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types ::: open surface(wiki), closed surface(facebook(sub internet)), deep (onions)

--- WEB LIST
  https://www.rosettacode.org/wiki/Execute_a_system_comm and (rip the site)
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tor_(anonymity_network)

https://archive.org/details/stackexchange
wikia
  star trek

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  need to make a list of files and
  the list of links can go into a dump file,
  but I need to make sure i dont process the same address twice, while going through them.


https://www.altcensored.com/popular

web_address:::"http://www.kheper.net/"
file_address:::"/home/j/WEB_SCRAPING/THEUNIVERSE/kheper_test"
UID:::000001
author:::M.Alan Kazlev
description:::Presenting an integral, gnostic, and empathic paradigm of transformation of the Earth from duality to divinisation.
keywords:::consciousness, divinisation, divinization, ecognosis, emanation, esotericism, evolution, gnosis, integral, involution, metaphysics, science, spirituality, supramentalisation, supramentalization, transformation
links_command:::echo $(cat kheper_test | sed 's//\n/g' | cgrep href | sort | uniq | cut -d "=" -f2 | cut -d '"' -f2 | grep htm | sort | uniq | sed 's/$/, /g' | sort)
links:::aboutme/index.html, aboutme/index.html#email, ahimsa.html, authors/index.html, authors/Robert_Searle.html, authors/Steven.html, awards/awards.htm, ecognosis/index.html, essays/index.html, forum.html, integral/index.html, kheper/index.html, metamorphosis/index.html, new.htm, realities/index.htm, search/index.html, topics/chakras/index.html, topics/chakras/major_and_minor.html, topics/consciousness/index.html, topics/divinisation/index.html, topics/emanation/index.html, topics/empathy/index.htm, topics/esoteric.html, topics/esotericism/index.html, topics/evolution/index.html, topics/index.html, topics/integral/index.html, topics/Jainism/Jainism.html, topics/links.html, topics/metaphysics/index.html, topics/planes/index.html, topics/postmaterialism/index.html, topics/postmaterialism/p2p.html, topics/secular_west/index.html, topics/sentientism/index.html, topics/subtlebody/index.html, topics/supreme_reality/index.html, topics/thefuture.html, topics/theoryofeverything/index.html, topics/topics.htm, topics/transformation/index.html, topics/transhumanism/index.html, topics/worldviews/anthropocentrism.html, topics/worldviews/materialism.htm,

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see also ::: websites, web scraping, whitelisting, the 3rd Internet
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see also ::: the_3rd_Internet, web_scraping, websites, whitelisting

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OBJECT INSTANCES [0] - TOPICS - AUTHORS - BOOKS - CHAPTERS - CLASSES - SEE ALSO - SIMILAR TITLES

TOPICS
Internet_2.0
The_Body_of_Lain
SEE ALSO

the_3rd_Internet
web_scraping
websites
whitelisting

AUTH

BOOKS
A_Brief_History_of_Everything
City_of_God
Metamorphoses
Plotinus_-_Complete_Works_Vol_01
Plotinus_-_Complete_Works_Vol_02
Plotinus_-_Complete_Works_Vol_03
Plotinus_-_Complete_Works_Vol_04
The_Archetypes_and_the_Collective_Unconscious

IN CHAPTERS TITLE

IN CHAPTERS CLASSNAME

IN CHAPTERS TEXT
1.14_-_BOOK_THE_FOURTEENTH
BOOK_XIII._-_That_death_is_penal,_and_had_its_origin_in_Adam's_sin
ENNEAD_02.09_-_Against_the_Gnostics;_or,_That_the_Creator_and_the_World_are_Not_Evil.
ENNEAD_03.07_-_Of_Time_and_Eternity.
ENNEAD_04.02_-_How_the_Soul_Mediates_Between_Indivisible_and_Divisible_Essence.
ENNEAD_06.05_-_The_One_and_Identical_Being_is_Everywhere_Present_In_Its_Entirety.345

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SIMILAR TITLES
the Internet

DEFINITIONS


TERMS STARTING WITH

The Internet Account ::: An Internet provider in Sydney, Australia who provides SLIP, PPP and CLI accounts for the same rates. handles Acorn software. . .E-mail: .Telephone: +61 (2) 968 4333. Fax: +61 (2) 968 4334.Address: PO BOX 473, Crows Nest, NSE 2065, Australia. (1995-02-02)

The Internet Account An {Internet} provider in Sydney, Australia who provides {SLIP}, {PPP} and {CLI} accounts for the same rates. "riscman@geko.com.au" handles {Acorn} software. {(http://geko.com.au/)}. {(ftp://ftp.geko.com.au/pub/)}. E-mail: "accounts@geko.com.au". Telephone: +61 (2) 968 4333. Fax: +61 (2) 968 4334. Address: PO BOX 473, Crows Nest, NSE 2065, Australia. (1995-02-02)


TERMS ANYWHERE

Address Resolution Protocol "networking, protocol" (ARP) A method for finding a {host}'s {Ethernet address} from its {Internet address}. The sender broadcasts an ARP {packet} containing the {Internet address} of another host and waits for it (or some other host) to send back its Ethernet address. Each host maintains a {cache} of address translations to reduce delay and loading. ARP allows the Internet address to be independent of the Ethernet address but it only works if all hosts support it. ARP is defined in {RFC 826}. The alternative for hosts that do not do ARP is {constant mapping}. See also {proxy ARP}, {reverse ARP}. (1995-03-20)

Address Resolution Protocol ::: (networking, protocol) (ARP) A method for finding a host's Ethernet address from its Internet address. The sender broadcasts an ARP packet translations to reduce delay and loading. ARP allows the Internet address to be independent of the Ethernet address but it only works if all hosts support it.ARP is defined in RFC 826.The alternative for hosts that do not do ARP is constant mapping.See also proxy ARP, reverse ARP. (1995-03-20)

A_forex_trading_robot ::: is a computer program based on a set of forex trading signals that helps determine whether to buy or sell a currency pair at a given point in time. Forex​ robots are designed to remove the psychological element of trading, which can be detrimental. While trading systems can be purchased online, traders should exercise caution when buying them this way. Forex trading robots are automated software programs that generate trading signals. Most of these robots are built with MetaTrader, using the MQL scripting language, which lets traders generate trading signals or place orders and manage trades.  Automated forex trading robots are available for purchase over the Internet, but traders should exercise caution when buying any such trading system. Often times, companies will spring up overnight to sell trading systems with a money back guarantee before disappearing a few weeks later. These companies may cherry-pick their successful trades or use curve fitting to generate great results when backtesting a system, but are not legitimate systems for assessing risk and opportunity. There is no such thing as a "holy grail" for trading systems, because if someone did develop a money making system that was fail proof, they would not want to share it with the general public. This is why institutional investors and hedge funds keep their "black box" trading programs under lock and key. --- Developing Your Own Forex Trading Robot https://www.investopedia.com/terms/forex/f/forex-trading-robot.asp

alias ::: 1. (operating system) A name, usually short and easy to remember and type, that is translated into another name or string, usually long and difficult memory when the interpreter starts and are expanded without needing to refer to any file.2. (networking) One of several alternative hostnames with the same Internet address. E.g. in the Unix hosts database (/etc/hosts or NIS map) the first field on a line is the Internet address, the next is the official hostname (the canonical name or CNAME), and any others are aliases.Hostname aliases often indicate that the host with that alias provides a particular network service such as archie, finger, FTP, or World-Wide Web. The alias (e.g. www.doc.ic.ac.uk) from one Internet address to another, without the clients needing to be aware of the change.3. (file system) The name used by Apple computer, Inc. for symbolic links when they added them to the System 7 operating system in 1991. (1997-10-22)4. (programming) Two names (identifiers), usually of local or global variables, that refer to the same resource (memory location) are said to be to different memory locations, aliasing can be introduced by the use of address arithmetic and pointers or language-specific features, like C++ references.Statically deciding (e.g. via a program analysis executed by a sophisticated compiler) which locations of a program will be aliased at run time is an undecidable problem.[G. Ramalingam: The Undecidability of Aliasing, ACM Transactions on Programming Languages and Systems (TOPLAS), Volume 16, Issue 5, September 1994, Pages: 1467 - 1471, ISSN:0164-0925.](2004-09-12)

amateur packet radio ::: (communications) (PR) The use of packet radio by amateurs to communicate between computers. PR is a complete amateur radio computer network with digipeaters (relays), mailboxes (BBS) and other special nodes.In Germany, it is on HF, say, 2m (300 and 1200 BPS), 70cm (1200 to 9600 BPS), 23cm (normally 9600 BPS and up, currently most links between digipeaters) and higher frequencies. There is a KW (short wave) Packet Radio at 300 BPS, too.Satellites with OSCAR (Orbiting Sattelite Carring Amateur Radio) transponders (mostly attached to commercial satellites by the AMateur SATellite (AMSAT) group) carry Packet Radio mailboxes or digipeaters.There are both on-line and off-line services on the packet radio network: You can send electronic mail, read bulletins, chat, transfer files, connect to about the hottest international KW connections currently coming up (so you can pile up).PR uses AX.25 (an X.25 derivative) as its transport layer and sometimes even TCP/IP is transmitted over AX.25. AX.25 is like X.25 but the adressing uses HAM calls like DG8MGV.There are special wormholes all over the world which tunnel amateur radio traffic through the Internet to forward mail. Sometimes mails travels over allow HAMs to bridge from Internet to AMPR-NET, e.g. db0fho.ampr.org or db0fho.et-inf.fho-emden.de, but only if you are registered HAM.Because amateur radio is not for profit, it must not be interconnected to the Internet but it may be connected through the Internet. All people on the (completely free) amateur radio net must be licensed radio amateurs and must have a call which is unique all over the world.There is a special domain AMPR.ORG (44.*.*.*) for amateur radio reserved in the IP space. This domain is split between countries, which can further subdivide it. For example 44.130.*.* is Germany, 44.130.58.* is Augsburg (in Bavaria), and 44.130.58.20 is dg8mgv.ampr.org (you may verify this with nslookup).Mail transport is only one aspect of packet radio. You can talk interactively (as in chat), read files, or play silly games built in the Packet Radio 1000 km are unlikely to be useable for real-time communication and long paths can introduce significant delay times (answer latency).Other uses of amateur radio for computer communication include RTTY (baudot), AMTOR, PACTOR, and CLOVER. .Usenet newsgroup: rec.radio.amateur.packet.(2001-05-12)

amateur packet radio "communications" (PR) The use of {packet radio} by amateurs to communicate between computers. PR is a complete amateur radio computer network with "digipeaters" (relays), mailboxes (BBS) and other special nodes. In Germany, it is on HF, say, 2m (300 and 1200 BPS), 70cm (1200 to 9600 BPS), 23cm (normally 9600 BPS and up, currently most links between digipeaters) and higher frequencies. There is a KW (short wave) Packet Radio at 300 BPS, too. Satellites with OSCAR (Orbiting Sattelite Carring Amateur Radio) transponders (mostly attached to commercial satellites by the AMateur SATellite (AMSAT) group) carry Packet Radio mailboxes or {digipeaters}. There are both on-line and off-line services on the packet radio network: You can send {electronic mail}, read bulletins, chat, transfer files, connect to on-line DX-Clusters (DX=far distance) to catch notes typed in by other HAMs about the hottest international KW connections currently coming up (so you can pile up). PR uses {AX.25} (an {X.25} derivative) as its {transport layer} and sometimes even {TCP/IP} is transmitted over AX.25. AX.25 is like X.25 but the adressing uses HAM "calls" like "DG8MGV". There are special "wormholes" all over the world which "tunnel" amateur radio traffic through the {Internet} to forward mail. Sometimes mails travels over satelites. Normally amateur satellites have strange orbits, however the mail forwarding or mailbox satellites have very predictable orbits. Some wormholes allow HAMs to bridge from Internet to {AMPR-NET}, e.g. db0fho.ampr.org or db0fho.et-inf.fho-emden.de, but only if you are registered HAM. Because amateur radio is not for profit, it must not be interconnected to the {Internet} but it may be connected through the Internet. All people on the (completely free) amateur radio net must be licensed radio amateurs and must have a "call" which is unique all over the world. There is a special {domain} AMPR.ORG (44.*.*.*) for amateur radio reserved in the IP space. This domain is split between countries, which can further subdivide it. For example 44.130.*.* is Germany, 44.130.58.* is Augsburg (in Bavaria), and 44.130.58.20 is dg8mgv.ampr.org (you may verify this with {nslookup}). Mail transport is only one aspect of packet radio. You can talk interactively (as in {chat}), read files, or play silly games built in the Packet Radio software. Usually you can use the autorouter to let the digipeater network find a path to the station you want. However there are many (sometimes software incompatible) digipeaters out there, which the router cannot use. Paths over 1000 km are unlikely to be useable for {real-time} communication and long paths can introduce significant delay times (answer latency). Other uses of amateur radio for computer communication include {RTTY} ({baudot}), {AMTOR}, {PACTOR}, and {CLOVER}. {A huge hamradio archive (ftp://ftp.ucsd.edu/hamradio/)}. {Usenet} newsgroup: {news:rec.radio.amateur.packet}. (2001-05-12)

ANSI Z39.50 ::: (networking, standard) Information Retrieval Service Definition and Protocol Specification for Library Applications, officially known as ANSI/NISO an OSI application layer service to allow an application on one computer to query a database on another.Z39.50 is used in libraries and for searching some databases on the Internet. The US is the official maintanence agency for Z39.50.Index Data, a Danish company, have released a lot of Z39.50 code. Their website explains the relevant ISO standards and how they are amicably converging in Z39.50 version 4.0. . . (1996-07-22)

Apache ::: (World-Wide Web, project) A open source HTTP server for Unix, Windows NT, and other platforms. Apache was developed in early 1995, based on code and ideas popular HTTP server on the Internet, in May 1999 it was running on 57% of all web servers.It features highly configurable error messages, DBM-based authentication databases, and content negotiation.Latest version: 1.3.9, as of 1999-10-27. . . (1999-10-27)

applet "web" A {Java} program which can be distributed as an attachment in a {web} document and executed by a Java-enabled {web browser} such as Sun's {HotJava}, {Netscape Navigator} version 2.0, or {Internet Explorer}. Navigator severely restricts the applet's file system and network access in order to prevent accidental or deliberate security violations. Full Java applications, which run outside of the browser, do not have these restrictions. Web browsers can also be extended with {plug-ins} though these differ from applets in that they usually require manual installation and are {platform}-specific. Various other languages can now be embedded within {HTML} documents, the most common being {JavaScript}. Despite Java's aim to be a "write once, run anywhere" language, the difficulty of accomodating the variety of browsers in use on the Internet has led many to abandon client-side processing in favour of {server}-side Java programs for which the term {servlet} was coined. Merriam Webster "Collegiate Edition" gives a 1990 definition: a short application program especially for performing a simple specific task. (2002-07-12)

applet ::: (World-Wide Web) A Java program which can be distributed as an attachment in a World-Wide Web document and executed by a Java-enabled web browser such as Sun's HotJava, Netscape Navigator version 2.0, or Internet Explorer.Navigator severely restricts the applet's file system and network access in order to prevent accidental or deliberate security violations. Full Java applications, which run outside of the browser, do not have these restrictions.Web browsers can also be extended with plug-ins though these differ from applets in that they usually require manual installation and are platform-specific. Various other languages can now be embedded within HTML documents, the most common being JavaScript.Despite Java's aim to be a write once, run anywhere language, the difficulty of accomodating the variety of browsers in use on the Internet has led many to abandon client-side processing in favour of server-side Java programs for which the term servlet was coined.Merriam Webster Collegiate Edition gives a 1990 definition: a short application program especially for performing a simple specific task.(2002-07-12)

Application Configuration Access Protocol ::: (protocol) (ACAP) A protocol which enhances IMAP by allowing the user to set up address books, user options, and other data for universal access. because the Internet Engineering Task Force has not yet approved the final specification. This was expected early in 1997.[Your E-Mail Is Obsolete, Byte, Feb 1997]. (1997-05-03)

archie ::: (tool, networking) A system to automatically gather, index and serve information on the Internet. The initial implementation of archie by McGill from all anonymous FTP archives on the Internet. Later versions provide other collections of information.See also archive site, Gopher, Prospero, Wide Area Information Servers. (1995-12-28)

archie "tool, networking" A system to automatically gather, index and serve information on the {Internet}. The initial implementation of archie by {McGill University} School of Computer Science provided an indexed directory of filenames from all {anonymous FTP} archives on the Internet. Later versions provide other collections of information. See also {archive site}, {Gopher}, {Prospero}, {Wide Area Information Servers}. (1995-12-28)

archive site ::: (networking) (Or FTP site, FTP archive) An Internet host where program source, documents, e-mail or news messages are stored for public access There may be several archive sites for e.g. a Usenet newsgroup though one may be recognised as the main one.FTP servers were common on the Internet for many years before the World-Wide Web (WWW) was invented and are still used in preference to web servers for serving efficient than HTTP, the protocol of the WWW. Many sites therefore run both HTTP and FTP servers.[Is FTP more efficient? How much more?]Some well-known archive sites include UUNET, USA .See also archie, GNU archive site, mirror. (1998-07-02)

archive site "networking" (Or "FTP site", "FTP archive") An {Internet} {host} where program source, documents, {e-mail} or {news} messages are stored for public access via {anonymous FTP}, {Gopher}, {web} or other document distribution system. There may be several archive sites ({mirrors}) for, e.g., a {Usenet} {newsgroup} though one may be recognised as the main one. FTP servers were common on the Internet for about ten years but have been largely replaced by {web servers} since the invention of the {World-Wide Web} and its {HTTP} protocol. Some well-known archive sites included {Imperial College, UK (ftp://src.doc.ic.ac.uk/)}, {UUNET, USA (ftp://ftp.uu.net/)}, {GNU archive site}. The {archie} service attempted to index the contents of FTP archives, foreshadowing the indexing of the web by {Google} and others. (2014-07-06)

artifact ::: Any product made by an individual or social holon. A bird's nest, an anthill, an automobile, a house, a piece of clothing, an airplane, the internet—these are all artifacts. An artifact's defining pattern does not come from itself, but rather is imposed or imprinted on it by an individual or social holon.

Autonomous System Number ::: (networking, routing) (ASN) Used for routing on the Internet.[Does each ASN uniquely identify an Autonomous System?](2001-09-16)

Below the line- 1.This term is applied to items within a business which would not normally be associated with the everyday running of a business. 2. Advertising that uses low profile media such as direct mail or the Internet. See above the line .

Berkeley Network ::: (B-NET) Top level Unix Ethernet software developed at the University of California at Berkeley. There are no formal specifications but UCB's 4.2BSD Unix addresses of other hosts, /etc/hosts.equiv host-wide database to control remote access, .rhosts per user version of hosts.equiv.UCB's implementation of the Internet Protocol includes trailers to improve performance on paged memory management systems such as VAXen. These trailers are an exception to the Internet Protocol specification.

Berkeley Network (B-NET) Top level {Unix} {Ethernet} software developed at the {University of California at Berkeley}. There are no formal specifications but UCB's {4.2BSD} {Unix} implementation on the {VAX} is the de facto standard. Distributed by {Unisoft}. Includes net.o driver routines for specific hardware, {pseudo ttys}, {daemons}, hostname command to set/get name, /etc/hosts database of names and {Internet address}es of other hosts, /etc/hosts.equiv host-wide database to control remote access, .rhosts per user version of hosts.equiv. UCB's implementation of the {Internet Protocol} includes trailers to improve performance on paged memory management systems such as {VAXen}. These trailers are an exception to the Internet Protocol specification.

best effort ::: (networking) A classification of low priority network traffic, used especially the Internet.Different kinds of traffic have different priorities. Videoconferencing and other types of real-time communication, for example, require a certain minimum Electronic mail, on the other hand, can tolerate an arbitrarily long delay and is classified as a best-effort service.[Scientific American, Nov. 1994, pp. 83-84]. (1995-04-04)

big-endian ::: 1. (data, architecture) A computer architecture in which, within a given multi-byte numeric representation, the most significant byte has the lowest address (the word is stored big-end-first).Most processors, including the IBM 370 family, the PDP-10, the Motorola microprocessor families, and most of the various RISC designs current in mid-1993, are big-endian.See -endian.2. (networking, standard) A backward electronic mail address. The world now follows the Internet hostname standard (see FQDN) and writes e-mail Internet domain standard was established. Most gateway sites required ad-hockery in their mailers to handle this.By July 1994 this parochial idiosyncracy was on the way out and mailers started to reject big-endian addresses. By about 1996, people would look at you strangely if you suggested such a bizarre thing might ever have existed.[Jargon File] (1998-08-09)

BITNET ::: (networking) /bit'net/ (Because It's Time NETwork) An academic and research computer network connecting approximately 2500 computers. BITNET provides interactive, electronic mail and file transfer services, using a store and forward protocol, based on IBM Network Job Entry protocols.Bitnet-II encapsulates the Bitnet protocol within IP packets and depends on the Internet to route them. BITNET traffic and Internet traffic are exchanged via several gateway hosts.BITNET is now operated by CREN.BITNET is everybody's least favourite piece of the network. The BITNET hosts are a collection of IBM dinosaurs, VAXen (with lobotomised communications hardware), headers and text of third-party traffic from the rest of the ASCII/RFC 822 world with annoying regularity. BITNET is also notorious as the apparent home of BIFF.[Jargon File](2002-09-02)

botnet "security" A large number of hijacked computers controlled by a {botmaster} via the Internet. Some botnets have been estimated to include hundreds of thousands of computers. Botnets are sometimes rented out, sometimes for as little as 4 cents per machine. The machines are recruited via a {virus} (e.g. sent by {e-mail}), a {drive-by download} or a {worm}. (2019-03-16)

cable modem ::: (communications, hardware) A type of modem that allows people to access the Internet via their cable television service.A cable modem can transfer data at 500 kbps or higher, compared with 28.8 kbps for common telephone line modems, but the actual transfer rates may be lower depending on the number of other simultaneous users on the same cable.Industry pundits often point out that the cable system still does not have the bandwidth or service level in many areas to make this feasible. For example, it has to be capable of two-way communication.See also: DOCSIS.(2000-12-19)

Chatbot - a computer program designed to simulate conversation with human users, especially over the Internet.

