
Not something you did to a file
And if you unzipped anything in public
You'd be in jail for a while!

Log on was adding wood to a fire
A hard drive was a trip on the road
A mouse pad was where a mouse lived
And a backup happened to the commode!

Cutting, you did with a pocket knife,
Pasting, you did with glue.
The Web was where a spider lived
And a virus was the flu!

Internet Addiction

You are an internet addict if ...

  • You refer to going to the bathroom as downloading.

  • Your bookmark list takes 15 minutes to go from top to bottom.

  • Your nightmares are in HTML and GIFs.

  • You start introducing yourself as "Jim at net dot com"

  • Your heart races faster and beats irregularly each time you see a new WWW site address on TV.

  • You turn on your intercom when leaving the room so you can hear if new e-mail arrives.

  • All of your friends have an @ in their names.

  • Your dog has its own home page.

  • You can't call your mother ... She doesn't have a modem.

  • You wake up at 3 a.m. to go to the bathroom and stop and check your e-mail on the way back to bed.

  • Your wife makes a new rule: "The computer cannot come to bed."

  • You ask a plumber how much it would cost to replace the chair in front of your computer with a toilet.

  • Your wife says communication is important in a marriage ... so you buy another computer and install a second phone line so the two of you can chat.

New Computer-age Alphabet for Kids

A

Apple

B

Bluetooth

C

Chat

D

Download

E

Email

F

Facebook

G

Google

H

Hewlett Packard

I

IPhone

J

Java

K

Kingston

L

Laptop

M

Microsoft

N

Nero

O

Orbit

P

Picassa

Q

QuadCore

R

Ram

S

Server

T

Twitter

U

USB

V

Vista

W

WiFi

X

XP

Y

YouTube

Z

Zip

Is the boy genius?

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The first hard drive, made by IBM in 1956, was as big as two refrigerators and could store an impressive 5 MB of data.

IBM introduces its first Personal Computer, IBM 5250 on August 12, 1981.

Long before the iPhone, the IBM Simon was released in 1994. Known as the first smartphone, it was the first phone with PDA and telephone features in one device.

The first mouse was invented by Douglas Engelbart in 1963. It was a wooden shell with two metal wheels.

Worldwide Web (WWW) was introduced by Tim Burner Lee on August 6, 1991

"Archie" was the first Search Engine created in 1989 by a computer science student; Alan Emtage. Google was launched to the world 8 years later in 1997.

In 1965, E.A Johonson developed the world's first touch screen. The technology was similar to today's smartphones, but could only read one touch at a time.

Tic Tac Toe (OXO, also known as "Noughts And Crosses") was the first graphical computer game. It was programmed by A.S. Douglas in 1952 during his Ph.D in Cambridge University.

Fact: 90% of world computers run Microsoft Windows as their operating system.


Computer Jokes

An Intel PC has four protection modes: Abort, Retry, Fail and Reboot.

Old software engineers never die, they just logout.

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 No. of Alphabet Letters

Rotokos (Cambodia) - 74
Sindhi (Pakistan) - 52
Urdu (Pakistan) - 37
Persian (Iran) - 32
Greek (Greece) - 24
English (Global) - 26
Latin - 23

Gaelic (Irish) (Ireland) - 18

 Interesting Facts 

40% of school students are unable to read English

60% of college students are unable to understand English

70% of university students are unable to speak English

85% of working professionals are unable to give proper presentation

90% of applicants are unable to write CVs and give interview

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