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February 26, 2008

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Parq

"Reduce libido sex drive in the topless clubs"?

Parq

Whoops. Posted this to the wrong page. See "Grammatical adventures".

Kim Scarborough

At the risk of sounding too much of a pedantic nerd, Berners-Lee did not invent the Internet. It had been around for over 15 years when Berners-Lee came up with a system of connecting hypertext documents (which he also did not invent) over the Internet, and calling it the World Wide Web.

toober

Of course Berners-Lee invented the internet a few years after this 1974 video! You see, everything gets invented four times in the computer industry. As claimed above, the Unix weenies did invent the internet in the 1970s. The mainframe guys invented it around 1960. The microcomputer buffs invented it in the 1980s, and now the PDA/iPod crowd can claim their invention about 2000 or so.

Kim Scarborough

You forgot Al Gore.

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