Cloud computing - the practice of using a network of remote servers hosted on the Internet to store, manage, and process data, rather than a local server or a personal computer. See /r/CloudComputing

Colossus (A huge and ancient statue on the Greek island of Rhodes). 1. "computer" The Colossus and Colossus Mark II computers used by {Alan Turing} at {Bletchley Park}, UK during the Second World War to crack the "Tunny" cipher produced by the Lorenz SZ 40 and SZ 42 machines. Colossus was a semi-fixed-program {vacuum tube} calculator (unlike its near-contemporary, the freely programmable {Z3}). ["Breaking the enemy's code", Glenn Zorpette, IEEE Spectrum, September 1987, pp. 47-51.] 2. The computer in the 1970 film, "Colossus: The Forbin Project". Forbin is the designer of a computer that will run all of America's nuclear defences. Shortly after being turned on, it detects the existence of Goliath, the Soviet counterpart, previously unknown to US Planners. Both computers insist that they be linked, whereupon the two become a new super computer and threaten the world with the immediate launch of nuclear weapons if they are detached. Colossus begins to give its plans for the management of the world under its guidance. Forbin and the other scientists form a technological resistance to Colossus which must operate underground. {The Internet Movie Database (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0064177)}. (2007-01-04)

Commercial Internet eXchange ::: (CIX) The CIX is a non-profit, 501(c)6, trade association coordinating Internet services. Its member organisations provide TCP/IP or OSI data internetwork worldwide networks. It also takes an interest in the development and future direction of the Internet.The CIX provides a neutral forum to exchange ideas, information, and experimental projects among suppliers of internetworking services. The CIX among member networks. Together, the membership may develop consensus positions on legislative and policy issues of mutual interest.The CIX encourages technical research and development for the mutual benefit of suppliers and customers of data communications internetworking services. It ensure fair, open, and competitive operations and communication among member networks. CIX policies are formulated by a member-elected board of directors. . (1995-01-13)

Common Internet File System ::: (protocol) (CIFS) An Internet file system protocol, based on Microsoft's SMB. Microsoft has given CIFS to the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) as an Internet Draft. CIFS is intended to complement existing protocols such as HTTP, FTP, and NFS.CIFS runs on top of TCP/IP and uses the Internet's Domain Name Service (DNS). It is optimised to support the slower speed dial-up connections common on the Internet.CIFS is more flexible than FTP. FTP operations are carried out on entire files whereas CIFS is aimed at routine data access and incorporates high-performance multi-user read and write operations, locking, and file-sharing semantics.CIFS is probably closest in functionality to NFS. NFS gives random access to files and directories, but is stateless. With CIFS, once a file is open, state server. This allows changes on the server side to be notified to the clients that are interested. . . . .(2003-03-12)

Common Internet File System "protocol" (CIFS) An {Internet} {file system} {protocol}, based on {Microsoft}'s {SMB}. Microsoft has given CIFS to the {Internet Engineering Task Force} (IETF) as an Internet Draft. CIFS is intended to complement existing protocols such as {HTTP}, {FTP}, and {NFS}. CIFS runs on top of {TCP/IP} and uses the Internet's {Domain Name Service} (DNS). It is optimised to support the slower speed {dial-up} connections common on the Internet. CIFS is more flexible than FTP. FTP operations are carried out on entire files whereas CIFS is aimed at routine data access and incorporates high-performance multi-user read and write operations, {locking}, and file-sharing semantics. CIFS is probably closest in functionality to NFS. NFS gives random access to files and directories, but is {stateless}. With CIFS, once a file is open, state about the current access to that file is stored on both the client and the server. This allows changes on the server side to be notified to the clients that are interested. {Microsoft Overview (http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/en-us/fileio/base/cifs_smb_protocol_overview.asp)}. {SNIA page (http://snia.org/tech_activities/CIFS/)}. {CIFS: A Common Internet File System, Paul Leach and Dan Perry (http://microsoft.com/Mind/1196/CIFS.htm)}. {IETF Specification. CIFS version 1 (ftp://ietf.org/internet-drafts/draft-leach-cifs-v1-spec-01.txt)}. (2003-03-12)

Communications Decency Act ::: (legal) (CDA) An amendment to the U.S. 1996 Telecommunications Bill that went into effect on 08 February 1996, outraging thousands of Internet users who it punishable by fines of up to $250,000 to post indecent language on the Internet anywhere that a minor could read it.The Electronic Frontier Foundation created public domain blue ribbon icons that many web authors downloaded and displayed on their web pages.On 12 June 1996, a three-judge panel in Philadelphia ruled the CDA unconstitutional and issued an injunction against the United States Justice to their web pages, courtesy of the Voters Telecommunications Watch. The Justice Department has appealed the decision to the U.S. Supreme Court. (1996-11-03)

Communications Decency Act "legal" (CDA) An amendment to the U.S. 1996 Telecommunications Bill that went into effect on 1996-02-08. The law, originally proposed by Senator James Exon to protect children from obscenity on the Internet, ended up making it punishable by fines of up to $250,000 to post indecent language on the Internet anywhere that a minor could read it. Thousands of outraged {Internet} users turned their {web pages} black in protest or displayed the {Electronic Frontier Foundation}'s special {icons}. On 1996-06-12, a three-judge panel in Philadelphia ruled the CDA unconstitutional and issued an injunction against the United States Justice Department forbidding them to enforce the "indecency" provisions of the law. Internet users celebrated by displaying an animated "Free Speech" fireworks icon to their web pages, courtesy of the {Voters Telecommunications Watch}. The Justice Department appealed the decision to the U.S. Supreme Court. (1996-11-03)

Competitive Access Provider ::: (networking) (CAP, or Bypass Carrier) A company which provides network links between the customer and the IntereXchange Carrier or even directly to the Internet Service Provider. CAPs operate private networks independent of Local Exchange Carriers.[Getting Connected The Internet at 56k and Up, Kevin Dowd, First Edition, p. 49, O'Reilly & Associates, Inc., June 1996, ISBN 1-56592-154-2 (US), ISBN 1-56592-203-4 (international)]. (1997-07-23)

Competitive Access Provider "networking" (CAP, or "Bypass Carrier") A company which provides network links between the customer and the {IntereXchange Carrier} or even directly to the {Internet Service Provider}. CAPs operate private networks independent of {Local Exchange Carriers}. ["Getting Connected The Internet at 56k and Up", Kevin Dowd, First Edition, p. 49, O'Reilly & Associates, Inc., June 1996, ISBN 1-56592-154-2 (US), ISBN 1-56592-203-4 (international)]. (1997-07-23)

Computer Emergency Response Team ::: (security, body) (CERT) An organisation formed by DARPA in November 1988 in response to the needs exhibited during the Internet worm incident. The CERT security incidents, product vulnerability assistance, technical documents and tutorials. .E-mail: (incident reports).Telephone +1 (412) 268 7090 (24-hour hotline).(2000-07-09)

computer law ::: (legal) Apart from software law, other relevant laws include those concerning the sale of goods. Communication law is more relevant to the Internet, it has to do with media issues in general, e.g. free speech. (1994-12-05)

Conferencing over IP "communications, standard" (CoIP) Standards for the transmission of {multimedia} over the {Internet}. CoIP extends {VoIP} (voice over Internet Protocol) with {text}, {images}, {video}. The main CoIP standard is based on {H.323}. The VoIP forum of the {IMTC} merged with the {H.323} Activity Group in January 1999 to form the Conferencing over IP (CoIP) Activity Group. VoIP uses "VoIP Devices" as {gateways} to {route} voice data {packets} over the Internet or {PSTN}. {Protocols} such as {SGCP} and its successor {MGCP} extend VoIP to handle media other than voice data. (2013-12-29)

Conferencing over IP ::: (communications, standard) (CoIP) The IMTC Activity Group trying to standardise IP Telephony through the use of ITU-T H.323.The VoIP forum of the IMTC merged with the H.323 Activity Group in January 1999 to form the Conferencing over IP (CoIP) Activity Group.VoIP uses VoIP Devices as gateways to route voice packets over the Internet or PSTN. It uses protocols such as SGCP and its successor MGCP. . (1999-03-17)

content analysis: examination of certain types of media (e.g. books, TV; magazines, the Internet) to see what effect they may be having on our perceptions and/or behaviour. It involves the analysis of language, certain words or certain activities that appear in the chosen media.,

core gateway ::: Historically, one of a set of gateways (routers) operated by the Internet Network Operations Center at Bolt, Beranek and Newman (BBN). The core gateway system formed a central part of Internet routing in that all groups must advertise paths to their networks from a core gateway.

CSK Software "company" An international software company formed by the merger of {Quay Financial Software} and {Micrognosis}, and fully owned by {CSK Corporation}, Japan. CSK Software is based in Frankfurt/Main (Germany) with offices in London (UK), Zurich (Switzerland), Madrid (Spain), and Singapore. Products segments are RDD: Real-time data delivery, main product is {Slingshot} for delivering real-time data over the Internet (real push technology). ETS: Electronic Trading Systems, price calculation and automatic trading (with connections to {XONTRO} and {XETRA}). EAI: {Enterprise Application Integration}, main product is {XGen}, a universal message converter with {GUI} and connections also to {SWIFT}. {(http://csksoftware.com/)}. E-mail: "info@csksoftware.com". Address: CSK Software AG, Opernplatz 2, D-60313 Frankfurt, Germany. Tel: +49 (69) 509 520. Fax: +49 (69) 5095 2333. (2003-05-13)

CU-SeeMe ::: (communications) /see`-yoo-see'-mee/ (CU from Cornell University) A shareware personal computer-based videoconferencing program for use over the Internet, developed at Cornell University, starting in 1992.CU-SeeMe allows for direct audiovisual connections between clients, or, like irc, it can support multi-user converencing via servers (here called reflectors) to distribute the video and audio signals between multiple clients.CU-SeeMe was the first videoconferencing tool available at a reasonable price (in this case, free) to users of personal computers. . .Compare with multicast backbone. (1996-12-01)

cyberspastic ::: (humour) A person suffering from information overload while browsing the Internet or World-Wide Web.Compare webhead. (1995-11-09)

Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency ::: (body) (DARPA, ARPA) An agency of the US Department of Defense responsible for the development of new technology for use by the military. DARPA DARPA focusses on short (two to four-year) projects run by small, purpose-built teams.ARPA was its original name, then it was renamed DARPA (for Defense) in 1972, then back to ARPA [When?], and then, incredibly, back to DARPA again on 1996-03-11!ARPA was responsible for funding development of ARPANET (which grew into the Internet), as well as the Berkeley version of Unix and TCP/IP. . . (1999-07-17)

Defense Data Network ::: (DDN) A global communications network serving the US Department of Defense. Composed of MILNET, other portions of the Internet, and classified networks which are not part of the Internet. The DDN is used to connect military installations and is managed by the Defense Information Systems Agency. (1994-12-01)

Defense Information Systems Agency ::: (DISA) Formerly called the Defense Communications Agency (DCA), this is the government agency responsible for managing the Defense Data Network (DDN) portion of the Internet, including the MILNET. Currently, DISA administers the DDN, and supports the user assistance services of the DDN NIC. . (1994-12-01)

Department of Defense Network ::: (networking) (DDN) A military subset of the Internet, which includes ARPAnet. (1994-12-07)

Desktop Management Interface ::: (standard, operating system) (DMI) A specification from the Desktop Management Task Force (DMTF) that establishes a standard framework for managing networked computers. DMI covers hardware and software, desktop systems and servers, and defines a model for filtering events and describing interfaces.DMI provides a common path for technical support, IT managers, and individual users to access information about all aspects of a computer - including describing products to aid vendors, systems integrators, and end users in enterprise desktop management.DMI is not tied to any specific hardware, operating system, or management protocols. It is easy for vendors to adopt, mappable to existing management protocols such as Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP), and can be used on non-network computers.DMI's four components are:Management Information Format (MIF) - a text file containing information about the hardware and software on a computer. Manufacturers can create their own MIFs specific to a component.Service layer - an OS add-on that connects the management interface and the component interface and allows management and component software to access MIF files. The service layer also includes a common interface called the local agent, which is used to manage individual components.Component interface (CI) - an application program interface (API) that sends status information to the appropriate MIF file via the service layer. Commands include Get, Set, and Event.Management interface (MI) - the management software's interface to the service layer. Commands are Get, Set, and List.CI, MI, and service layer drivers are available on the Internet. Intel's LANDesk Client Manager (LDCM) is based on DMI.Version: 2.0s (as of 2000-01-19). . .(2000-01-19)

Desktop Management Interface "standard, operating system" (DMI) A {specification} from the {Desktop Management Task Force} (DMTF) that establishes a standard {framework} for managing networked computers. DMI covers {hardware} and {software}, {desktop} systems and {servers}, and defines a model for filtering events and describing {interfaces}. DMI provides a common path for technical support, IT managers, and individual users to access information about all aspects of a computer - including {processor} type, installation date, attached {printers} and other {peripherals}, power sources, and maintenance history. It provides a common format for describing products to aid vendors, systems integrators, and end users in enterprise desktop management. DMI is not tied to any specific hardware, operating system, or management protocols. It is easy for vendors to adopt, mappable to existing management protocols such as {Simple Network Management Protocol} (SNMP), and can be used on non-network computers. DMI's four components are: Management Information Format (MIF) - a text file containing information about the hardware and software on a computer. Manufacturers can create their own MIFs specific to a component. Service layer - an OS add-on that connects the management interface and the component interface and allows management and component software to access MIF files. The service layer also includes a common interface called the local agent, which is used to manage individual components. Component interface (CI) - an {application program interface} (API) that sends status information to the appropriate MIF file via the service layer. Commands include Get, Set, and Event. Management interface (MI) - the management software's interface to the service layer. Commands are Get, Set, and List. CI, MI, and service layer drivers are available on the Internet. {Intel}'s {LANDesk Client Manager} (LDCM) is based on DMI. Version: 2.0s (as of 2000-01-19). {(http://dmtf.org/spec/dmis.html)}. {Sun overview (http://sun.com/solstice/products/ent.agents/presentations/sld014.html)}. (2000-01-19)

Desktop Management Task Force ::: (body) (DMTF) The industry consortium that develops, supports, and maintains standards for systems management of PC systems and products, to reduce total cost of ownership. These include the Desktop Management Interface (DMI), the most-widely used management standard today.The DMTF is participating in an industry effort to create a standard for management over the Internet. They are defining an object-oriented Common Information Model (CIM). .(2000-01-19)

digital certificate ::: (communications, security) An attachment to an electronic mail message used for security purposes, e.g. to verify that a user sending a message is who he or she claims to be, and to provide the receiver with the means to encode a reply.An individual wishing to send an encrypted message applies for a digital certificate from a certificate authority (CA). The CA issues an encrypted identification information. The CA makes its own public key readily available on the Internet.The recipient of an encrypted message uses the CA's public key to decode the digital certificate attached to the message, verifies it as issued by the CA and then obtains the sender's public key and identification information held within the certificate.(2006-05-27)

Digital native - a person born or brought up during the age of digital technology and therefore familiar with computers and the Internet from an early age.

Digital Web: The metaphysical aspect of the Internet, generally considered alive. Also called netspace and Webspace.

distributed database ::: A collection of several different databases that looks like a single database to the user. An example is the Internet Domain Name System (DNS). (1994-12-07)

domain address ::: (networking) The name of a host on the Internet belonging to the hierarchy of Internet domains. (1994-10-27)

Domain Name System "networking" (DNS) A general-purpose distributed, replicated, data query service chiefly used on {Internet} for translating {hostnames} into {Internet addresses}. Also, the style of {hostname} used on the Internet, though such a name is properly called a {fully qualified domain name}. DNS can be configured to use a sequence of name servers, based on the domains in the name being looked for, until a match is found. The name resolution client (e.g. Unix's gethostbyname() library function) can be configured to search for host information in the following order: first in the local {hosts file}, second in {NIS} and third in DNS. This sequencing of Naming Services is sometimes called "name service switching". Under {Solaris} is configured in the file /etc/nsswitch.conf. DNS can be queried interactively using the command {nslookup}. It is defined in {STD 13}, {RFC 1034}, {RFC 1035}, {RFC 1591}. {BIND} is a common DNS server. {Info from Virtual Office, Inc. (http://virtual.office.com/domains.html)}. (2001-05-14)

Ecash ::: (application) A trial form of electronic funds transfer over the Internet (and soon by electronic mail).The ecash software stores digital money, signed by a bank, on the user's local computer. The user can spend the digital money at any shop accepting ecash, transmit credit card numbers. The shop just has to accept the money, and deposit it at the bank. The security is provided by a public-key digital signature.There process involves the issuing banks who exchange real money for ecash, users who have and spend ecash, shops who accept ecash payments, and clearing banks who clear payments received by shops.At the moment, all users and shops must have an account at DigiCash's own bank, the First Digital Bank at bank.digicash.com. They can withdraw money from the bank, and convert it to ecash. Shops can be started by any ecash user. . (1995-04-10)

e-commerce - The use of the internet and electronic communications to carry out business transactions.

electronic commerce ::: (application, communications) (EC) The conducting of business communication and transactions over networks and through computers. As most commerce and use electronic mail, EDI, file transfer, fax, video conferencing, workflow, or interaction with a remote computer.Electronic commerce also includes buying and selling over the World-Wide Web and the Internet, electronic funds transfer, smart cards, digital cash (e.g. Mondex), and all other ways of doing business over digital networks.[Electronic Commerce Dictionary]. (1995-10-08)

electronic mail address ::: (messaging) (Usually e-mail address, rarely e-dress, e-ddress) The string used to specify the source or destination of an electronic mail message. E.g. .The RFC 822 standard is probably the most widely used on the Internet though X.400 is also in use in Europe and Canada. UUCP-style (bang path) addresses or other kinds of source route became virtually extinct in the 1990s.In the example above, john is the local part which is the name of a mailbox on the destination computer. If the sender and recipient use the same computer, or the same LAN, for electronic mail then the local part is usually all that is required.If they use different computers, e.g. they work at different companies or use different Internet service providers, then the host part, e.g. user's mail is stored on the server and read later via client mail software running on the user's computer.Large organisations, such as universities will often set up a global alias directory which maps a simple user name such as jsmith to an address which making it much easier to redirect mail if a user leaves or moves to a different computer for example. (1996-10-22)

EUnet Ltd. ::: EUnet Ltd. is jointly owned by the EUnet national service providers and EurOpen, the European Forum for Open Systems.EUnet services include electronic mail (Internet-style RFC 822 as well as X.400), InterEUnet (Internet Protocol) connectivity and services such as remote Services Digital Network. EUnet is the primary European region provider of network news and the top-level European distributor of Internet Talk Radio.EUnet operates its own infrastructure across Europe and is the largest European component of the Internet. EUnet is a member of Commercial Internet Exchange and Ebone93, a research network consortium.E-mail: .

extranet ::: (World-Wide Web) The extension of a company's intranet out onto the Internet, e.g. to allow selected customers, suppliers and mobile workers to which is accessible to everyone. The difference can be somewhat blurred but generally an extranet implies real-time access through a firewall of some kind.Such facilities require very careful attention to security but are becoming an increasingly important means of delivering services and communicating efficiently.[Did Marc Andreessen invent the term in September 1996?] (1997-12-17)

Federal Information Exchange ::: (networking) (FIX) One of the connection points between the American governmental internets and the Internet.(2001-05-14)

Federal Networking Council ::: (FNC) The coordinating group of representatives from federal agencies involved in the development and use of federal networking, especially those networks using TCP/IP and the Internet. Current members include representatives from DOD, DOE, DARPA, NSF, NASA, and HHS. (1994-11-17)

File Request ::: 1. The FidoNet equivalent of FTP, in which one BBS system automatically dials another and snarfs one or more files. Often abbreviated FReq; files are often announced as being available for FReq in the same way that files are announced as being available for/by anonymous FTP on the Internet.2. The act of getting a copy of a file by using the File Request option of the BBS mailer.[Jargon File] (1995-01-05)

Financial_porn ::: is a slang term used to describe sensationalist reports of financial news and products causing irrational buying that can be detrimental to investors' financial health. Short-term focus by the media on a financial topic can create excitement that does little to help investors make smart, long-term financial decisions, and in many cases clouds investors' decision-making ability. Expanded media coverage, specifically the advent of 24-hour cable news networks and the internet and the tools it has provided the financial industry, has led to a large increase in financial porn.  Examples of financial porn include constant advertisements of easy-to-use trading-strategy products that purport to turn minimal investments into small fortunes, media coverage of the latest and greatest sector trends and magazines with front pages that claim to have the next 10-must-own mutual funds of next year. Many of these products and ideas expose investors to great risks posed by both the movement of the market and the risk of fraud.

For Your Information ::: (FYI) A subseries of RFCs that are not technical standards or descriptions of protocols. FYIs convey general information about topics related to TCP/IP or the Internet.See also STD. (1994-10-26)

frequently asked question ::: (convention) (FAQ, or rarely FAQL, FAQ list) A document provided for many Usenet newsgroups (and, more recently, World-Wide Web services) which attempts FAQ list for a group before posting to it in case your question or point is common knowledge.The collection of all FAQ lists is one of the most precious and remarkable resources on the Internet. It contains a huge wealth of up-to-date expert greatly assisted by its frequent exposure to criticism by an interested, and occasionally well-informed, audience (the readers of the relevant newsgroup).The main FTP archive for FAQs is on a computer called RTFM at MIT, where they can be accessed either , USA.The FAQs are also posted to Usenet newsgroups: comp.answers, news.answers and alt.answers. (1997-12-08)

fully qualified domain name ::: (networking) (FQDN) The full name of a system, consisting of its local hostname and its domain name, including a top-level domain (tld). For example, sufficient to determine a unique Internet address for any host on the Internet. This process, called name resolution, uses the Domain Name System (DNS).With the explosion of interest in the Internet following the advent of the World-Wide Web, domain names (especially the most significant two components, therefore become highly political and is performed by a number of different registrars. There are different registries for the different tlds.A final dot on the end of a FQDN can be used to tell the DNS that the name is fully qualified and so needs no extra suffixes added, but it is not required.See also network, the, network address.(2005-06-09)

fuzzball ::: A DEC LSI-11 running a particular suite of homebrewed software written by Dave Mills and assorted co-conspirators, used in the early 1980s for Internet sites in its early 56KB-line days. A few were still active on the Internet in early 1991, doing odd jobs such as network time service.[Jargon File] (1994-12-05)

Generic Security Service Application Programming Interface ::: (security, programming) (GSS-API) An application level interface (API) to system security services. It provides a generic interface to services which may be provided by a variety of different security mechanisms. Vanilla GSS-API supports security contexts between two entities (known as principals).GSS-API is a draft internet standard which is being developed in the Common Authentication Technology Working Group (cat-wg) of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF).Initial specifications for GSS-API appeared in RFC 1508 and RFC 1509. Subsequent revisions appeared in several draft standards documents. . (1996-05-19)

g file ::: (messaging) (General file) A mid 1980s term for text files, usually short and unpublished found on BBSs. The g-files section on BBSs contain text files of general interest, viewable on-line; this is as opposed to files in the file transfer section, which are generally downloadable but not viewable on-line.When used on the Internet, this term generally refers to the types of file most often associated with old BBSs such as instructions on phreaking or making bombs. (1996-06-20)

Global Network Navigator ::: (GNN) A collection of free services provided by O'Reilly & Associates.The Whole Internet Catalog describes the most useful Net resources and services with live links to those resources. The GNN Business Pages list companies on the Internet, with weekly articles on Internet trends and special events, sports, weather, and comics. There are also pages aobut travel and personal finance. .E-mail: .Telephone: (800) 998 9938 (USA), +1 (707) 829 0515 (outside USA). (1995-01-10)

Global Network Navigator (GNN) A collection of free services provided by {O'Reilly & Associates}. The Whole Internet Catalog describes the most useful Net resources and services with live links to those resources. The GNN Business Pages list companies on the Internet. The Internet Help Desk provides help in starting {Internet}q exploration. NetNews is a weekly publication that reports on the news of the {Internet}, with weekly articles on Internet trends and special events, sports, weather, and comics. There are also pages aobut travel and personal finance. {Home page (http://gnn.com/)}. E-mail: "support@gnn.com". Telephone: (800) 998 9938 (USA), +1 (707) 829 0515 (outside USA). (1995-01-10)

Go ::: (games, application) A thinking game with an oriental origin estimated to be around 4000 years old. Nowadays, the game is played by millions of people in practised by a yearly increasing number of players. On the Internet Go players meet, play and talk 24 hours/day on the Internet Go Server (IGS). .Usenet newsgroup: rec.games.go. (1995-03-17)

gopher "networking, protocol" A {distributed} document retrieval system which started as a {Campus Wide Information System} at the {University of Minnesota}, and which was popular in the early 1990s. Gopher is defined in {RFC 1436}. The protocol is like a primitive form of {HTTP} (which came later). Gopher lacks the {MIME} features of HTTP, but expressed the equivalent of a document's {MIME type} with a one-character code for the "{Gopher object type}". At time of writing (2001), all Web browers should be able to access gopher servers, although few gopher servers exist anymore. Sir {Tim Berners-Lee}, in his book "Weaving The Web" (pp.72-73), related his opinion that it was not so much the protocol limitations of gopher that made people abandon it in favor of HTTP/{HTML}, but instead the legal missteps on the part of the university where it was developed: "It was just about this time, spring 1993, that the University of Minnesota decided that it would ask for a license fee from certain classes of users who wanted to use gopher. Since the gopher software being picked up so widely, the university was going to charge an annual fee. The browser, and the act of browsing, would be free, and the server software would remain free to nonprofit and educational institutions. But any other users, notably companies, would have to pay to use gopher server software. "This was an act of treason in the academic community and the Internet community. Even if the university never charged anyone a dime, the fact that the school had announced it was reserving the right to charge people for the use of the gopher protocols meant it had crossed the line. To use the technology was too risky. Industry dropped gopher like a hot potato." (2001-03-31)

gopher ::: (networking, protocol) A distributed document retrieval system which started as a Campus Wide Information System at the University of Minnesota, and which was popular in the early 1990s.Gopher is defined in RFC 1436. The protocol is like a primitive form of HTTP (which came later). Gopher lacks the MIME features of HTTP, but expressed the object type. At time of writing (2001), all Web browers should be able to access gopher servers, although few gopher servers exist anymore.Tim Berners-Lee, in his book Weaving The Web (pp.72-73), related his opinion that it was not so much the protocol limitations of gopher that made people abandon it in favor of HTTP/HTML, but instead the legal missteps on the part of the university where it was developed:It was just about this time, spring 1993, that the University of Minnesota decided that it would ask for a license fee from certain classes of users who and educational institutions. But any other users, notably companies, would have to pay to use gopher server software.This was an act of treason in the academic community and the Internet community. Even if the university never charged anyone a dime, the fact that the the gopher protocols meant it had crossed the line. To use the technology was too risky. Industry dropped gopher like a hot potato.(2001-03-31)

Groupwise ::: (software, networking) A workgroup application suite offering electronic mail and diary scheduling from Novell, Inc.. It can operate on a number of platforms.Groupwise was previously known as WordPerfect Office, and is an extensible system suitable for LAN or WAN operation. Mail gateway software is available for a number of protocols including SMTP, allowing the exchange of mail with the Internet. (1995-09-23)

gry "human language" The suffix referred to in the following puzzle: Question: "Angry" and "hungry" are two words that end in "gry". What is the third word. Everyone knows what it means and everyone uses it every day. Look closely and I have already given you the third word. What is it? Answer: "what". Variants of this puzzle have circulated widely on the Internet for some years, usually in a corrupted form such as "Name three common English words ending in 'gry'", which has no third answer. {(http://www.worldwidewords.org/articles/gry.htm)}. {(http://word-detective.com/gry.html)}. (2007-04-04)

gry ::: (puzzle) Angry and hungry are two words that end in gry. There are three words in the English language. What is the third word? Everyone knows what it means and everyone uses it every day. Look closely and I have already given you the third word. What is it?Answer: language.This puzzle has circulated widely on the Internet for some years, but usually in an abbreviated form such as Name three common English words ending in 'gry', which has no good third answer. .(2001-04-09)

Harvest ::: (tool, networking) A highly scalable, customisable system for discovering resources on the Internet.Version: 1.3. . (1999-01-16)

hierarchical routing "networking" A way of simplifying {routing} a large network like the {Internet} by breaking it into a {hierarchy} of smaller networks where each level is responsible for its own routing. The Internet has three levels: {backbone networks}, {mid-level networks} (or {transit networks}) and {stub networks}. The backbones know how to route between the mid-levels, the mid-levels know how to route between {autonomous systems} (sites) and each site knows how to route internally. {Routers} at each level cooperate by exchanging routing information. Typically, between mid-level networks this is via {Exterior Gateway Protocol} and within sites via {Interior Gateway Protocol}. (2017-12-02)

Home Network Administration Protocol "protocol" (HNAP) A network {protocol} using {SOAP} over {HTTP} that lets manufacturers and administrtors to configure devices remotely. HNAP is typically used by {ISPs} to update {Internet} {routers} in customers' homes or workplaces. Because it runs on many devices on the Internet, HNAP is a target for remote attacks or probes. These may start by attempting to fetch the {URL} "/HNAP1/" on the remote device. [{Cisco whitepaper (https://www.cisco.com/web/partners/downloads/guest/hnap_protocol_whitepaper.pdf)}] [{SANS vulnerability post (https://isc.sans.edu/forums/diary/More+on+HNAP+What+is+it+How+to+Use+it+How+to+Find+it/17648/)}] (2018-08-09)

hop ::: 1. (messaging) One point-to-point transmission in a series required to get a message from point A to point B on a store and forward network. On such the hop count of the shortest path between them. This can be more significant than their geographical separation.Each exclamation mark in a bang path represents one hop.2. (networking) One direct host-to-host connection forming part of the route between two hosts in a routed network such as the Internet. Some protocols place an upper limit on the hop count in order to detect routing loops.3. (jargon, networking) To log in to a remote computer, especially via rlogin or telnet. I'll hop over to foovax to FTP that.[Jargon File] (1997-06-25)

HyperText Transmission Protocol, Secure ::: (protocol) (HTTPS) A variant of HTTP used by Netscape for handling secure transactions.The Netscape Navigator supports a URL access method, https, for connecting to HTTP servers using SSL.https is a unique protocol that is simply SSL underneath HTTP. You need to use https:// for HTTP URLs with SSL, whereas you continue to use http:// for HTTP URLs without SSL. The default https port number is 443, as assigned by the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority. . (1995-01-16)

Internaut ::: (jargon, World-Wide Web) (From Internet + astronaut) A person who explores the Internet (or cyberspace), normally searching for information.(2002-06-30)

Internet Access Provider ::: (networking, company) (IAP) A company or other origanisation which provides access to the Internet to businesses and/or consumers. An IAP purchases an Internet link from another company that has a direct link to the Internet and resells portions of that bandwidth to the general public.For example, an IAP may purchase a T1 link (1.544Mb/s) and resell that bandwidth in chunks consisting of ISDN (64Kb/s, 128Kb/s) and analog modems (14.4Kb/s, individuals. Individual customers usually connect to the IAP via a modem and telephone line to a (preferably local) point of presence.An IAP may also be an Internet Service Provider. (1996-06-25)

Internet Access Provider "networking, company" (IAP) A company or other origanisation which provides access to the {Internet} to businesses and/or consumers. An IAP purchases an Internet link from another company that has a direct link to the Internet and resells portions of that {bandwidth} to the general public. For example, an IAP may purchase a {T1} link (1.544Mb/s) and resell that bandwidth in chunks consisting of {ISDN} (64Kb/s, 128Kb/s) and analog {modems} (14.4Kb/s, 28.8Kb/s). The IAP's customer base is likely to include both businesses and individuals. Individual customers usually connect to the IAP via a modem and telephone line to a (preferably local) {point of presence}. An IAP may also be an {Internet Service Provider}. (1996-06-25)

Internet Adapter "networking, product" The Internet Adapter (TIA). A program from {Cyberspace Development} which runs on a {Unix} shell account and acts as a {SLIP} {emulator}. A TIA emulated SLIP account is not quite the same as a real SLIP account but TIA's SLIP emulation is completely standard in terms of working with {MacTCP}-based software on the {Macintosh} (or {WinSock} on a {Microsoft Windows} machine). You do not get your own {Internet Address} as you do with a real SLIP account, instead, TIA uses the IP number of the machine it runs on and "redirects" traffic back to you. You cannot set up your machine as an {FTP} {server}, for instance, since there's no IP number for an {FTP} {client} elsewhere to connect to. TIA's performance is reportedly good, faster than normal SLIP in fact, and about as fast as {Compressed SLIP}. Future releases will support {CSLIP} and even {PPP}. {Cyberspace Development} has ported TIA to several versions of {Unix} and more are on the way. {TERM} is a free program which performs a similar function between two machines both running {Unix}. {(http://marketplace.com/)}. {Setting up TIA (http://webcom.com/~llarrow/tiarefg.html)}. {Telnet (telnet://marketplace.com)}. {Gopher (gopher://marketplace.com/)}. {FTP (ftp://marketplace.com/tia/)}. E-mail: "tia-info@marketplace.com". (1995-04-12)

Internet Adapter ::: (networking, product) The Internet Adapter (TIA). A program from Cyberspace Development which runs on a Unix shell account and acts as a SLIP MacTCP-based software on the Macintosh (or WinSock on a Microsoft Windows machine).You do not get your own Internet Address as you do with a real SLIP account, instead, TIA uses the IP number of the machine it runs on and redirects traffic back to you. You cannot set up your machine as an FTP server, for instance, since there's no IP number for an FTP client elsewhere to connect to.TIA's performance is reportedly good, faster than normal SLIP in fact, and about as fast as Compressed SLIP. Future releases will support CSLIP and even PPP.Cyberspace Development has ported TIA to several versions of Unix and more are on the way.TERM is a free program which performs a similar function between two machines both running Unix. . . . . .E-mail: . (1995-04-12)

Internet Architecture Board ::: (IAB) The technical body that oversees the development of the Internet suite of protocols. It has two task forces: the Internet Engineering Task Force and the Internet Research Task Force.IAB previously stood for Internet Activities Board. (1994-12-06)

Internet Chess Server ::: (networking, games) An interactive meeting-place on the Internet where people can play chess against each other.Usenet newsgroup: alt.chess.ics.[Server address?] (1995-03-25)

Internet Control Message Protocol ::: (protocol) (ICMP) An extension to the Internet Protocol (IP) that allows for the generation of error messages, test packets, and informational messages related to IP. It is defined in STD 5, RFC 792. (1999-09-18)

Internet-Draft ::: (I-D) A draft working document of the Internet Engineering Task Force, its Areas, and its Working Groups. As the name implies, Internet-Drafts are purely months and may be updated, replaced, or obsoleted by other documents at any time. Very often, an I-D is a precursor to a Request For Comments. (1994-12-08)

Internet Engineering Steering Group ::: (IESG) A body composed of the Internet Engineering Task Force Area Directors and the IETF Chair. It provides the first technical review of Internet standards and is responsible for day-to-day management of the IETF. (1994-12-08)

Internet Engineering Task Force ::: (networking, standard, body) (IETF) The IETF is a large, open international community of network designers, operators, vendors and researchers the Internet Architecture Board (IAB) for final approval. The IETF meets three times a year and extensive minutes are included in the IETF Proceedings.The IETF Secretariat, run by The Corporation for National Research Initiatives with funding from the US government, maintains an index of Internet-Drafts whereas RFCs are maintained by The Internet Architecture Board. . (1999-01-27)

Internet Experiment Note ::: (IEN) A series of reports pertinent to the Internet. IENs were published in parallel to RFCs and are no longer active.See also Internet-Draft, Request For Comments. (1994-12-08)

Internet Foundation Classes ::: (language, library, programming, standard) (IFC) A library of classes used in the creation of Java applets with GUIs.Created by Netscape, the Internet Foundation Classes provide GUI elements, as well as classes for Applications Services, Security, Messaging, and Distributed Objects.The IFC code, which is exclusively Java, is layered on top of the Java Abstract Windowing Toolkit (AWT), thus preserving platform independence.The AWT and IFC collectively form the Java Foundation Classes, which provide a standardised framework for developing powerful Java applications. .(2003-08-17)

Internet Foundation Classes "language, library, programming, standard" (IFC) A {library} of {classes} used in the creation of {Java} {applets} with {GUIs}. Created by {Netscape}, the Internet Foundation Classes provide GUI elements, as well as classes for {Applications Services}, {Security}, {Messaging}, and {Distributed Objects}. The IFC code, which is exclusively Java, is layered on top of the Java {Abstract Windowing Toolkit} (AWT), thus preserving {platform independence}. The AWT and IFC collectively form the {Java Foundation Classes}, which provide a standardised framework for developing powerful Java applications. {IFC download (http://wp.netscape.com/eng/ifc/download.html)}. (2003-08-17)

Internet Go Server ::: (games, networking) (IGS) A place for Go players to meet and play via the Internet. . (1995-03-17)

Internet Group Management Protocol ::: (protocol) (IGMP) An extension to the Internet Protocol, used by IP hosts to report their host group memberships to immediately-neighbouring multicast routers.See also MBONE.Version 1 of IGMP is defined in Appendix 1 of RFC 1112.Version 2 is proposed in RFC 2236. (1999-11-08)

Internet Information Server ::: (World-Wide Web) (IIS) Microsoft's web server and FTP server for Windows NT.IIS is intended to meet the needs of a range of users: from workgroups and departments on a corporate intranet to ISPs hosting websites that receive millions of hits per day.Features include innovative web publishing, customisable tools, wizards, customisable management tools, flexible administration options, and analysis tools.IIS makes it easy to share documents and information across a company intranet or the Internet, and is completely integrated with Windows NT Directory Services.IIS 1.0 was released for Windows NT 3.51 and had a limited feature set.IIS 2.0 was released with Windows NT 4.0 with a similar feature set to IIS 1.0.IIS 3.0 quickly followed with many additions including Active Server Pages (ASP), ISAPI and ADO 1.0.IIS 4.0 is built into Windows NT Server 4.0. It includes ASP 2.0, ISAPI and ADO 1.5. .Rival servers include Apache and Netscape Enterprise Server. (1999-08-04)

Internet Monthly Report ::: (IMR) Publication designed to communicate to the Internet Research Group the accomplishments, milestones reached, or problems discovered by the participating organisations. (1994-12-08)

Internet Network Information Center "networking" (InterNIC) An umbrella entity created by the {National Science Foundation} in Spring 1992, in cooperation with the Internet community, consisting of Network Information Service Managers who provided and/or coordinated {NSFNet} services. {General Atomics} provided information services, {AT&T} provided directory and database services, and {Network Solutions, Inc.} (NSI) provided registration services. In 1999 Internic was replaced by {ICANN}. {(http://internic.net/)}. {(http://nic.net/)}. (2003-04-16)

Internet Network Information Center ::: (networking) (InterNIC) An umbrella entity created by the National Science Foundation in Spring 1992, in cooperation with the Internet community, provided directory and database services, and Network Solutions, Inc. (NSI) provided registration services.In 1999 Internic was replaced by ICANN. . .(2003-04-16)

Internet "networking" 1. With a lower-case "i", any set of {networks} interconnected with {routers}. 2. With an upper-case "I", the world's collection of interconnected networks. The Internet is a three-level {hierarchy} composed of {backbone networks}, {mid-level networks}, and {stub networks}. These include commercial (.com or .co), university (.ac or .edu) and other research networks (.org, .net) and military (.mil) networks and span many different physical networks around the world with various {protocols}, chiefly the {Internet Protocol}. Until the advent of the {web} in 1990, the Internet was almost entirely unknown outside universities and corporate research departments and was accessed mostly via {command line} interfaces such as {telnet} and {FTP}. Since then it has grown to become a ubiquitous aspect of modern information systems, becoming highly commercial and a widely accepted medium for all sort of customer relations such as advertising, brand building and online sales and services. Its original spirit of cooperation and freedom have, to a great extent, survived this explosive transformation with the result that the vast majority of information available on the Internet is free of charge. While the web (primarily in the form of {HTML} and {HTTP}) is the best known aspect of the Internet, there are many other {protocols} in use, supporting applications such as {electronic mail}, {chat}, {remote login} and {file transfer}. There were 20,242 unique commercial domains registered with {InterNIC} in September 1994, 10% more than in August 1994. In 1996 there were over 100 {Internet access providers} in the US and a few in the UK (e.g. the {BBC Networking Club}, {Demon}, {PIPEX}). There are several bodies associated with the running of the Internet, including the {Internet Architecture Board}, the {Internet Assigned Numbers Authority}, the {Internet Engineering and Planning Group}, {Internet Engineering Steering Group}, and the {Internet Society}. See also {NYsernet}, {EUNet}. {The Internet Index (http://openmarket.com/intindex)} - statistics about the Internet. (2015-03-26)

Internet ::: (networking) (Note: capital I). The Internet is the largest internet (with a small i) in the world. It is a three level hierarchy composed of (.org, .net) and military (.mil) networks and span many different physical networks around the world with various protocols, chiefly the Internet Protocol.Until the advent of the World-Wide Web in 1990, the Internet was almost entirely unknown outside universities and corporate research departments and was accessed this explosive transformation with the result that the vast majority of information available on the Internet is free of charge.While the web (primarily in the form of HTML and HTTP) is the best known aspect of the Internet, there are many other protocols in use, supporting applications such as electronic mail, Usenet, chat, remote login, and file transfer.There were 20,242 unique commercial domains registered with InterNIC in September 1994, 10% more than in August 1994. In 1996 there were over 100 Internet access providers in the US and a few in the UK (e.g. the BBC Networking Club, Demon, PIPEX).There are several bodies associated with the running of the Internet, including the Internet Architecture Board, the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority, the Internet Engineering and Planning Group, Internet Engineering Steering Group, and the Internet Society.See also NYsernet, EUNet. - statistics about the Internet.(2000-02-21)

Internet of things (IoT) - a proposed development of the Internet in which everyday objects have network connectivity, allowing them to send and receive data.

Internet Public Library (IPL) A project at the {University of Michigan} School of Information and Library Studies to provide an on-line, 24 hour public library, chaired by an assemblage of librarians and information industry professionals. The library aims to provide library services to a target audience estimated to number 1/4 of the entire American population by the end of the century. The Internet Public Library is scheduled to go on-line in March 1995. Among the first services will be on-line reference; youth services; user education; and professional services for librarians. {(http://ipl.sils.umich.edu/)}. {(telnet://ipl.sils.umich.edu/)}. Mailing list: majordomo@sils.umich.edu. (1995-07-20)

Internet Public Library ::: (IPL) A project at the University of Michigan School of Information and Library Studies to provide an on-line, 24 hour public library, chaired by an assemblage provide library services to a target audience estimated to number 1/4 of the entire American population by the end of the century.The Internet Public Library is scheduled to go on-line in March 1995. Among the first services will be on-line reference; youth services; user education; and professional services for librarians. . .Mailing list: (1995-07-20)

Internet Registry ::: (IR) The Internet Assigned Numbers Authority has the discretionary authority to delegate portions of its responsibility and, with respect to network address and Autonomous System identifiers, has lodged this responsibility with the IR. The IR function is performed by the Defense Data Network Network Information Center.

Internet Research Steering Group ::: (body, standard) (IRSG) The governing body of the Internet Research Task Force. (1994-12-08)

Internet Research Task Force ::: (IRTF) The IRTF is chartered by the Internet Architecture Board to consider long-term Internet issues from a theoretical point of view. It has Research each tasked to discuss different research topics. Multi-cast audio/video conferencing and privacy enhanced mail are samples of IRTF output. (1994-12-08)

Internet Service Provider ::: (company, networking) (ISP) A company which provides other companies or individuals with access to, or presence on, the Internet. Most ISPs are also administration of World-Wide Web sites, training and administration of intranets and domain name registration.(2005-06-19)

Internet Society ::: (body) (ISOC) A non-profit, professional membership organisation which facilitates and supports the technical evolution of the Internet, stimulates provides a forum for discussion and collaboration in the operation and use of the global Internet infrastructure.The Internet Society publishes a quarterly newsletter, the Internet Society News, and holds an annual conference, INET. The development of Internet substantial support from the Corporation for National Research Initiatives under a cooperative agreement with the US Federal Government. . (1994-10-27)

Internet Society "body" (ISOC) A non-profit, professional membership organisation which facilitates and supports the technical evolution of the {Internet}, stimulates interest in and educates the scientific and academic communities, industry and the public about the technology, uses and applications of the Internet, and promotes the development of new applications for the system. The Society provides a forum for discussion and collaboration in the operation and use of the global Internet infrastructure. The Internet Society publishes a quarterly newsletter, the Internet Society News, and holds an annual conference, INET. The development of Internet technical standards takes place under the auspices of the Internet Society with substantial support from the {Corporation for National Research Initiatives} under a cooperative agreement with the US Federal Government. {(http://info.isoc.org/)}. (1994-10-27)

Internet Worm ::: (networking, security) The November 1988 worm perpetrated by Robert T. Morris. The worm was a program which took advantage of bugs in the Sun Unix made it create many copies of itself on machines it infected, which quickly used up all available processor time on those systems.Some call it The Great Worm in a play on Tolkien (compare elvish, elder days). In the fantasy history of his Middle Earth books, there were dragons powerful did more to make non-hackers nervous about the Internet than anything before or since. (1995-01-12)

Internet Worm "networking, security" The November 1988 {worm} perpetrated by {Robert T. Morris}. The worm was a program which took advantage of bugs in the {Sun} {Unix} {sendmail} program, {Vax} programs, and other security loopholes to distribute itself to over 6000 computers on the {Internet}. The worm itself had a bug which made it create many copies of itself on machines it infected, which quickly used up all available processor time on those systems. Some call it "The Great Worm" in a play on Tolkien (compare {elvish}, {elder days}). In the fantasy history of his Middle Earth books, there were dragons powerful enough to lay waste to entire regions; two of these (Scatha and Glaurung) were known as "the Great Worms". This usage expresses the connotation that the RTM hack was a sort of devastating watershed event in hackish history; certainly it did more to make non-hackers nervous about the Internet than anything before or since. (1995-01-12)

intranet ::: (networking) Any network which provides similar services within an organisation to those provided by the Internet outside it but which is not company of one or more World-Wide Web servers on an internal TCP/IP network for distribution of information within the company.Since about 1995, intranets have become a major growth area in corporate computing due to the availability of cheap or free commercial browser and web server software which allows them to provide a simple, uniform hypertext interface to many kinds of information and application programs.Some companies give limited access to their intranets to other companies or the general public. This is known as an extranet. (1997-07-14)

intranet "networking" Any {network} which provides similar services within an organisation to those provided by the {Internet} outside it but which is not necessarily connected to the Internet. The commonest example is the use by a company of one or more {web} servers on an internal {TCP/IP} network for distribution of information within the company. Since about 1995, intranets have become a major growth area in corporate computing due to the availability of cheap or free commercial {browser} and {web server} software which allows them to provide a simple, uniform {hypertext} interface to many kinds of information and {application programs}. Some companies give limited access to their intranets to other companies or the general public. This is known as an "{extranet}". (1997-07-14)

Intranet – The private network used within the company. An intranet serves the internal needs of the business entity. Intranet users are able to access the Internet, but firewalls keep outsiders from accessing confidential data.

I-Pay ::: (protocol) A Dutch only payment system for the Internet.[Reference?] (1998-04-28)

IP Telephony ::: (communications) (IPT, Internet Telephony) Use of IP data connections to exchange voice and fax data that have traditionally been carried over the public switched telephone network.During the late 1990s, an increasing number of telephone calls have been routed over the Internet. Calls made in this way avoid PSTN charges. Unlike traditional telephony, IP telephony is relatively unregulated.Companies providing these services are known as Internet Telephony Service Providers (ITSPs). They include telephone companies, cable TV companies and Internet Service Providers (ISPs).There are still many problems with voice quality, latency, compression algorithms, and quality of service.Voice over IP is an organised effort to standardise IP telephony.See also Computer Telephone Integration. . (1999-03-17)

ivs ::: INRIA Videoconferencing System.A video-conferencing tool for the Internet based on the H.261 video compression standard. . (1994-11-16)

Java archive ::: (file format, filename extension) (jar) A compressed archive file containing Java class files, filename extension: .jar. The Java Development This, and the compression, speeds up execution of Java programs delivered via the Internet.(2001}-02-03)

Java ::: (programming, language, portability) (After the Indonesian island, a source of programming fluid) A simple, object-oriented, distributed, Sun Microsystems in the early 1990's (initially for set-top television controllers), and released to the public in 1995.Java first became popular by being the earliest portable dynamic client-side content for the World-Wide Web in the form of platform-independent Java applets. In the late 1990's and into the 2000's it has also become very popular on the server side, where an entire set of APIs defines the J2EE.Java is both a set of public specifications (controlled by Sun Microsystems through the JCP) and a series of implementations of those specifications.Java is syntactially similar to C++ without user-definable operator overloading, (though it does have method overloading), without multiple inheritance, and C++'s object-oriented facilities with those of Objective C for dynamic method resolution.Whereas programs in C++ and similar languages are compiled and linked to platform-specific binary executables, Java programs are typically compiled to implementations allow Java class files to be translated into native machine code during or after compilation.The Java compiler and linker both enforce strong type checking - procedures must be explicitly typed. Java supports the creation of virus-free, tamper-free systems with authentication based on public-key encryption.Java has an extensive library of routines for all kinds of programming tasks, rivalling that of other languages.For example, the java.net} package supports TCP/IP protocols like HTTP and FTP. Java applications can access objects across the Internet via URLs almost as easily as on the local file system. There are also capabilities for several types of distributed applications.The Java GUI libraries provide portable interfaces. For example, there is an abstract Window class and implementations of it for Unix, Microsoft Windows and the Macintosh. The java.awt and javax.swing classes can be used either in Web-based Applets or in client-side or desktop applications.There are also packages for developing XML applications, web services, servlets and other web applications, security, date and time calculations and I/O formatting, database (JDBC), and many others.Java is not directly related to JavaScript despite the name. .Usenet newsgroup: comp.lang.java.(2005-01-21)

Jon Postel ::: (person) (Jonathan Bruce Postel, 1943 - 1998-10-16) /p*-stel'/ One of the Internet's founding fathers. Jon's name is prominent on many of the fundamental standards on which the Internet is built, such as UDP. He ran IANA for as long as anybody could remember, in fact for most of the time he *was* IANA.He wrote STD 1, STD 2 and several dozen other RFCs. His friend Vinton Cerf noted his passing in RFC 2468. (1998-10-21)

Jon Postel "person" (Jonathan Bruce Postel, 1943 - 1998-10-16) /p*-stel'/ One of the {Internet}'s founding fathers. Jon's name is prominent on many of the fundamental {standards} on which the Internet is built, such as {UDP}. He ran {IANA} for as long as anybody could remember, in fact for most of the time he *was* IANA. He wrote {STD 1}, {STD 2} and several dozen other {RFCs}. His friend {Vinton Cerf} noted his passing in {RFC 2468}. (1998-10-21)

LaQuey ::: [LaQuey, T. (with J. Ryer), The Internet Companion: A Beginner's Guide to Global Networking, Addison-Wesley, Reading, MA, 1992.]

LaQuey "networking" [LaQuey, T. (with J. Ryer), "The Internet Companion: A Beginner's Guide to Global Networking", Addison-Wesley, Reading, MA, 1992] (2007-09-27)

Listserv ::: (messaging) An automatic mailing list server, initially written to run under IBM's VM operating system by Eric Thomas.Listserv is a user name on some computers on BITNET/EARN which processes electronic mail requests for addition to or deletion from mailing lists. Examples are , Some listservs provide other facilities such as retrieving files from archives and database search. Full details of available services can usually be obtained by sending a message with the word HELP in the subject and body to the listserv address.Eric Thomas, has recently formed an international corporation, L-Soft, and has ported Listserv to a number of other platforms including Unix. Listserv has simultaneously been enhanced to use both the Internet and BITNET.Two other major mailing list processors, both of which run under Unix, are Majordomo, a freeware system, and Listproc, currently owned and developed by BITNET. (1995-02-22)

local loopback addresses ::: The special Internet address, 127.0.0.1, defined by the Internet Protocol. A host can use local the loopback address to send messages to itself. (1995-03-21)

L-Soft ::: An international corporation formed by Eric Thomas, the author of Listserv, to develop it and port it to platforms other than the IBM VM operating system, including Unix. Listserv has been enhanced to use both the Internet and BITNET. (1995-02-22)

mail server ::: 1. (tool, messaging) A program that distributes files or information in response to requests sent via electronic mail. Examples on the Internet include Almanac and netlib. Mail servers are also used on Bitnet.In the days before Internet access was widespread and UUCP mail links were common, mail servers could be used to provide remote services which might now be provided via FTP or WWW.2. (messaging) (Or mail hub) A computer used to store and/or forward electronic mail. (1995-05-05)

Metaverse - a collective virtual shared space, created by the convergence of virtually enhanced physical reality and physically persistent virtual space, including the sum of all virtual worlds, augmented reality, and the internet.

mid-level network ::: (Or regional network). The kind of networks which make up the second level of the Internet hierarchy. They are the transit networks which connect the stub networks to the backbone networks.

MILNET ::: Military Network. Part of the Defense Data Network (DDN) and of the Internet. Managed by the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA).[Location? Number of hosts? Purpose?]

multicast backbone ::: (MBONE) A virtual network on top of the Internet which supports routing of IP multicast packets, intended for multimedia transmission. MBONE gives public a shared workspace where two physically remote parties can draw on and edit shared documents in real-time. (1994-10-27)

Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions ::: (file format, multimedia) (MIME) A standard for multi-part, multimedia electronic mail messages and World-Wide Web hypertext documents on the Internet. BCP0013. It uses mimencode to encode binary data into base 64 using a subset of ASCII. . (1995-04-04)

Multi-User Dimension ::: (games) (MUD) (Or Multi-User Domain, originally Multi-User Dungeon) A class of multi-player interactive game, accessible via the Internet or a modem. MUDs allow you to log in as a guest to look around before you create your own character.Historically, MUDs (and their more recent progeny with names of MU- form) derive from a hack by Richard Bartle and Roy Trubshaw on the University of Essex's as they had already printed trademark claims on some maps and posters, which were released and created the myth.Students on the European academic networks quickly improved on the MUD concept, spawning several new MUDs (VAXMUD, AberMUD, LPMUD). Many of these had associated This, together with the fact that Usenet feeds have been spotty and difficult to get in the UK, made the MUDs major foci of hackish social interaction there.AberMUD and other variants crossed the Atlantic around 1988 and quickly gained popularity in the US; they became nuclei for large hacker communities with only aspects of AberMUD and older systems with the extensibility of TinyMud. The trend toward greater programmability and flexibility will doubtless continue.The state of the art in MUD design is still moving very rapidly, with new simulation designs appearing (seemingly) every month. There is now a move afoot to deprecate the term MUD itself, as newer designs exhibit an exploding variety of names corresponding to the different simulation styles being explored. . .See also bonk/oif, FOD, link-dead, mudhead, MOO, MUCK, MUG, MUSE, chat.Usenet newsgroups: rec.games.mud.announce, rec.games.mud.admin, rec.games.mud.diku, rec.games.mud.lp, rec.games.mud.misc, rec.games.mud.tiny. (1994-08-10)

name resolution ::: (networking) The process of mapping a name into its corresponding address.The Domain Name System is the system which does name resolution on the Internet. (1997-12-15)

National Science Foundation Network ::: (NSFNET) A high speed hierarchical network of networks in the US, funded by the National Science Foundation. At the highest level, it is a backbone network US to Canada, Mexico, Europe, and the Pacific Rim. The NSFNET is part of the Internet. (1993-01-01)

navigating ::: (networking, hypertext) Finding your way around. Often used of the Internet, particularly the World-Wide Web.A browser is a tool for navigating hypertext documents. (1995-03-25)

net.- ::: (convention, networking, messaging) /net dot/ A prefix used to describe people and events related to Usenet and the Internet. The convention dates from net.women with circles of on-line admirers), net.lurkers (see lurker), net.person, net.parties (a synonym for boink), and many similar constructs.See also net.police.[Jargon File] (1995-03-21)

Netfind A research prototype that provides a simple {Internet} "{white pages}" user directory. It runs on {SunOS} 4.0 or more recent systems that are connected to the Internet (however, you can run Netfind on one server at your site, and let the others use Netfind on that server). Given the name of a person on the Internet and a rough description of where the person works, Netfind attempts to locate telephone and electronic mailbox information about the person. {(ftp://ftp.cs.colorado.edu/pub/cs/distribs/netfind)}.

Netrek ::: (games) A 16-player graphical real-time battle simulation with a Star Trek theme. The game is divided into two teams of eight (or less), who dogfight client to connect to one of several Netrek servers on the Internet. There is a metaserver which distributes details of games in progress on other servers.See also ogg.[Dates? Versions? Authors? Addresses?] (1998-02-01)

network address ::: (networking) 1. The network portion of an IP address. For a class A network, the network address is the first byte of the IP address. For a class B In each case, the remainder is the host address. In the Internet, assigned network addresses are globally unique.See also subnet address, Internet Registry.2. (Or net address) An electronic mail address on the network. In the 1980s this might have been a bang path but now (1997) it is nearly always a domain work with, sell to, or recruit from among hackers but *don't* display net addresses are quietly presumed to be clueless poseurs and mentally flushed.Hackers often put their net addresses on their business cards and wear them prominently in contexts where they expect to meet other hackers face-to-face know each other quite well by network names without ever learning each others' real monikers.See also sitename, domainist.[Jargon File] (1997-05-10)

Network News Transfer Protocol ::: (NNTP) A protocol defined in RFC 977 for the distribution, inquiry, retrieval and posting of Usenet news articles over the Internet. It is designed to be used simple ASCII text protocol so even if you don't have a news reader program, you can just connect to the server using telnet: telnet news 119 where news is the name of your server (e.g. news.doc.ic.ac.uk). Typing HELP will give a list of other commands.

network, the 1. "jargon, networking" (Or "the net") The union of all the major noncommercial, academic and hacker-oriented networks, such as {Internet}, the old {ARPANET}, {NSFnet}, {BITNET}, and the virtual {UUCP} and {Usenet} "networks", plus the corporate in-house networks and commercial {time-sharing} services (such as {CompuServe}) that gateway to them. A site was generally considered "on the network" if it could be reached by {electronic mail} through some combination of Internet-style (@-sign) and UUCP ({bang-path}) addresses. Since the explosion of the Internet in the mid 1990s, the term is now synonymous with the Internet. See {network address}. 2. "body" A fictional conspiracy of libertarian hacker-subversives and anti-authoritarian monkeywrenchers described in Robert Anton Wilson's novel "Schrödinger's Cat", to which many {hackers} have subsequently decided they belong (this is an example of {ha ha only serious}). [{Jargon File}] (1999-01-26)

network, the ::: 1. (jargon, networking) (Or the net) The union of all the major noncommercial, academic and hacker-oriented networks, such as Internet, the old corporate in-house networks and commercial time-sharing services (such as CompuServe) that gateway to them.A site was generally considered on the network if it could be reached by electronic mail through some combination of Internet-style (@-sign) and UUCP (bang-path) addresses. Since the explosion of the Internet in the mid 1990s, the term is now synonymous with the Internet.See network address.2. (body) A fictional conspiracy of libertarian hacker-subversives and anti-authoritarian monkeywrenchers described in Robert Anton Wilson's novel Schr�dinger's Cat, to which many hackers have subsequently decided they belong (this is an example of ha ha only serious).[Jargon File] (1999-01-26)

Network Time Protocol ::: (NTP) A protocol built on top of TCP/IP that assures accurate local timekeeping with reference to radio, atomic or other clocks located on the Internet. This protocol is capable of synchronizing distributed clocks within milliseconds over long time periods. It is defined in STD 12, RFC 1119.

Never Offline ::: (software) (NOL) /noh-el/ A software service provided by America's Multimedia Online that allows Internet users to be constantly connected to the Internet. .[But what *is* it?] (1999-11-03)

Never Offline "software" (NOL) /noh-el/ A software service provided by {America's Multimedia Online} that allows {Internet} users to be constantly connected to the Internet. {(http://neveroffline.com/)}. [But what *is* it?] (1999-11-03)

New York State Educational Reasearch ETwork (NYSERNET) A New York {Internet} access provider and regional network. NYSERNet has been in the Internet business since about 1985 and have recently upgraded to a {T3} backbone (45 megabits per second). They work with {Sprint}, {NYNEX} and Rochester Telephone. NYSERNet, Inc., provides Internet Training provided through the NYSERNet Internet Training and Education Center (NITEC), a twenty-four station hands-on facility in Syracuse, NY. The Information Services Group supplies tools for marketing via the {Internet} and NYSERNET also provide Technical Consulting Services. {(http://nysernet.org/)}. E-mail: "info@nysernet.org". (1995-02-01)

New York State Educational Reasearch ETwork ::: (NYSERNET) A New York Internet access provider and regional network. NYSERNet has been in the Internet business since about 1985 and have recently upgraded to a T3 backbone (45 megabits per second). They work with Sprint, NYNEX and Rochester Telephone.NYSERNet, Inc., provides Internet Training provided through the NYSERNet Internet Training and Education Center (NITEC), a twenty-four station hands-on marketing via the Internet and NYSERNET also provide Technical Consulting Services. .E-mail: . (1995-02-01)

NorthWestNet (NWNET) Kochmer, J., and NorthWestNet, "The Internet Passport: NorthWestNets Guide to Our World Online", NorthWestNet, Bellevue, WA, 1992.

NorthWestNet ::: (NWNET) Kochmer, J., and NorthWestNet, The Internet Passport: NorthWestNets Guide to Our World Online, NorthWestNet, Bellevue, WA, 1992.

nslookup ::: A Unix utility by Andrew Cherenson for querying Internet domain name servers. The basic use is to find the Internet address corresponding to a given hostname well-known services. Other types (ANY, AXFR, MB, MD, MF, NULL) are described in RFC 1035. . (1994-10-27)

on-line ::: (jargon) 1. Ready for use. E.g. The graph plotter's fixed and on-line again.2. Interactive as opposed to batch. Accessible via a computer (or terminal), rather than on paper or other medium.3. Of a user, actively using a computer system, especially the Internet. E.g I haven't been on-line for three days.On-line should be hyphenated because it is compounded from two words but the hyphen is often omitted in names of organisations or services. (1998-12-22)

On line searching - Is using a computer retrieval system to obtain information from a database such as on the Internet. Now sometimes referred to as Googleing.

Open Shortest-Path First Interior Gateway Protocol ::: (networking, protocol, standard) (OSPF) A link state routing protocol that is one of the Internet standard Interior Gateway Protocols defined in RFC 1247.There is no OSPF EGP, OSPF is an IGP only.[Relationship to Internet Protocol packet routing?] .(2002-06-29)

O'Reilly and Associates ::: The leading publisher of information on the Internet, Unix, the X Window System and other open systems. They also provide the Global Network Navigator service. . (1995-01-10)

Platform for Internet Content Selection "web" (PICS) A standard for {metadata} associated with {web} content, originally designed to help parents and teachers control what children access on the Internet, but also used for {code signing} and privacy. The PICS platform is one on which other rating services and filtering software have been built. {(http://w3.org/PICS}). (2001-03-29)

Point-to-Point Protocol ::: (communications, protocol) (PPP) The protocol defined in RFC 1661, the Internet standard for transmitting network layer datagrams (e.g. IP packets) over serial point-to-point links.PPP has a number of advantages over SLIP; it is designed to operate both over asynchronous connections and bit-oriented synchronous systems, it can configure PPP can be configured to encapsulate different network layer protocols (such as IP, IPX, or AppleTalk) by using the appropriate Network Control Protocol (NCP).RFC 1220 describes how PPP can be used with remote bridging.Usenet newsgroup: comp.protocols.ppp. . (1994-12-13)

Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet ::: (communications, protocol) (PPPoE) The protocol defined in RFC 2516 that allows one or more computers to connect to the Internet via a shared modem. The modem connects to an Internet Service Provider (ISP) via a serial connection such as PPP over ADSL.PPPoE provides each user with a connection that looks and behaves like a point-to-point dial-up connection even though they are actually sharing an the IP address is only assigned when the PPPoE connection is open, allowing the dynamic reuse of IP addresses via DHCP.PPPoE works by encapsulating PPP frames in Ethernet frames.(2006-09-20)

POP3 ::: (messaging, protocol) Version 3 of the Post Office Protocol. POP3 is defined in RFC 1081, written in November 1988 by Marshall Rose, which is based connection. It does not provide for sending mail, which is assumed to be done via SMTP or some other method.POP is useful for computers, e.g. mobile or home computers, without a permanent network connection which therefore require a post office (the POP server) to hold their mail until they can retrieve it.Although similar in form to the original POP proposed for the Internet community, POP3 is similar in spirit to the ideas investigated by the MZnet project at the University of California, Irvine, and is incompatible with earlier versions of POP.Substantial work was done on examining POP in a PC-based environment. This work, which resulted in additional functionality in this protocol, was performed by the ACIS Networking Systems Group at Stanford University.RFC 1082 (POP3 Extended Service) extends POP3 to deal with accessing mailboxes for mailing lists. (1997-01-09)

Port Address Translation ::: (networking) (PAT) A function provided by some routers which allows hosts on a LAN to communicate with the rest of a network (such as the Internet) the router which then translates them back into the private IP address of the original host for final delivery.Compare SOCKS. (1998-05-08)

postmaster ::: The electronic mail contact and maintenance person at a site connected to the Internet or UUCPNET. Often, but not always, the same as the admin. The Internet standard for electronic mail (RFC 822) requires each machine to have a postmaster address; usually it is aliased to this person. See also webmaster.

postmaster The {electronic mail} contact and maintenance person at a site connected to the {Internet} or {UUCPNET}. Often, but not always, the same as the {admin}. The Internet standard for electronic mail ({RFC} 822) requires each machine to have a "postmaster" address; usually it is aliased to this person. See also {webmaster}.

progressive coding ::: (graphics, file format, algorithm) (Or interlacing) An aspect of a graphics storage format or transmission algorithm that treats bitmap image data non-sequentially in such a way that later data adds progressively greater resolution to an already full-size image. This contrasts with sequential coding.Progressive coding is useful when an image is being sent across a slow communications channel, such as the Internet, as the low-resolution image may be sufficient to allow the user to decide not to wait for the rest of the file to be received.In an interlaced GIF89 image, the pixels in a row are stored sequentially but the rows are stored in interlaced order, e.g. 0, 8, 4, 12, 2, 6, 8, 10, 14, 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15. Each vertical scan adds rows in the middle of the gaps left by the previous one.PNG interlaces both horizontally and vertically using the Adam7 method, a seven pass process named after Adam M. Costello.Interlacing is also supported by other formats. JPEG supports a functionally similar concept known as Progressive JPEG. [How does the algorithm differ?]JBIG uses progressive coding.See also progressive/sequential coding.[Progressive Bi-level Image Compression, Revision 4.1, ISO/IEC JTC1/SC2/WG9, CD 11544, 1991-09-16].(2000-09-12)

proxy gateway ::: (networking) A computer and associated software which will pass on a request for a URL from a World-Wide Web browser such as Mosaic to an outside the client is properly configured, its user should not be aware of the proxy gateway.A proxy gateway often runs on a firewall machine. Its main purpose is to act as a barrier to the threat of crackers. It may also be used to hide the IP addresses of the computers inside the firewall from the Internet if they do not use official registered network numbers.Browsers such as Mosaic and Netscape can be configured to use a different proxy or no proxy for each URL access method (or scheme) - FTP, Gopher, WAIS, news, and HTTP. .Compare proxy server. (1997-06-08)

proxy server "networking" A {server} process that intercepts requests from a client, passes them to an {origin server} and returns the response to the client while performing various other operations in the process. An {HTTP proxy server} is a common example. A proxy may be used for purposes of {security}, performance ({caching}) or anonymity. It may be purely software or may run on its own hardware, either a standard {PC} or server machine or a custom hardware appliance. A software proxy may be on the same computer as the client or the origin server, separate hardware may be anywhere on the network in between. The proxy may filter requests, rejecting some if the request or response matches certain conditions (e.g. an {antivirus} proxy). It may cache requests and responses to reduce load on the origin server or data volume on the network or to provide quicker response to the client for common requests. The proxy may modify the request or response, e.g. to convert between different protocols or interfaces. Proxy servers are often used in large companies as part of a {firewall} so that users within the company need have no direct connection to the Internet (and can use a {private IP address} range) but can still access the {web}, {instant messenger}, etc via the proxy. Usually this requires each client to be configured to use the proxy. The term "proxy gateway" may more imply transparency (less intervention) in the request-response process, though is often used as a synonym for proxy server. (2008-07-01)

push media "messaging" A model of media distribution where items of content are sent to the user (viewer, listener, etc.) in a sequence, and at a rate, determined by a {server} to which the user has connected. This contrasts with {pull media} where the user requests each item individually. Push media usually entail some notion of a "channel" which the user selects and which delivers a particular kind of content. Broadcast television is (for the most part) the prototypical example of push media: you turn on the TV set, select a channel and shows and commercials stream out until you turn the set off. By contrast, the {web} is (mostly) the prototypical example of pull media: each "page", each bit of content, comes to the user only if he requests it; put down the keyboard and the mouse, and everything stops. At the time of writing (April 1997), much effort is being put into blurring the line between push media and pull media. Most of this is aimed at bringing more push media to the {Internet}, mainly as a way to disseminate advertising, since telling people about products they didn't know they wanted is very difficult in a strict pull media model. These emergent forms of push media are generally variations on targeted advertising mixed in with bits of useful content. "At home on your computer, the same system will run soothing {screensavers} underneath regular news flashes, all while keeping track, in one corner, of press releases from companies whose stocks you own. With frequent commercial messages, of course." (Wired, March 1997, page 12). {Pointcast (http://pointcast.com)} is probably the best known push system on the Internet at the time of writing. As part of the eternal desire to apply a fun new words to boring old things, "push" is occasionally used to mean nothing more than email {spam}. (1997-04-10)

push media ::: (messaging) A model of media distribution where items of content are sent to the user (viewer, listener, etc.) in a sequence, and at a rate, determined by of a channel which the user selects and which delivers a particular kind of content.Broadcast television is (for the most part) the prototypical example of push media: you turn on the TV set, select a channel and shows and commercials stream out until you turn the set off.By contrast, the World-Wide Web is (mostly) the prototypical example of pull media: each page, each bit of content, comes to the user only if he requests it; put down the keyboard and the mouse, and everything stops.At the time of writing (April 1997), much effort is being put into blurring the line between push media and pull media. Most of this is aimed at bringing more telling people about products they didn't know they wanted is very difficult in a strict pull media model.These emergent forms of push media are generally variations on targeted advertising mixed in with bits of useful content. At home on your computer, the stocks you own. With frequent commercial messages, of course. (Wired, March 1997, page 12). is probably the best known push system on the Internet at the time of writing.As part of the eternal desire to apply a fun new words to boring old things, push is occasionally used to mean nothing more than email spam. (1997-04-10)

QL ::: (computer) (Quantum Leap) Sir Clive Sinclair's first Motorola 68008-based personal computer, developed from around 1981 and released about 1983. The QL It featured innovative microdrives which were random access tape drives. It was not a success.The microdrives were innovative but probably a mistake. Though reliable and quite quick, they sounded like they were going to jam and explode, releasing a shower of plastic shavings and tape into your face.The QL and QDOS only supported two graphics modes - ominously named high res and low res. High res had four (fixed) colours at a resolution of 512 by 256 pixels. channel single oscillator with various parameters for fuzz, pitch change. There was one internal font, scalable to 2 heights and 3 widths.Peripherals and enhancements included a GUI on a plug-in ROM, accelerator cards (Motorola 68020, 4 MB RAM), floppy disks and hard disks.In 1996 there is still some interest in the QL, spread by the Internet of course. Emulation software, source code, The QL Hackers Journal and similar are still available, and many QLs are on the net. . (1996-08-01)

QL "computer" (Quantum Leap) Sir {Clive Sinclair}'s first {Motorola 68008}-based {personal computer}, developed from around 1981 and released about 1983. The QL ran Sinclair's {QDOS} {operating system} which was the first {multitasking} OS on a home computer, though few programmers used this feature. It had a structured, extended {BASIC} and a suite of integrated {application programs} written by {Psion}. It featured innovative "{microdrives}" which were random-access tape drives. It was not a success. The microdrives were innovative but probably a mistake. Though reliable and quite quick, they sounded like they were going to jam and explode, releasing a shower of plastic shavings and tape into your face. The QL and QDOS only supported two graphics modes - ominously named high res and low res. High res had four (fixed) colours at a resolution of 512 by 256 {pixels}. Low res had 8 colours (black, blue, red, magenta, green, cyan, yellow, white) plus a flash mode with 256 by 256 pixels. The sound was next to useless - single channel single oscillator with various parameters for fuzz, pitch change. There was one internal {font}, scalable to 2 heights and 3 widths. Peripherals and enhancements included a {GUI} on a plug-in {ROM}, accelerator cards ({Motorola 68020}, 4 MB RAM), {floppy disks} and {hard disks}. In 1996 there is still some interest in the QL, spread by the Internet of course. {Emulation} software, {source code}, "The QL Hackers Journal" and similar are still available, and many QLs are on the net. {(http://imaginet.fr/~godefroy/english)}. (1996-08-01)

RealAudio ::: (tool, communications) A program from Real Media for playing audio over the Internet, and the lossy audio compression format it uses.The system is implemented as a client/server architecture. The RealAudio server incorporates an encoder which compresses sound into RealAudio files. The client sent from the server to be uncompressed and output using the normal sound facilities of the computer, such as a sound card.A 14.4 KBps or better modem is required, and a 28.8 KBps connection is recommended for music-quality sound. .(2001-12-13)

References to the works of Laurency are given using the same method as is consistently used in the Internet edition of his works; that is, not by pages, but by sections, chapters, and paragraphs. This has been sufficiently explained on the Official

Website of the Henry T. Laurency Publishing Foundation (Introduction to the works of Henry T. Laurency).


Request For Comments "standard" (RFC) One of a series, begun in 1969, of numbered {Internet} informational documents and {standards} widely followed by commercial software and {freeware} in the {Internet} and {Unix} communities. Few RFCs are standards but all Internet standards are recorded in RFCs. Perhaps the single most influential RFC has been {RFC 822}, the Internet {electronic mail} format standard. The RFCs are unusual in that they are floated by technical experts acting on their own initiative and reviewed by the Internet at large, rather than formally promulgated through an institution such as {ANSI}. For this reason, they remain known as RFCs even once adopted as standards. The RFC tradition of pragmatic, experience-driven, after-the-fact standard writing done by individuals or small working groups has important advantages over the more formal, committee-driven process typical of {ANSI} or {ISO}. Emblematic of some of these advantages is the existence of a flourishing tradition of "joke" RFCs; usually at least one a year is published, usually on April 1st. Well-known joke RFCs have included 527 ("ARPAWOCKY", R. Merryman, UCSD; 22 June 1973), 748 ("Telnet Randomly-Lose Option", Mark R. Crispin; 1 April 1978), and 1149 ("A Standard for the Transmission of IP Datagrams on Avian Carriers", D. Waitzman, BBN STC; 1 April 1990). The first was a Lewis Carroll pastiche; the second a parody of the {TCP/IP} documentation style, and the third a deadpan skewering of standards-document legalese, describing protocols for transmitting Internet data packets by carrier pigeon. The RFCs are most remarkable for how well they work - they manage to have neither the ambiguities that are usually rife in informal specifications, nor the committee-perpetrated {misfeatures} that often haunt formal standards, and they define a network that has grown to truly worldwide proportions. {rfc.net (http://rfc.net/)}. {W3 (http://w3.org/hypertext/DataSources/Archives/RFC_sites.html)}. {JANET UK FTP (ftp://nic.ja.net/pub/newsfiles/JIPS/rfc)}. {Imperial College, UK FTP (ftp://src.doc.ic.ac.uk/rfc/)}. {Nexor UK (http://nexor.com/public/rfc/index/rfc.html)}. {Ohio State U (http://cis.ohio-state.edu/hypertext/faq/usenet/top.html)}. See also {For Your Information}, {STD}. (1997-11-10)

Request For Comments ::: (standard) (RFC) One of a series, begun in 1969, of numbered Internet informational documents and standards widely followed by commercial software and Internet standards are recorded in RFCs. Perhaps the single most influential RFC has been RFC 822, the Internet electronic mail format standard.The RFCs are unusual in that they are floated by technical experts acting on their own initiative and reviewed by the Internet at large, rather than formally promulgated through an institution such as ANSI. For this reason, they remain known as RFCs even once adopted as standards.The RFC tradition of pragmatic, experience-driven, after-the-fact standard writing done by individuals or small working groups has important advantages over the more formal, committee-driven process typical of ANSI or ISO.Emblematic of some of these advantages is the existence of a flourishing tradition of joke RFCs; usually at least one a year is published, usually on deadpan skewering of standards-document legalese, describing protocols for transmitting Internet data packets by carrier pigeon.The RFCs are most remarkable for how well they work - they manage to have neither the ambiguities that are usually rife in informal specifications, nor the committee-perpetrated misfeatures that often haunt formal standards, and they define a network that has grown to truly worldwide proportions. . . . .See also For Your Information, STD. (1997-11-10)

Resource Description Framework ::: (World-Wide Web, specification, data) (RDF) A specification being developed in 2000 by the W3C as a foundation for processing meta-data regarding resources on the Internet, including the World-Wide Web.Resource Description Framework data consists of resources (nodes), and property/value pairs describing the resource. A node is any object which can be value for the Author property could be either a string giving the name of the author, or a link to a resource describing the author.Resource Description Framework only specifies a mechanism for encoding and transferring meta-data. It does not specify what that meta-data should, or can screening system modeled after PICS, and a bibliographic vocabulary, such as the Dublin Core Initiative. . .(2000-03-25)

RFC 1436 ::: (networking, standard) The RFC defining the Internet Gopher protocol. . (1995-11-16)

RFC 822 ::: (messaging, standard) The RFC defining the Internet standard format for electronic mail message headers. Also STD 11, evolved from RFC 733. . (1997-03-08)

ripcording ::: (audio) (From ripping and recording) Encoding streaming digital audio from the Internet to an MP3 file or similar. Ripcording is commononly used to copy commercial music from a free stream instead of paying to download.(2006-01-27)

Robert T. Morris ::: The creator of the Internet Worm that wreaked havoc on many Internet systems for a day or two.Morris, the son of an NSA spook, did some jail time for releasing the worm. (1995-01-12)

Routing Information Protocol ::: 1. (networking) (RIP) A distance vector, as opposed to link state, routing protocol. RIP is an Internet standard Interior Gateway Protocol defined in STD 34, RFC 1058 and updated by RFC 1388.See also Open Shortest Path First.2. (networking) (RIP) A companion protocol to IPX for exchange of routing information in a Novell network. RIP has been partly superseded by NLSP. It is not related to the Internet protocol of the same name. (1997-03-04)

RTM 1. [{Usenet}] Read The Manual. Politer variant of {RTFM}. 2. Robert T. Morris Jr. The perpetrator of the great Internet worm of 1988 (see {Great Worm}); villain to many, naive hacker gone wrong to a few. Morris claimed that the worm that brought the Internet to its knees was a benign experiment that got out of control as the result of a coding error. After the storm of negative publicity that followed this blunder, Morris's user name on ITS was hacked from RTM to {RTFM}. [{Jargon File}] (1995-03-31)

Ruminations of a Remembrancer: From the Internet and writings by Lorinda J Taylor:

safe mode ::: (operating system) An alternative way to start Microsoft Windows such that only a minimal set of software components (drivers and background standard low resolution video driver and does not support connection to the Internet.Windows will sometimes restart in safe mode automatically following a crash. All Windows versions except Windows 3.1 can be started in safe mode, usually by holding the Ctrl or F8 key while the computer is restarting. To start Windows NT in safe mode you need to edit C:\boot.ini.Once the problem is fixed you need to restart Windows normally to load all the installed components.(2004-12-31)

sandbox ::: (UK: sandpit)1. (operating system) A protected, limited environment where applications (e.g. Java programs downloaded from the Internet) are allowed to play without risking damage to the rest of the system.2. (jargon) A term for the R&D department at many software and computer companies (where hackers in commercial environments are likely to be found). The term is half-derisive, but reflects the truth that research is a form of creative play.Compare playpen.3. (operating system) link farm.[Jargon File](2001-02-08)

search engine ::: (World-Wide Web, tool, information science) A remotely accessible program that lets you do keyword searches for information on the Internet. There are several types of search engine; the search may cover titles of documents, URLs, headers, or the full text. , Centre Universitaire d'Informatique at the University of Geneva (1995-11-28)

Secure Sockets Layer ::: (networking) (SSL) A protocol designed by Netscape Communications Corporation to provide encrypted communications on the Internet. SSL is layered and is layered above the connection protocol TCP/IP. It is used by the HTTPS access method. (1995-01-17)

Serial Line Internet Protocol ::: (communications, protocol) (SLIP) Software allowing the Internet Protocol (IP), normally used on Ethernet, to be used over a serial line, e.g. an EIA-232 serial port connected to a modem. It is defined in RFC 1055.SLIP modifies a standard Internet datagram by appending a special SLIP END character to it, which allows datagrams to be distinguished as separate. SLIP high-layer protocols for this. Over a particularly error-prone dial-up link therefore, SLIP on its own would not be satisfactory.A SLIP connection needs to have its IP address configuration set each time before it is established whereas Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) can determine it automatically once it has started.See also SLiRP. (1995-04-30)

server ::: 1. A program which provides some service to other (client) programs. The connection between client and server is normally by means of message passing, for requests to arrive or it may be invoked by some higher level daemon which controls a number of specific servers (inetd on Unix).There are many servers associated with the Internet, such as those for HTTP, Network File System, Network Information Service (NIS), Domain Name System (DNS), FTP, news, finger, Network Time Protocol. On Unix, a long list can be found in /etc/services or in the NIS database services. See client-server.2. A computer which provides some service for other computers connected to it via a network. The most common example is a file server which has a local disk often using Sun's Network File System (NFS) protocol or Novell Netware on PCs. Another common example is a web server.[Jargon File](2003-12-29)

Server Message Block ::: (protocol) (SMB) A client/server protocol that provides file and printer sharing between computers. In addition SMB can share serial ports and communications abstractions such as named pipes and mail slots. SMB is similar to remote procedure call (RPC) specialised for file system access.SMB was developed by Intel, Microsoft, and IBM in the early 1980s. It has also had input from Xerox and 3Com. It is the native method of file and print sharing servers. SMB is also used by OS/2, Lan Manager and Banyan Vines. There are SMB servers and clients for Unix, for example Samba and smbclient.SMB is a presentation layer protocol structured as a large set of commands (Server Message Blocks). There are commands to support file sharing, printer functions. As clients and servers may implement different versions (dialects) of the protocol they negotiate before starting a session.The redirector packages SMB requests into a network control block (NBC) structure that can be sent across the network to a remote device.SMB originally ran on top of the lower level protocols NetBEUI and NetBIOS, but now typically runs over TCP/IP.Microsoft have developed an extended version of SMB for the Internet, the Common Internet File System (CIFS), which in most cases replaces SMB. CIFS runs only runs over TCP/IP. . . . (1999-08-08)

server-side ::: (World-Wide Web) Processing or content generation that is done on the web server or other server, as opposed to on the client computer where the web browser is running.An example is server-side include where one file is inserted in another before it is served, rather than, say, having the browser request the files separately and combine them using an iframe. A very common kind of server-side processing is the inclusion of data from a database in a web page.There are many software environments and technologies designed for server-side processing, e.g. CGI, ISAPI, WebObjects and ASP.The greatest advantage of server-side processing is that it is independent of the many different client software environments that exist on the Internet, interaction than is possible with client-side processing using, e.g., JavaScript.(2003-12-29)

Simple Network Management Protocol ::: (protocol) (SNMP) The Internet standard protocol, defined in STD 15, RFC 1157, developed to manage nodes on an IP network. SNMP is not limited to TCP/IP. It can be used to manage and monitor all sorts of equipment including computers, routers, wiring hubs, toasters and jukeboxes.See also Management Information Base, Simple Network Management Protocol version 2. (1995-02-15)

Simple Network Paging Protocol ::: (protocol) (SNPP) A standard for sending one- and two-way wireless messages to pagers. In its simplest form, SNPP provides a simple way to make a link between the Internet and a Telocator Alphanumeric input Protocol (TAP) paging terminal. SNPP is defined in RFC 1861. (1997-04-25)

Slingshot ::: (networking, business, tool, product, protocol) CSK Software's real time financial server for the Internet.Slingshot allows the delivery of real time market data across the Internet and private intranets quickly, cheaply and securely. The first beta-test version was application and thus combined with static text, database queries and even audio and video objects, to create services.The Slingshot protocol enables the delivery of other forms of real time data over the Internet, thus making Slingshot useful in industries as varied as manufacturing, betting, telemetry, weather, transport and medicine.Version 2's improved protocol minimises the required bandwidth and can go through firewalls, proxies, and virus scanners, making Slingshot real-time data accessible everywhere where normal web access is possible.(2003-05-13)

Slingshot "networking, business, tool, product, protocol" {CSK Software}'s {real time} financial server for the {Internet}. Slingshot allows the delivery of real time market data across the {Internet} and private {intranets} quickly, cheaply and securely. The first beta-test version was released free to the Internet on 6 August 1996. Slingshot allows any financial institution, regardless of size, to publish their rates and associated information to a global audience using standard Internet protocols and software. The {real-time} data can be seamlessly integrated into any standard {web} application and thus combined with static text, database queries and even audio and video objects, to create services. The Slingshot protocol enables the delivery of other forms of real time data over the Internet, thus making Slingshot useful in industries as varied as manufacturing, betting, telemetry, weather, transport and medicine. Version 2's improved protocol minimises the required {bandwidth} and can go through {firewalls}, {proxies}, and {virus scanners}, making Slingshot real-time data accessible everywhere where normal web access is possible. (2003-05-13)

snert ::: (abuse) A derogatory term commonly used on the Internet ECHO BBS, echonyc.com, meaning to make overtures of a sexual nature. It implies terminal cluelessness. (1995-03-01)

Software Description Database ::: (networking) Archie's database of names and short descriptions of many of the software packages, documents (like RFCs and educational material), and data files that are available via the Internet. (1995-11-12)

Software in the Public Interest, Inc. ::: (company) (SPI) A non-profit corporation which helps organisations develop and distribute open hardware and open software. SPI's goals are:* to create, form and establish an organization to formulate and provide software systems for use by the general public without charge;* to teach and train individuals regarding the use and application of such systems;* to hold classes, seminars and workshops concerning the proper use and application of computers and computer systems;* to endeavor to monitor and improve the quality of currently existing publicly available software;* to support, encourage and promote the creation and development of software available to the general public;* to provide information and education regarding the proper use of the Internet;* to organize, hold and conduct meetings, discussions and forums on contemporary issues concerning the use of computers and computer software;* to foster, promote and increase access to software systems available to the general public;* to solicit, collect and otherwise raise money and to expend such funds in furtherance of the goals and activities of the corporation;* to aid, assist, cooperate, co-sponsor and otherwise engage in concerted action with private, educational and governmental organisations and associations on all issues and matters concerning the use of computers and computer software and;* generally to endeavor to promote, foster and advance interest in computers and computer software by all available means and methods.SPI currently supports Berlin, Debian, GNOME, LSB, Open Source. .(2002-04-14)

Software in the Public Interest, Inc. "company" (SPI) A non-profit corporation which helps organisations develop and distribute {open hardware} and {open software}. SPI's goals are: * to create, form and establish an organization to formulate and provide software systems for use by the general public without charge; * to teach and train individuals regarding the use and application of such systems; * to hold classes, seminars and workshops concerning the proper use and application of computers and computer systems; * to endeavor to monitor and improve the quality of currently existing publicly available software; * to support, encourage and promote the creation and development of software available to the general public; * to provide information and education regarding the proper use of the Internet; * to organize, hold and conduct meetings, discussions and forums on contemporary issues concerning the use of computers and computer software; * to foster, promote and increase access to software systems available to the general public; * to solicit, collect and otherwise raise money and to expend such funds in furtherance of the goals and activities of the corporation; * to aid, assist, cooperate, co-sponsor and otherwise engage in concerted action with private, educational and governmental organisations and associations on all issues and matters concerning the use of computers and computer software and; * generally to endeavor to promote, foster and advance interest in computers and computer software by all available means and methods. SPI currently supports {Berlin}, {Debian}, {GNOME}, {LSB}, {Open Source}. {SPI Home (http://spi-inc.org/)}. (2002-04-14)

spyware ::: (software) (Or adware) Any type of software that transmits information without the user's knowledge.Information is sent via the Internet to a server somewhere, normally as a hidden side effect of using a program. Gathering this information may benefit the user collected for advertising purposes or, worst of all, to steal security information such as passwords to online accounts or credit card details.Spyware may be installed along with other software or as the result of a virus infection. There are many tools available to locate and remove various forms of spyware from a computer.Some HTTP cookies could be considered as spyware as their use is generally not made explicit to users. It is however possible to disallow them, either totally or individually, and some are actually useful, e.g. recording the fact that a user has logged in. .(2004-05-23)

STD 1 ::: (standard) The Internet Architecture Board official list of Internet standards.[Postel, J., IAB Official Protocol Standards, STD 1, RFC 1360, Internet Architecture Board, September 1992]. (1995-02-07)

streaming ::: (communications) Playing sound or video in real time as it is downloaded over the Internet as opposed to storing it in a local file first. A plug-in to a a helper application. Streaming requires a fast connection and a computer powerful enough to execute the decompression algorithm in real time. (1996-11-06)

super source quench ::: A special packet designed to shut up an Internet host. The Internet Protocol (IP) has a control message called Source Quench that asks a host to transmit to send all packets to its own local loopback address. This will effectively tie many Internet hosts up in knots. Compare godzillagram, breath-of-life packet.[Jargon File]

surfing ::: (Internet surfing) Used by analogy to describe the ease with which an expert user can use the waves of information flowing around the Internet to get where became more widespread and tools such as World-Wide Web browsers made its use simpler and more pleasant. (1995-01-05)

tar ::: (file format) (Tape ARchive, following ar) Unix's general purpose archive utility and the file format it uses. Tar was originally intended for use tape, it is now used more often for packaging files together on other media, e.g. for distribution via the Internet.The resulting archive, a tar file (humourously, tarball) is often compressed, using gzip or some other form of compression (see tar and feather).There is a GNU version of tar called gnutar with several improvements over the standard versions.Filename extension: .tarMIME type: unregistered, but commonly application/x-tarUnix manual page: tar(1).Compare shar, zip. (1998-05-02)

TELNET ::: /tel'net/ 1. The Internet standard protocol for remote login. Runs on top of TCP/IP. Defined in STD 8, RFC 854 and extended with options by many other RFCs. and acts as a terminal emulator for the remote login session. Sometimes abbreviated to TN. TOPS-10 had a similar program called IMPCOM.2. The US nationwide network into which one dials to access CompuServe. It was created by John Goltz, one of the founders and system guru of CompuServe. He later worked for Tymshare, one of CompuServe's big competitors.[Jargon File](2004-09-14)

Terminal Access Controller ::: (hardware, networking) (TAC) A device which connects terminals to the Internet, usually using dial-up modem connections and the TACACS protocol. (1997-11-27)

The Internet Account ::: An Internet provider in Sydney, Australia who provides SLIP, PPP and CLI accounts for the same rates. handles Acorn software. . .E-mail: .Telephone: +61 (2) 968 4333. Fax: +61 (2) 968 4334.Address: PO BOX 473, Crows Nest, NSE 2065, Australia. (1995-02-02)

The Internet Account An {Internet} provider in Sydney, Australia who provides {SLIP}, {PPP} and {CLI} accounts for the same rates. "riscman@geko.com.au" handles {Acorn} software. {(http://geko.com.au/)}. {(ftp://ftp.geko.com.au/pub/)}. E-mail: "accounts@geko.com.au". Telephone: +61 (2) 968 4333. Fax: +61 (2) 968 4334. Address: PO BOX 473, Crows Nest, NSE 2065, Australia. (1995-02-02)

TIA ::: 1. (chat) Thanks in advance.2. (body) Telecommunications Industry Association.3. (software) The Internet Adapter.4. (graphics, hardware) Television Interface Adaptor. (1999-12-06)

Tim Berners-Lee ::: (person) The man who invented the World-Wide Web while working at the Center for European Particle Research (CERN). Now Director of the World-Wide Web Consortium.Tim Berners-Lee graduated from the Queen's College at Oxford University, England, 1976. Whilst there he built his first computer with a soldering iron, TTL gates, an M6800 processor and an old television.He then went on to work for Plessey Telecommunications, and D.G. Nash Ltd (where he wrote software for intelligent printers and a multi-tasking operating which was never published, but formed the conceptual basis for today's World-Wide Web.In 1984, he took up a fellowship at CERN, and in 1989, he wrote the first World-Wide Web server, httpd, and the first client, WorldWideWeb a hypertext made available within CERN in December, and on the Internet as a whole in the summer of 1991.In 1994, Tim joined the Laboratory for Computer Science (LCS) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). In 1999, he became the first holder of the 3Com Founders chair. He is also the author of Weaving the Web, on the past present and future of the Web.In 2001, Tim was made a fellow of The Royal Society.Tim is married to Nancy Carlson. They have two children, born 1991 and 1994. .(2001-06-17)

Time to Live ::: (TTL) A field in the Internet Protocol header which indicates how many more hops this packet should be allowed to make before being discarded or returned. (1994-12-12)

top-level domain "networking" The last and most significant component of an {Internet} {fully qualified domain name}, the part after the last ".". For example, {host} wombat.doc.ic.ac.uk is in top-level domain "uk" (for United Kingdom). Every other country has its own top-level domain, including ".us" for the U.S.A. Within the .us domain, there are subdomains for the fifty states, each generally with a name identical to the state's postal abbreviation. These are rarely used however. Within the .uk domain, there is a .ac.uk subdomain for academic sites and a .co.uk domain for commercial ones. Other top-level domains may be divided up in similar ways. In the US and some other countries, the following top-level domains are used much more widely than the country code: .com - commercial bodies .edu - educational institutions .gov - U. S. government .mil - U. S. armed services .net - network operators .org - other organisations Since the rapid commercialisation of the Internet in the 1990s the ".com" domain has become particularly heavily populated with every company trying to register its company name as a subdomain of .com, e.g. "netscape.com" so as to make it easy for customers to guess or remember the {URL} of the comany's {home page}. United Nations entities use the domain names of the countries where they are located. The UN headquarters facility in New York City, for example, is un.org. Several new top-level domains are about to be added (Oct 1997): .nom - individual people .rec - recreational organisations .firm - businesses such as law, accounting, engineering .store - commercial retail companies .ent - entertainment facilities and organisations (1997-10-08)

Transmission Control Protocol ::: (networking, protocol) (TCP) The most common transport layer protocol used on Ethernet and the Internet. It was developed by DARPA.TCP is the connection-oriented protocol built on top of Internet Protocol (IP) and is nearly always seen in the combination TCP/IP (TCP over IP). It adds reliable communication and flow-control and provides full-duplex, process-to-process connections.TCP is defined in STD 7 and RFC 793.User Datagram Protocol is the other, connectionless, protocol that runs on top of IP.(2001-06-14)

Transport Layer Security protocol ::: (networking, protocol) (TLS) A protocol designed to allow client/server applications to communicate over the Internet without eavesdropping, tampering, or message forgery.TLS is defined in RFC 2246.(2003-10-03)

tunnelling ::: (networking) (US: tunneling) Encapsulation of protocol A within protocol B, such that A treats B as though it were a data link layer. Tunnelling is used to get data between administrative domains which use a protocol that is not supported by the internet connecting those domains. (1997-03-26)

U-NET Limited A {dial-up} {Internet} access provider based in Warrington, UK. Speeds 4800 - 28.8kbps. The currently support {Microsoft Windows} and {RISC OS} users. For 12 pounds to join and 12 pounds per month or 100 pounds per year you get a full {SLIP} account with a pernament {IP address} and {POP3} {electronic mail} account. Membership includes a disk with {Mosaic}, {Eudora}, {Trumpet2}, Newsreader, {FTP} and {Telnet} and full {Internet} access. Users can choose their own {user name} and {hostname}. Allows some extra services such as more than one POP3 account per access account. User name is significant so that a company can have accounts with the same hostname (i.e. their company name) but the mail going to diffent machines. Mail in users POP3 account is accessible from anywhere not just via the dial-up connection. On your next business trip you can still check your {e-mail} (provided you can get onto the Internet). {(http://u-net.com/)}. E-mail: "hi@u-net.com". (1994-11-18)

U-NET Limited ::: A dial-up Internet access provider based in Warrington, UK. Speeds 4800 - 28.8kbps. The currently support Microsoft Windows and RISC OS users. For 12 the dial-up connection. On your next business trip you can still check your e-mail (provided you can get onto the Internet). .E-mail: . (1994-11-18)

Uniform Resource Locator ::: (World-Wide Web) (URL, previously Universal) A standard way of specifying the location of an object, typically a web page, on the Internet. hyperlink which is often another HTML document (possibly stored on another computer).Here are some example URLs: http://www.w3.org/default.htmlhttp://www.acme.co.uk:8080/images/map.gif host. Other less commonly used schemes include news, telnet or mailto (e-mail).The part after the colon is interpreted according to the access scheme. In general, two slashes after the colon introduce a hostname (host:port is also valid, or for FTP user: or ). The port number is usually omitted and defaults to the standard port for the scheme, e.g. port 80 for HTTP.For an HTTP or FTP URL the next part is a pathname which is usually related to the pathname of a file on the server. The file can contain any type of data but recognised directly by the browser may be passed to an external viewer application, e.g. a sound player.The last (optional) part of the URL may be a query string preceded by ? or a fragment identifier preceded by

Universal Resource Identifier ::: (World-Wide Web) (URI, originally UDI in some WWW documents) The generic set of all names and addresses which are short strings which refer to objects (typically on the Internet). The most common kinds of URI are URLs and relative URLs.URIs are defined in RFC 1630. . (1997-07-16)

Unix brain damage ::: Something that has to be done to break a network program (typically a mailer) on a non-Unix system so that it will interoperate with Unix systems. The hack may non-conforming behaviour than it is to change all the hundreds of thousands of Unix systems out there.An example of Unix brain damage is a kluge in a mail server to recognise bare line feed (the Unix newline) as an equivalent form to the Internet standard newline, which is a carriage return followed by a line feed. Such things can make even a hardened jock weep.[Jargon File]

Unix brain damage Something that has to be done to break a network program (typically a mailer) on a non-{Unix} system so that it will interoperate with Unix systems. The hack may qualify as "Unix brain damage" if the program conforms to published {standards} and the {Unix} program in question does not. Unix brain damage happens because it is much easier for other (minority) systems to change their ways to match non-conforming behaviour than it is to change all the hundreds of thousands of Unix systems out there. An example of Unix brain damage is a {kluge} in a mail server to recognise bare line feed (the Unix newline) as an equivalent form to the Internet standard newline, which is a carriage return followed by a line feed. Such things can make even a hardened {jock} weep. [{Jargon File}]

Upper Layer Protocol ::: (protocol) 1. (ULP, or upper-layer protocol) Any protocol residing in OSI layers five or above.The Internet protocol suite includes many upper layer protocols representing a wide variety of applications e.g. FTP, NFS, RPC, and SMTP. These and other network applications use the services of TCP/IP and other lower layer protocols to provide users with basic network services.2. A protocol higher in the OSI reference model than the current reference point. Upper Layer Protocol is often used to refer to the next-highest protocol in a particular protocol stack. (1999-02-17)

upstream ::: (networking) Fewer network hops away from a backbone or hub. For example, a small ISP that connects to the Internet through a larger ISP that has their own connection to the backbone is downstream from the larger ISP, and the larger ISP is upstream from the smaller ISP. (1999-08-05)

Usenet "messaging" /yoos'net/ or /yooz'net/ (Or "Usenet news", from "Users' Network") A distributed {bulletin board} system and the people who post and read articles thereon. Originally implemented in 1979 - 1980 by Steve Bellovin, Jim Ellis, Tom Truscott and Steve Daniel at Duke University, and supported mainly by {Unix} machines, it swiftly grew to become international in scope and, before the advent of the {web}, probably the largest decentralised information utility in existence. Usenet encompassed government agencies, universities, high schools, businesses of all sizes and home computers of all descriptions. As of early 1993, it hosted over 1200 {newsgroups} ("groups" for short) and an average of 40 megabytes (the equivalent of several thousand paper pages) of new technical articles, news, discussion, chatter, and {flamage} every day. By November 1999, the number of groups had grown to over 37,000. To join in, you need a {Usenet provider (https://www.usenetstorm.com)}. Originally you needed a {news reader} program but there are now several web gateways, cheifly {Google Groups (http://groups.google.com/)} (originally {Deja News}). Some {web browsers} used to include news readers and {URLs} beginning "news:" referred to Usenet newsgroups. {Network News Transfer Protocol} is a {protocol} used to transfer news articles between a news {server} and a {news reader}. In the beginning, not all Usenet hosts were on the Internet. The {uucp} {protocol} was sometimes used to transfer articles between servers, though this became increasingly rare with the spread of the {Internet}. [Gene Spafford "spaf@cs.purdue.edu", "What is Usenet?", regular posting to {news:news.announce.newusers}]. (2017-09-26)

Usenet ::: (messaging) /yoos'net/ or /yooz'net/ (Or Usenet news, from Users' Network) A distributed bulletin board system and the people who post and read the advent of the World-Wide Web, probably the largest decentralised information utility in existence.Usenet encompasses government agencies, universities, high schools, businesses of all sizes, and home computers of all descriptions. In the beginning, not all chatter, and flamage every day. By November 1999, the number of groups had grown to over 37,000.To join in you originally needed a news reader program but there are now several web gateways such as . Several web browsers include news readers and URLs beginning news: refer to Usenet newsgroups.Network News Transfer Protocol is a protocol used to transfer news articles between a news server and a news reader. The uucp protocol was sometimes used to transfer articles between servers, though this is probably rare now that most sites are on the Internet.Stanford University runs a service to send news articles by electronic mail. Send electronic mail to with help in the message body. [Still? URL?] . .[Gene Spafford (1999-12-17)

vanity domain ::: (networking) A domain you register for the sole purpose of having your own domain so you can have an easily remembered URL and e-mail address. The domain is usually served (often vhosted) off someone else's machines.This is as opposed to a domain you register because you have machines of your own which are already on the Internet and which you want to make addressable via something other than dot addresses.Whereas vanity domains were almost unheard-of in 1980s, since the invention and popularisation of the Web in the mid-1990s and the desire for URLs which consist movies to car wax, vanity domains have come to be the rule instead of the exception. (1997-09-11)

vanity domain "networking" A {domain} you register for the sole purpose of having your own domain so you can have an easily remembered {URL} and {e-mail} address. The domain is usually served (often {vhost}ed) off someone else's machines. This is as opposed to a domain you register because you have machines of your own which are already on the Internet and which you want to make addressable via something other than {dot address}es. Whereas vanity domains were almost unheard-of in 1980s, since the invention and popularisation of the {Web} in the mid-1990s and the desire for {URLs} which consist only of memorable domain names (e.g., "http://pbs.org") for everything from movies to car wax, vanity domains have come to be the rule instead of the exception. (1997-09-11)

Vint Cerf ::: (person) (Vinton G. Cerf) The co-inventor with Bob Kahn of the Internet and its base protocol, TCP/IP. Like Jon Postel, he was crucial in the development of many higher-level protocols, and has written several dozen RFCs since the late 1960s.Vinton Cerf is senior vice president of Internet Architecture and Technology for MCI WorldCom. His team of architects and engineers design advanced Internet frameworks for delivering a combination of data, information, voice and video services for business and consumer use.In December 1997, President Clinton presented the U.S. National Medal of Technology to Cerf and his partner, Robert E. Kahn, for founding and developing the Internet.Prior to rejoining MCI in 1994, Cerf was vice president of the Corporation for National Research Initiatives (CNRI). As vice president of MCI Digital Information Services from 1982-1986, he led the engineering of MCI Mail, the first commercial e-mail service to be connected to the Internet.During his tenure from 1976-1982 with the U.S. Department of Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), Cerf played a key role leading the development of Internet and Internet-related data packet and security technologies.Cerf served as founding president of the Internet Society from 1992-1995 and is currently chairman of the Board. Cerf is a member of the U.S. Presidential Information Technology Advisory Committee (PITAC) and the Advisory Committee for Telecommunications (ACT) in Ireland.Cerf is a recipient of numerous awards and commendations in connection with his work on the Internet. In December 1994, People magazine identified Cerf as one of that year's 25 Most Intriguing People.In addition to his work on behalf of MCI and the Internet, Cerf serves as technical advisor to production for Gene Roddenberry's Earth: Final Conflict, visiting scientist at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory where he is working on the design of an interplanetary Internet.Cerf holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics from Stanford University and Master of Science and Ph.D. degrees in Computer Science from UCLA. He also Zurich; Lulea University of Technology, Sweden; University of the Balearic Islands, Palma; Capitol College and Gettysburg College. . (1999-02-25)

Vint Cerf "person" (Vinton G. Cerf) The co-inventor with {Bob Kahn} of the {Internet} and its base {protocol}, {TCP/IP}. Like {Jon Postel}, he was crucial in the development of many higher-level protocols, and has written several dozen {RFCs} since the late 1960s. Vinton Cerf is senior vice president of Internet Architecture and Technology for {MCI WorldCom}. His team of architects and engineers design advanced Internet frameworks for delivering a combination of data, information, voice and video services for business and consumer use. In December 1997, President Clinton presented the U.S. National Medal of Technology to Cerf and his partner, Robert E. Kahn, for founding and developing the Internet. Prior to rejoining MCI in 1994, Cerf was vice president of the Corporation for National Research Initiatives (CNRI). As vice president of MCI Digital Information Services from 1982-1986, he led the engineering of {MCI Mail}, the first commercial e-mail service to be connected to the Internet. During his tenure from 1976-1982 with the U.S. Department of {Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency} (DARPA), Cerf played a key role leading the development of Internet and Internet-related data packet and security technologies. Cerf served as founding president of the {Internet Society} from 1992-1995 and is currently chairman of the Board. Cerf is a member of the U.S. Presidential Information Technology Advisory Committee (PITAC) and the Advisory Committee for Telecommunications (ACT) in Ireland. Cerf is a recipient of numerous awards and commendations in connection with his work on the Internet. In December 1994, People magazine identified Cerf as one of that year's "25 Most Intriguing People." In addition to his work on behalf of MCI and the Internet, Cerf serves as technical advisor to production for "Gene Roddenberry's Earth: Final Conflict," the number one television show in first-run syndication. He also made a special guest appearance in May 1998. Cerf also holds an appointment as distinguished visiting scientist at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory where he is working on the design of an interplanetary Internet. Cerf holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics from Stanford University and Master of Science and Ph.D. degrees in Computer Science from UCLA. He also holds honorary Doctorate degrees from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich; Lulea University of Technology, Sweden; University of the Balearic Islands, Palma; Capitol College and Gettysburg College. {(http://mci.com/cerfsup/)}. (1999-02-25)

Virtual_currency:: is a type of digital currency that is only available in electronic form and not in physical form. It is stored and transacted in only through designated software, mobile or computer applications, or through dedicated digital wallets, and the transactions occur over the Internet or over secure dedicated networks. Virtual currency is considered to be a subset of the digital currency group, which also includes cryptocurrencies.

virtual host ::: (networking) Most computers on the Internet have a single Internet address; however, often via special kernel patches, a given computer can be made World-Wide Web or other services for several of their customers on one computer but giving the appearence that they are separate servers. (1997-09-11)

virtual point of presence (virtual PoP) A point, via which users can connect to an {Internet access provider}, which is not operated by the provider. The user is charged by the telephone company for the call to the virtual point of presence which relays his call via some third party circuit to the Internet provider's central location. This is in contrast to a physical {point of presence} (PoP) which is operated by the Internet provider themselves. The advantage of a virtual PoP is that the provider can keep all their {modems} in one location, thus improving availability and maintenance, but users do not have to pay long-distance call charges to that point. (1994-12-13)

Voice over IP ::: (communications) (VoIP) Any technology providing voice telephony services over IP, including CODECs, streaming protocols and session control. The major advantage of VoIP is lower cost, by avoiding dedicated voice circuits.Currently VoIP is being deployed on internal corporate networks, and, via the Internet, for low cost (and low quality) international calls. It is also used for telephony applications such as voice and fax mail.The ITU standard is H.323, which is a whole suite of protocols, while the IETF has developed the much simpler SIP to solve the session control problem and MGCP/Megaco to solve the gateway problem.(2003-11-30)

warez ::: /weirz/ A term used by software pirates use to describe a cracked game or application that is made available to the Internet, usually via FTP or telnet, often the pirate will make use of a site with lax security.Software piracy is illegal and should be reported to the Federation Against Software Theft (FAST). (1994-11-29)

WaZOO ::: (protocol) Warp-zillion Opus-to-Opus. Fidonet's session layer protocol. Although it mentions Opus (a specific BBS from the 1980s), WaZOO is the session other mechanisms (e.g., FTP), it is sometimes used for automated or batch communications in other parts of the Internet. . (1995-11-16)

webcam ::: (World-Wide Web, hardware, video) (World-Wide Web camera) Any video camera whose output is available for viewing via the Internet or an intranet. made available on a web page. In 1999 there are hundreds of webcams in operation around the world showing everything from bedrooms to traffic.[List?] (1999-01-11)

webcasting ::: (multimedia, World-Wide Web) (From World-Wide Web and broadcast, sometimes just called push) Multicasting on the Internet. Webcasting implies the browser by individual users and may take arbitrarily long to deliver a complete document.Pointcast and Marimba were early pioneers. .(2003-07-08)

WebCrawler ::: (World-Wide Web) A free World-Wide Web search engine developed by Brian Pinkerton at the University of Washington and now moved to America Online, Inc. WebCrawler collects URLs by searching the Internet and allows users to perform keyword searches through a World-Wide Web browser. . (1995-11-28)

website ::: (World-Wide Web) (Or website) Any computer on the Internet running a World-Wide Web server process. A particular website is usually identified by the hostname part of a URL. Multiple hostnames may actually map to the same computer in which case they are known as virtual servers.(2005-07-12)

Wesley Clark ::: (person) One of the designers of the Laboratory Instrument Computer at MIT who subsequently had a quiet hand in many seminal computing events, such as the development of the Internet, the first really good description of the metastability problem in computer logic. . (1999-03-29)

White pages ::: A directory service for locating individuals by name (by analogy with the telephone directory). The Internet supports several databases that contain basic and postal addresses. These databases can be searched to get information about particular individuals. See Knowbot, Netfind, whois, X.500, finger.

Windows 98 ::: (operating system) Microsoft's 1998 update to Windows 95 that adds:* Hardware support for Universal Serial Bus (USB).* Internet Connection Sharing (IGC) - multiple PCs share a single connection to the Internet.* Microsoft WebTV for Windows - watch TV on your PC.* Support for new graphic, sound, and multimedia formats.* Internet Explorer release 5.* Windows 98 Service Pack - year 2000 updates.Windows 98 was followed logically by Windows ME but chronologically by Windows 2000 Professional Edition. .(2002-01-19)

Windows 98 "operating system" {Microsoft}'s 1998 update to {Windows 95} that adds: * Hardware support for {Universal Serial Bus} (USB). * Internet Connection Sharing (IGC) - multiple PCs share a single connection to the Internet. * Microsoft {WebTV} for Windows - watch TV on your PC. * Support for new graphic, sound, and multimedia formats. * {Internet Explorer} release 5. * Windows 98 {Service Pack} - {year 2000} updates. Windows 98 was followed logically by {Windows ME} but chronologically by {Windows 2000 Professional Edition}. {(http://microsoft.com/windows98)}. (2002-01-19)

wombat.doc.ic.ac.uk ::: (computer) (Named after the Australian marsupial, vombatus ursinus). The Internet host from which this dictionary was originally served. Internet address Department, Imperial College, London. Replaced by foldoc.doc.ic.ac.uk (a Linux box}) in June 1999. Alias foldoc.org added 2000-07-18, courtesy of Karl O. Pinc.(2000-10-09)

World Wide Web Consortium ::: (World-Wide Web, body) (W3C) The main standards body for the World-Wide Web. W3C works with the global community to establish international standards for client and server protocols that enable on-line commerce and communications on the Internet. It also produces reference software.W3C was created by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) on 25 October 1994. Netscape Communications Corporation was a founding member. The Consortium available to all. The director is Tim Berners-Lee who invented the World-Wide Web at the Center for European Particle Research (CERN). . (1996-11-03)

World-Wide Web "web, networking, hypertext" (WWW, W3, the web) A {client-server} {hypertext} distributed information retrieval system, often referred to as "The Internet" though strictly speaking, the Internet is the network and the web is just one use of the network (others being {e-mail}, {DNS}, {SSH}). Basically, the web consists of documents or {web pages} in {HTML} format (a kind of {hypertext}), each of which has a unique {URL} or "web address". {Links} in a page are URLs of other pages which may be part of the same {website} or a page on another site on a different {web server} anywhere on the {Internet}. As well as HTML pages, a URL may refer to an image, some code ({JavaScript} or {Java}), {CSS}, a {video} stream or other kinds of object. URLs typically start with "http://", indicating that the page needs to be fetched using the {HTTP} {protocol} or or "https://" for the {HTTPS} protocol which {encrypts} the request and the resulting page for security. The URL "scheme" (the bit before the ":") indicates the protocol to use. These include {FTP}, the original protocol for transferring files over the Internet. {RTSP} is a {streaming protocol} that allow a continuous feed of {audio} or {video} from the server to the browser. {Gopher} was a predecessor of HTTP and {Telnet} starts an {interactive} {command-line} session with a remote server. The web is accessed using a {client} program known as a {web browser} that runs on the user's computer. The browser fetches and displays pages and allows the user to follow {links} by clicking on them (or similar action) and to input queries to the server. A variety of browsers are freely available, e.g. {Google Chrome}, {Microsoft} {Internet Explorer}, {Apple} {Safari} and {Mozilla} {Firefox}. Early browsers included {NCSA} {Mosaic} and {Netscape} {Navigator}. Queries can be entered into "forms" which allow the user to enter arbitrary text and select options from customisable menus and other controls. The server processes each request - either a simple URL or data from a form - and returns a response, typically a page of HTML. The World-Wide Web originated from the {CERN} High-Energy Physics laboratories in Geneva, Switzerland. In the early 1990s, the developers at CERN spread word of the Web's capabilities to scientific and academic audiences worldwide. By September 1993, the share of Web traffic traversing the {NSFNET} {Internet} {backbone} reached 75 {gigabytes} per month or one percent. By July 1994 it was one {terabyte} per month. The {World Wide Web Consortium} is the main standards body for the web. Following the widespread availability of web browsers and servers from about 1995, organisations started using the same software and protocols on their own private internal {TCP/IP} networks giving rise to the term "{intranet}". {This dictionary} is accessible via the Web at {(http://foldoc.org/)}. {An article by John December (http://sunsite.unc.edu/cmc/mag/1994/oct/webip.html)}. {W3 servers, clients and tools (http://w3.org/Status.html)}. (2017-11-01)

World-Wide Web ::: (World-Wide Web, networking, hypertext) (WWW, W3, The Web) An Internet client-server hypertext distributed information retrieval system which originated from the CERN High-Energy Physics laboratories in Geneva, Switzerland.An extensive user community has developed on the Web since its public introduction in 1991. In the early 1990s, the developers at CERN spread word of share of Web traffic traversing the NSFNET Internet backbone reached 75 gigabytes per month or one percent. By July 1994 it was one terabyte per month.On the WWW everything (documents, menus, indices) is represented to the user as a hypertext object in HTML format. Hypertext links refer to other documents by Gopher, Telnet or news, as well as those available via the http protocol used to transfer hypertext documents.The client program (known as a browser), e.g. NCSA Mosaic, Netscape Navigator, runs on the user's computer and provides two basic navigation operations: to follow a link or to send a query to a server. A variety of client and server software is freely available.Most clients and servers also support forms which allow the user to enter arbitrary text as well as selecting options from customisable menus and on/off switches.Following the widespread availability of web browsers and servers, many companies from about 1995 realised they could use the same software and protocols on their own private internal TCP/IP networks giving rise to the term intranet.If you don't have a WWW browser, but you are on the Internet, you can access the Web using the command: telnet www.w3.org (Internet address 128.141.201.74) but it's much better if you install a browser on your own computer.The World Wide Web Consortium is the main standards body for the web. . . .Mailing list: .Usenet newsgroups: comp.infosystems.www.misc, comp.infosystems.www.providers, comp.infosystems.www.users, comp.infosystems.announce.The best way to access this dictionary is via the Web since you will get the latest version and be able to follow cross-references easily. If you are reading a plain text version of this dictionary then you will see lots of curly brackets and strings like {(http://hostname/here/there/page.html)}. These are transformed into hypertext links when you access it via the Web.See also Java, webhead. (1996-10-28)

World wide web (WWW) – Refers to the internet system for worldwide hyper­text linking of multimedia documents, making the relationship of information that is common between documents easily accessible and completely independent of physical location.

XBRL - eXtensible Business Reporting Language. It is one of a family of "XML" languages which is a means of communicating information between businesses and on the internet.

Zen [Kehoe, B., "Zen and the Art of the Internet", February 1992.] [{Jargon File}]

zxnrbl "jargon" /sner'b*l/ Incorrect data introduced by transmission errors; any corrupted or uninterpretable data. The word originated in a 1978 advertisement for a Mockingboard, which "makes frogs croak, princesses shriek, and martians zxnrbl." "It's not misspelled on the original page. The Internet must have zxnrbled it on the way to you." (1997-03-16)

zxnrbl ::: (jargon) /sner'b*l/ Incorrect data introduced by transmission errors; any corrupted or uninterpretable data.The word originated in a 1978 advertisement for a Mockingboard, which makes frogs croak, princesses shriek, and martians zxnrbl.It's not misspelled on the original page. The Internet must have zxnrbled it on the way to you. (1997-03-16)



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   20 Anonymous
   13 Noam Chomsky
   11 Vinton Cerf
   11 Edward Snowden
   9 Eric Schmidt
   8 John Green
   8 Jeff Bezos
   8 Evgeny Morozov
   7 Timothy Snyder
   7 Jonathan Franzen
   7 Al Gore
   7 Ai Weiwei
   6 William J Clinton
   6 Walter Isaacson
   6 Seth Godin
   6 Rick Riordan
   6 Neal Stephenson
   6 Aziz Ansari
   5 Tim Berners Lee

1:It's easy to imagine that, in the future, telepathy and telekinesis will be the norm; we will interact with machines by sheer thought. Our mind will be able to turn on the lights, activate the internet, dictate letters, play video games, communicate with friends, call for a car, purchase merchandise, conjure any movie-all just by thinking. Astronauts of the future may use the power of their minds to pilot their spaceships or explore distant planets. Cities may rise from the desert of Mars, all due to master builders who mentally control the work of robots. ~ Michio Kaku,
2:When things get tough, this is what you should do: Make good art. I'm serious. Husband runs off with a politician ~ make good art. Leg crushed and then eaten by a mutated boa constrictor ~ make good art. IRS on your trail ~ make good art. Cat exploded ~ make good art. Someone on the Internet thinks what you're doing is stupid or evil or it's all been done before ~ make good art. Probably things will work out somehow, eventually time will take the sting away, and that doesn't even matter. Do what only you can do best: Make good art. Make it on the bad days, make it on the good days, too.,
3:We live in an age where we feel guilt whenever we have to cut someone off but the reality is that some relationships do need to die, some people do need to be unfollowed and defriended. We aren't meant to be this tethered to the people in our past. The Internet mandates that we don't burn bridges and keep everyone around like relics but those expectations are unrealistic and unhealthy. Simply put, we don't need to know what everyone else is up to. We're allowed to be choosy about who we surround ourselves with online and in real life, even if it might hurt people's feelings. ~ Ryan O'Connell,

*** WISDOM TROVE ***

1:It's like the Wild West, the Internet. There are no rules. ~ steven-wright, @wisdomtrove
2:Look at the walls of Pompeii. That's what got the internet started. ~ robin-williams, @wisdomtrove
3:We are all now connected by the Internet, like neurons in a giant brain. ~ stephen-hawking, @wisdomtrove
4:I believe in the age of the Internet, Facebook and Twitter, that relationships are everything. ~ tom-peters, @wisdomtrove
5:The real power of tribes has nothing to do with the Internet and everything to do with people. ~ seth-godin, @wisdomtrove
6:Take Wrigley's Chewing Gum. I don't think the Internet is going to change how people chew gum. ~ warren-buffet, @wisdomtrove
7:Getting information from the internet is like getting a glass of water from the Niagara Falls. ~ arthur-c-carke, @wisdomtrove
8:I've compiled a book from the Internet. It's a book of quotations attributed to the wrong people. ~ jerry-seinfeld, @wisdomtrove
9:Actually, watching television and surfing the Internet are really excellent practice for being dead. ~ chuck-palahniuk, @wisdomtrove
10:I hate it when people quote me on the internet, claiming I said things that I never actually said. ~ martin-luther-king, @wisdomtrove
11:Can you afford to ignore China? It's like saying you can afford to ignore the internet. I don't think so. ~ richard-branson, @wisdomtrove
12:Some jerk infected the Internet with an outright lie. It shows how easy it is to do and how credulous people are. ~ kurt-vonnegut, @wisdomtrove
13:The internet was supposed to homogenize everyone by connecting us all. Instead what it's allowed is silos of interest. ~ seth-godin, @wisdomtrove
14:People equated burning CDs with theft. That's not what burning CDs is. Theft is about acquiring the music from the Internet. ~ steve-jobs, @wisdomtrove
15:Laptop computers dramatically increased the time people spend doing work. (The internet dramatically decreased it, so we're even). ~ seth-godin, @wisdomtrove
16:Even before smart phones and the Internet, we had many ways to distract our selves. Now that's compounded by a factor of trillions. ~ jon-kabat-zinn, @wisdomtrove
17:One of the most important things you learn from the internet is that there is no &
18:There are two things in particular that it [the computer industry] failed to foresee: one was the coming of the Internet(... ); the other was the fact that the century would end. ~ douglas-adams, @wisdomtrove
19:We believe that within five years, 96 percent of British consumers will have access to the Internet, whether it be through a personal computer, a set-top box or a mobile phone. ~ richard-branson, @wisdomtrove
20:I have an almost religious zeal... not for technology per se, but for the Internet which is for me, the nervous system of mother Earth, which I see as a living creature, linking up. ~ dan-millman, @wisdomtrove
21:Our acquaintances—not our friends—are our greatest source of new ideas and information. the internet lets us exploit the power of these kinds of distant connections with marvellous efficiency. ~ malcolm-gladwell, @wisdomtrove
22:As people's access to the internet grows we're seeing the sharing economy boom - I think our obsession with ownership is at a tipping point and the sharing economy is part of the antidote for that. ~ richard-branson, @wisdomtrove
23:One trend that bothers me is the glorification of stupidity, that the media is reassuring people it's alright not to know anything. That to me is far more dangerous than a little pornography on the Internet. ~ carl-sagan, @wisdomtrove
24:I really didn't foresee the Internet. But then, neither did the computer industry. Not that that tells us very much of course&
25:I've got to tell you, the Internet is a place you go when you want to turn your brain on, and television is a place you go when you want to turn your brain off. I'm not at all convinced that the twain will meet. ~ steve-jobs, @wisdomtrove
26:I look for businesses in which I think I can predict what they're going to look like in ten to fifteen years time. Take Wrigley's chewing gum. I don't think the internet is going to change how people chew gum. ~ warren-buffet, @wisdomtrove
27:There will always be music on the Internet that people can steal. What's new is not theft. What's new is a distribution channel for stolen property called the Internet. So there will always be illegal music on the Internet. ~ steve-jobs, @wisdomtrove
28:Everything in business is to get you face to face with people to respond to your offer. You have to realize the Internet is merely a door opening, and it has to be followed up by aggressive sales activity by the business owner. ~ brian-tracy, @wisdomtrove
29:It infuriates me that stuff from the Internet routinely doesn't include all the credits. Because as soon as I listen to something, if I like it, I want to know, "Who's the bass player?" "Who did that?" "Who's the engineer on this? ~ brian-eno, @wisdomtrove
30:Having done quite a bit with studios and networks, I thought if I'm going to do something new and unformed, it would be fun to do it in a completely new space and place. The space being the Internet and the place being Crackle. ~ jerry-seinfeld, @wisdomtrove
31:Trust me, the being-dead part is much easier than the dying part. If you can watch much television, then being dead will be a cinch. Actually, watching television and surfing the Internet are really excellent practice for being dead. ~ chuck-palahniuk, @wisdomtrove
32:Our approach is very much profiting from lack of change rather than from change. With Wrigley chewing gum, it's the lack of change that appeals to me. I don't think it is going to be hurt by the Internet. That's the kind of business I like. ~ warren-buffet, @wisdomtrove
33:At its core, I don't view Facebook as a social network. I think it could become the driver's license of the Internet. And beyond that, it can become the pipes and the plumbing upon what most of the Internet is built. I think it's very well positioned. ~ tim-ferris, @wisdomtrove
34:With enough of us connecting heart with heart, center with center, innovation with innovation, prayer with prayer, through the internet and the noosphere, we can have a major impact on a more gentle transition toward the next stage of evolution. ~ barbara-marx-hubbard, @wisdomtrove
35:All one needs to do is read - books, magazines, research the Internet - and pay attention to the influencers in their lives to discover the myriad people of strong moral character who have and still are making positive, meaningful contributions and differences in our world. ~ zig-ziglar, @wisdomtrove
36:The big corporations are suddenly taking notice of the web, and their reactions have been slow. Even the computer industry failed to see the importance of the Internet, but that's not saying much. Let's face it, the computer industry failed to see that the century would end. ~ douglas-adams, @wisdomtrove
37:The internet has opened the door for millions of businesses to do things differently, because there are other assets now, assets that can transcend location. Your permission to talk to customers, your reputation, your unique products-you can build a business around them online. ~ seth-godin, @wisdomtrove
38:I'm not personally connected to the Internet, although nearly everyone that I know is, and many of them have a great time and no problems with it. And on the surface you can see that the Internet could go an awful long way to educating, enlightening, informing and connecting the world. ~ alan-moore, @wisdomtrove
39:Perfection is crucial in building an aircraft, a bridge, or a high-speed train. The code and mathematics residing just below the surface of the Internet is also this way. Things are either perfectly right or they will not work. So much of the world we work and live in is based upon being correct, being perfect. ~ brene-brown, @wisdomtrove
40:I always have wanted to know how the whole thing was done, what the process involved. And I don't particularly enjoy that my music is stripped of ancillary details, and it just sort of comes out of this big tap called the Internet like water. I like some of my water to be neatly presented in a bottle. With a label on it. ~ brian-eno, @wisdomtrove
41:As the day goes on you get more and more tired. Even if people say they're afternoon people or evening people, it's always best to start out first thing in the morning with your most important task as opposed to your email, phone calls, or checking the internet. If you start out with that then basically you'll just do that all day long. ~ brian-tracy, @wisdomtrove
42:The problem with the Internet startup craze isn't that too many people are starting companies; it's that too many people aren't sticking with it. That's somewhat understandable, because there are many moments that are filled with despair and agony, when you have to fire people and cancel things and deal with very difficult situations. That's when you find out who you are and what your values are. ~ steve-jobs, @wisdomtrove
43:In a few hundred years, when the history of our time will be written from a long-term perspective, it is likely that the most important event historians will see is not technology, not the Internet, not e-commerce. It is an unprecedented change in the human condition. For the first time - literally - substantial and rapidly growing numbers of people have choices. For the first time, they will have to manage themselves. And society is totally unprepared for it. ~ peter-drucker, @wisdomtrove
44:In the twenty-first century it sounds childish to compare the human psyche to a steam engine. Today we know of a far more sophisticated technology – the computer – so we explain the human psyche as if it were a computer processing data rather than a steam engine regulating pressure. But this new analogy may turn out to be just as naïve. After all, computers have no minds. They don’t crave anything even when they have a bug, and the Internet doesn’t feel pain even when authoritarian regimes sever entire countries from the Web. So why use computers as a model for understanding the mind? Well, are we really sure that computers have no sensations or desires? And even if they haven’t got any at present, perhaps once they become complex enough they might develop consciousness? If that were to happen, how could we ascertain it? When computers replace our bus driver, our teacher and our shrink, how could we determine whether they have feelings or whether they are just a collection of mindless algorithms? ~ yuval-noah-harari, @wisdomtrove

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1:The internet lied to me? ~ Holly Smale,
2:The Internet is a business. ~ Mitch Joel,
3:I stay off the Internet. ~ Chaske Spencer,
4:The Internet is completely over. ~ Prince,
5:Al Gore invented the Internet. ~ Joe Biden,
6:I was raised on the internet. ~ Lena Dunham,
7:She brought up the Internet ~ Catherine Bybee,
8:everything on the internet is true ~ Anonymous,
9:I'm easy to find on the Internet. ~ Matt Cohler,
10:I'm beating down the Internet as we speak. ~ T I,
11:The internet is just a passing fad. ~ Bill Gates,
12:Advertising pays for the Internet. ~ Alistair Croll,
13:I play keyboard for the internet. ~ Candace Blevins,
14:The government invented the Internet. ~ Jon Meacham,
15:You can't trust the internet. ~ Nicollette Sheridan,
16:My life is being ruined by the internet! ~ John Cena,
17:Everything was on the Internet. Week ~ Brenda Barrett,
18:I read on the Internet that I was dead. ~ Fiona Apple,
19:The Internet is an actor's best friend. ~ Armie Hammer,
20:The Internet? We are not interested in it ~ Bill Gates,
21:The future of advertising is the Internet. ~ Bill Gates,
22:The Internet is a microcosm of society. ~ Robert E Kahn,
23:The Internet...is a series of tubes. ~ Theodore Stevens,
24:The internet makes everything not enough. ~ Alec Sulkin,
25:Information is the currency of the Internet. ~ Anonymous,
26:I think the internet is a huge positive. ~ Jason Bateman,
27:I took the initiative in creating the Internet ~ Al Gore,
28:Nowadays the Internet is my chubby friend. ~ Aziz Ansari,
29:The Internet is a whole new world opening up. ~ Babyface,
30:The Internet is the Viagra of big business. ~ Jack Welch,
31:Kids listen to everything on the Internet. ~ David Guetta,
32:on the Internet, shelf space is infinite, ~ John Seabrook,
33:The internet is a great way to get on the net. ~ Bob Dole,
34:The Internet knows no national borders. ~ Alan Dershowitz,
35:Don't ever, ever try to lie to the internet. ~ Gabe Newell,
36:I actually barely ever go on the Internet. ~ Evan Goldberg,
37:The internet is 95 percent porn and spam ~ Margaret Atwood,
38:The Internet’s role isn’t to radicalize people ~ Anonymous,
39:Life without the Internet is unimaginable. ~ Santosh Kalwar,
40:The Internet is awesome because it's...there. ~ Steven Page,
41:Use the Internet to get off the Internet! ~ Scott Heiferman,
42:But her emails! —the internet, 2017 ~ Hillary Rodham Clinton,
43:Everything on the internet is real god damn it! ~ Bill Gates,
44:house. Check the Internet and phone service. ~ Melinda Leigh,
45:the Internet is smaller than an oil tanker. ~ Randall Munroe,
46:The Internet lives where anyone can access it. ~ Vinton Cerf,
47:Things can change so fast on the internet. ~ Tim Berners Lee,
48:I use the Internet for what it's for: to learn. ~ Danny Brown,
49:Outrage undoubtedly drives the internet, ~ Jared Yates Sexton,
50:Wouldn't it be nice if the internet blew up? ~ Cate Blanchett,
51:As a research tool, the internet is invaluable. ~ Noam Chomsky,
52:On the internet, nobody knows you're a dog... ~ The New Yorker,
53:quasi-religious sentiment about “the Internet ~ Evgeny Morozov,
54:The Internet of things will augment your brain. ~ Eric Schmidt,
55:And what's the Internet without the rick-roll? ~ Linus Torvalds,
56:I don't look on the Internet; it's a world of pain. ~ Max Irons,
57:I'll start with the Internet and work from there. ~ Ann Aguirre,
58:I'm like the Christina Aguilera of the Internet. ~ Sky Ferreira,
59:I think that the internet is a beast of burden. ~ Matthew Healy,
60:Never trust quotes you find on the internet. ~ Thomas Jefferson,
61:Nuclear holocaust might eliminate the Internet. ~ Taylor Hanson,
62:The Internet is the trailer park for the soul. ~ Marilyn Manson,
63:The Internet of Things is not just science fiction; ~ Anonymous,
64:you can’t hammer a nail over the Internet. ~ Matthew B Crawford,
65:If it's on the Internet, then it's gotta be true. ~ Ken Jennings,
66:The internet is an amazing medium for languages. ~ David Crystal,
67:The Internet is corporations all the way down. ~ Ethan Zuckerman,
68:The Internet is the ultimate in brand-centered buying. ~ Al Ries,
69:The Internet is the wrong direction for music. ~ John Mellencamp,
70:Your needs are big because the Internet is big. ~ Jamie Zawinski,
71:Did people waste time before the internet existed? ~ Matt McGorry,
72:I can really waste a lot of time on the Internet. ~ Amy Brenneman,
73:In some ways [the Internet]'s definitely an enemy. ~ Tony Kushner,
74:I study the Bible and spend time on the Internet. ~ Gloria Gaynor,
75:The Internet is a really strange place to be. ~ Justin Timberlake,
76:The Internet is democracy's revenge on democracy. ~ Molly Haskell,
77:The Internet will make every enterprise a publisher. ~ Steve Case,
78:You've heard of the internet?
Well, I'm on it. ~ Andy Breckman,
79:I don't actually go on the Internet that much. ~ Jennifer Coolidge,
80:I don't know much about the internet, I'm afraid. ~ James Marsters,
81:I'm a bit of a Luddite and I hate the internet. ~ Kirsty Gallacher,
82:I'm pretty sure that Murdoch loathes the Internet ~ Graham Linehan,
83:I'm very excited about having the Internet in my den. ~ Steve Jobs,
84:On the internet nobody can hear you being subtle. ~ Linus Torvalds,
85:What an excellent tool the internet is for freaks. ~ Steig Larsson,
86:What an excellent tool the internet is for freaks. ~ Stieg Larsson,
87:Will the highways on the Internet become more few? ~ George W Bush,
88:I'm not well versed on the verbiage of the internet. ~ Larry Hagman,
89:the Internet is merely ‘the modern public square’, ~ Niall Ferguson,
90:Well, the future of the Internet is... Reality. ~ Daniel Keys Moran,
91:Eventually, I turn on the internet and go to my email ~ Mia Sheridan,
92:If only I were as good at life as I am at the internet. ~ John Green,
93:I think anonymity on the internet has to go away. ~ Randi Zuckerberg,
94:Now remember, kids, the internet is serious business. ~ Isaac Asimov,
95:The current days of the Internet will soon be over. ~ Rupert Murdoch,
96:The Internet is truly God's gift to the Chinese people. ~ Liu Xiaobo,
97:All of our futures,” she said, “exist in the Internet. ~ Lauren Groff,
98:I was afraid of the internet... because I couldn't type. ~ Jack Welch,
99:My rule is never to look at anything on the Internet. ~ Emilia Clarke,
100:The internet has been a boon and a curse for teenagers. ~ J K Rowling,
101:The Internet was supposed to be the great equalizer. ~ Gina Bianchini,
102:If Al Gore invented the Internet, I invented spell check. ~ Dan Quayle,
103:I learned to stop looking on the Internet pretty early on. ~ Sam Riley,
104:I'm not hard to find. I'm all over the Internet. ~ Neil deGrasse Tyson,
105:People make up rumors and put them on the Internet. ~ Shiloh Fernandez,
106:[The Internet,] A Superhighway through the Wasteland? ~ Mitchell Kapor,
107:The Internet has leveled the investment playing field. ~ Donald Luskin,
108:The internet is now a forum for public prosecution. ~ David Cronenberg,
109:The Internet's a big enough place for everybody to be happy. ~ Ben Huh,
110:Who needs evidence when you've got the Internet? ~ Christopher Buckley,
111:Art is the only power capable of destroying the internet. ~ Terence Koh,
112:Even if it's not there on the internet, it could be true. ~ Shikha Kaul,
113:Far too often the Internet is where the truth goes to die. ~ Jeff Flake,
114:The beauty of the Internet is that there's no space limit. ~ David Tang,
115:The biggest lie,” he said, “is, The Internet is about you. ~ Jon Ronson,
116:The Internet has become important on the world's stage. ~ Steve Crocker,
117:The Internet is an audience of one, a million times over. ~ Peter Guber,
118:We got them on the internet. Everything on the web is legit, ~ K M Shea,
119:I went to school on the Internet. I was not a cheerleader. ~ Emmy Rossum,
120:Now is the era of intellect, information and the Internet. ~ Lech Walesa,
121:Some people should not be allowed access to the Internet. ~ Molly Harper,
122:The Internet is for lonely people. People should live. ~ Charlton Heston,
123:Work on a computer that is disconnected from the internet. ~ Zadie Smith,
124:If you count E-mail, I'm on the Internet all day, every day. ~ Bill Gates,
125:It is impossible to be famous only on the Internet. ~ Mokokoma Mokhonoana,
126:It's the internet like the flu - it just spreads like crazy. ~ Jack Welch,
127:Let's keep the Internet weird. Let's keep the Internet free. ~ Al Franken,
128:Rome wasn't built in a day, and the internet is our new Rome ~ Kanye West,
129:The internet is not something we have, it's something we do. ~ Hank Green,
130:The internet will create the winnerand bury the laggards. ~ Philip Kotler,
131:A lot of rumours on the Internet are wrong and horrible. ~ Carine Roitfeld,
132:At the time I wrote Xone I had never been on the Internet. ~ Piers Anthony,
133:Half the people on the internet are bored and they have no life. ~ Cormega,
134:Im amazed at the amount of time people spend on the Internet. ~ J I Packer,
135:Lord knows, if it's on the internet, it's got to be true! ~ Shawn Michaels,
136:Bitcoin is not currency; it's the internet of money! ~ Andreas Antonopoulos,
137:If you want to liberate a government, give them the Internet. ~ Wael Ghonim,
138:Remember America, I gave you the Internet and I can take it away. ~ Al Gore,
139:Sleep is so cute when it tries to compete with the internet. ~ Will Ferrell,
140:The internet is something created largely by public funding. ~ Noam Chomsky,
141:Aphrodisiacs come in many forms: food, drink, the internet. ~ Craig Ferguson,
142:I have one major problem with the Internet: It's full of liars. ~ John Lydon,
143:The internet is just a world passing notes around a classroom. ~ Jon Stewart,
144:I'll take on anybody on a competition that's on the Internet. ~ Stacy Keibler,
145:I've been a jerk on the internet since the internet started. ~ Martin Shkreli,
146:There’s life outside the Internet. It’s true. I heard it online. ~ Sean Platt,
147:The washing machine changed the world more than the Internet. ~ Ha Joon Chang,
148:China is the most repressive censorship regime on the Internet. ~ John Palfrey,
149:Marketing has taken such a complete shift, thanks to the internet. ~ James Wan,
150:She had set it on the Internet, its own peculiar echo chamber. ~ Sherry Turkle,
151:The commentary came from millions of idiots on the Internet. ~ Neal Stephenson,
152:The Internet encourages superficial browsing, not concentration. ~ Tony Reinke,
153:The Internet is to news," he said, "what car horns are to music. ~ Tom Rachman,
154:Our constituency aren't the type of people to be on the Internet. ~ Jesse Helms,
155:The Internet is just a world passing around notes in a classroom. ~ Jon Stewart,
156:We are at the 1908 Hurley washing machine stage with the Internet. ~ Jeff Bezos,
157:All I know is that the Internet will transform the world. ~ Alfred D Chandler Jr,
158:I know that the internet has helped a new world audience find me. ~ Wynonna Judd,
159:The Internet has always been, and always will be, a magic box. ~ Marc Andreessen,
160:To hell with you. To hell with you and to hell with the Internet. ~ Ray Bradbury,
161:Don't read everything on the internet as true, as it might not be. ~ Adolf Hitler,
162:I don't ever go on the Internet. I don't even know how it works. ~ Beverly Cleary,
163:Teachers are no longer the fountain of knowledge; the internet is. ~ Don Tapscott,
164:If you have zero access to the Internet, that is an offline device. ~ Don Mattrick,
165:I think that live music is something that the Internet can never kill. ~ Jim James,
166:Television, cable, the Internet, that's knocked the boundaries down. ~ Hugh Hefner,
167:the internet are the ultimate enemy of unconditional commitment ~ Hubert L Dreyfus,
168:The Internet is the stained glass picture of the 21st century. ~ Diana Butler Bass,
169:The lack of a delete button on the internet is a significant issue. ~ Eric Schmidt,
170:The story of the Internet is this incredibly strong, exciting change. ~ James Daly,
171:I'm pathetic when it comes to the Internet and getting stuff done. ~ Scott Eastwood,
172:Make an effort to separate yourself from the internet. Read books. ~ Timothy Snyder,
173:Realize that some of what is on the internet is there to harm you. ~ Timothy Snyder,
174:The best way to vanquish your enemies on the Internet? Ignore them.  ~ Austin Kleon,
175:The lesson of the Internet is that no audience is too small. ~ Randall L Stephenson,
176:We fundamentally believe the first chapter of the Internet is over. ~ Barry Schuler,
177:But the internet had changed everything: nobody was forgotten anymore. ~ Nick Hornby,
178:I am everywhere and I am nowhere. That's the beauty of the Internet Age. ~ Ai Weiwei,
179:I don't even own my own name on the internet - somebody else bought it. ~ Cat Deeley,
180:I have no plans to use the Internet as the main subject of a novel. ~ Nelson DeMille,
181:Life is like the Internet: sometimes is almost impossible to connect. ~ Paulo Coelho,
182:Look at the walls of Pompeii. That's what got the internet started. ~ Robin Williams,
183:The Internet: transforming society and shaping the future through chat. ~ Dave Barry,
184:The world's gotten smaller by virtue of the Internet and new media. ~ Ryan Phillippe,
185:Arguing with anonymous strangers on the Internet is a sucker’s game ~ Neal Stephenson,
186:atomic power, radar, and the Internet—were spawned by the military. ~ Walter Isaacson,
187:It is absolutely clear to me that we have to keep the internet open ~ Hillary Clinton,
188:I try not to read the Internet because it's mostly just a sea of hatred. ~ Will Gluck,
189:It's too easy to trivialize people. The Internet does it all the time. ~ Willem Dafoe,
190:I use the internet. I just don’t feel a need to, like, contribute to it. ~ John Green,
191:People who say that the Internet is the bubble are incredibly misguided. ~ James Daly,
192:Permission Marketing is the tool that unlocks the power of the Internet. ~ Seth Godin,
193:The Internet makes it easier to find good music I would have to say. ~ Roland Orzabal,
194:As many of you know, I was very instrumental in the founding of the Internet ~ Al Gore,
195:Books are slow, books are quiet. The Internet is fast and loud. ~ Jonathan Safran Foer,
196:Guys should not be allowed to use the Internet all day long. So sad. ~ Natasha Leggero,
197:should check the Internet and make sure everything on there is correct. ~ David Thorne,
198:The Internet has helped atheists and agnostics coalesce as never before. ~ Lee Strobel,
199:The internet tends to make smart people smarter and dumb people dumber. ~ Ben Casnocha,
200:The Internet will tell you that a zombie apocalypse has already begun, ~ E J Copperman,
201:I don't like to read the Internet; I'm not aware of what's going on. ~ Victoria Legrand,
202:I see little commercial potential for the Internet for at least ten years. ~ Bill Gates,
203:I want to live my life on the internet. Everything is perfect there. ~ Courtney Summers,
204:Net neutrality has been in place since the very beginning of the Internet. ~ Al Franken,
205:The Internet is accelerating the speed of acceptance and social justice. ~ Tyler Oakley,
206:Today, we jump into this globalization of the economy and the internet age. ~ Ai Weiwei,
207:Valentine's day without your love is like a year without the Internet. ~ Santosh Kalwar,
208:I stay away from the internet as much as I can. Except for pornography. ~ Vince Gilligan,
209:I think a high grammar standard may be a losing fight on the Internet. ~ Craig Lancaster,
210:The Internet is fast becoming a cesspool where false information thrives. ~ Eric Schmidt,
211:The Internet will save higher education, but it may kill your alma mater. ~ John Katzman,
212:This is the last time I ever get a private detective off the internet. ~ Sophie Kinsella,
213:Turns out, theres not a lot of information about pickles on the Internet. ~ Brian Posehn,
214:A fundamental new rule for business is that the Internet changes everything. ~ Bill Gates,
215:Cable was born commercial, while the Internet was born with no revenue model, or ~ Tim Wu,
216:Driving yourself insane on the Internet is as easy as checking the weather. ~ Ben Dolnick,
217:Everyone on the Internet is sad. Why else would they be on the Internet? ~ Frankie Cosmos,
218:If you're insulting people on the internet, you must be ugly on the inside. ~ Phil Lester,
219:If you're over age 50, the internet is something you're just learning about. ~ Harry Reid,
220:I speak to my childhood friends almost every day over the Internet. ~ Alessandra Ambrosio,
221:Make no mistake; child predation on the Internet is a growing problem. ~ Mike Fitzpatrick,
222:The Internet doesn't change everything. It doesn't change supply and demand. ~ Andy Grove,
223:The Internet is becoming the town square for the global village of tomorrow. ~ Bill Gates,
224:The internet is like a gossipy girls' locker room after school, isn't it? ~ Alex Kapranos,
225:The internet is the most underutilized advertising medium that's out there. ~ Mary Meeker,
226:The Internet treats censorship as a malfunction and routes around it. ~ John Perry Barlow,
227:There's no such thing as a former porn star, especially in the Internet era. ~ Duke Haney,
228:Why would anyone say this stuff about themselves on the Internet? It's crazy! ~ Jay Asher,
229:You know, the Internet's made us more aware of what people think about us. ~ Robert Smith,
230:cruise the ones in the flesh, not the ghosts on the internet ~ Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore,
231:I don't think that the Internet has contributed greatly to immorality. ~ Gordon B Hinckley,
232:I don't use the Internet, but apparently you can find out everything on it. ~ Winona Ryder,
233:If it doesn't come through the Internet, it's not really compelling to me. ~ Pete Cashmore,
234:I never go online. The Internet stuff is bonkers. You must not look at it. ~ Steven Moffat,
235:That Bill Clinton. He probably doesn't know how to log on to the Internet. ~ Rush Limbaugh,
236:The Internet is the most effective instrument we have for globalization. ~ Milton Friedman,
237:There's a lot of noise in the world, and the internet magnifies that energy. ~ Ben Affleck,
238:We are all now connected by the Internet, like neurons in a giant brain. ~ Stephen Hawking,
239:I do not think any SFWA communication should come anywhere NEAR the internet. ~ C J Cherryh,
240:I don't really use the Internet or the newspapers to find out about people. ~ Rupert Friend,
241:I'm not opposed to comics on the Internet. It's just not interesting to me. ~ Daniel Clowes,
242:On the Internet, everyone is writing. There is a great flowering of writing. ~ James Salter,
243:Pics, or it didn’t happen.” I invoked the twenty-fourth rule of the Internet. ~ Ann Aguirre,
244:Socializing on the internet is to socializing what reality TV is to reality. ~ Aaron Sorkin,
245:Television saved the movies. The Internet is going to save the news business. ~ Matt Drudge,
246:Texting, even browsing the Internet - all these things can attract monsters. ~ Rick Riordan,
247:The great thing about the Internet is that it will not abide by the rules. ~ Richard Curtis,
248:The internet, since it is publicly created, ought to be publicly controlled. ~ Noam Chomsky,
249:The nature of the internet is that you don't know who is behind the screen. ~ Louise Mensch,
250:The secret of the Internet's success has been its openness to new services. ~ Edward Felten,
251:We have the Internet of Everything but not the inclusion of everyone. ~ Ajaypal Singh Banga,
252:2020, nearly 3 billion people will be added to the Internet’s community. ~ Peter H Diamandis,
253:a growing number of nations are restricting parts of the Internet to the public. ~ Anonymous,
254:For me that's what's fascinating about the internet, that aggregate thing. ~ Colin Greenwood,
255:It [the internet] probably has the effect of weakening personal associations. ~ Noam Chomsky,
256:We're still in the first minutes of the first day of the Internet revolution. ~ Scott D Cook,
257:With the Internet, we can choose the very communities we want to be a part of. ~ Alex Shakar,
258:Access by kids to the Internet should be like kids breathing clean air. ~ Nicholas Negroponte,
259:a lie can run around the internet before the truth has logged on to facebook ~ Charles Darwin,
260:Always marveling at how New Age pseudo-philosophy had taken over the Internet. ~ Jeff Lindsay,
261:Anybody who expects privacy in the internet is delusional . - Ben Kincaid ~ William Bernhardt,
262:For much of the Internet, the shortest path between two points doesn't exist. ~ Kevin Poulsen,
263:I am too old to know how to put a naked photograph of myself on the Internet. ~ Rachel Maddow,
264:The internet: always proving that you're not quite as special as you suspected. ~ Robin Sloan,
265:The internet: always proving that you’re not quite as special as you suspected. ~ Robin Sloan,
266:One of the problems with the Internet is that a lot of times it is inaccurate. ~ Vince McMahon,
267:The Internet is for haters. Everyone wants to knock somebody down, but it's cool. ~ Andy Cohen,
268:Books: boring. Codes: awesome. These are the people who are running the internet. ~ Robin Sloan,
269:But they said that you could find anyone these days, thanks to the Internet. ~ Jayne Ann Krentz,
270:It's really hard to even talk about the internet without seeming instantly corny. ~ Ezra Koenig,
271:Like most technology, the internet has mixed effects. It's a neutral instrument. ~ Noam Chomsky,
272:Nowadays the Internet is my chubby friend. It is the whole world’s chubby friend. ~ Aziz Ansari,
273:The Internet has made it much more effective and cheaper to spread propaganda. ~ Evgeny Morozov,
274:The internet has surrounded television and turned television into an art form. ~ T Bone Burnett,
275:The Internet was excellent for confirming one's worst fears about the human race. ~ Emma Straub,
276:And don’t try to make yourself an extended family out of ghosts on the Internet. ~ Kurt Vonnegut,
277:Have you heard of this thing called the Internet?” CSI yells into the echoing abyss. ~ Anonymous,
278:I don't understand the world of the Internet. I just type up on my computer. ~ Andre Leon Talley,
279:I think [the virtual choir] speaks well to a benevolent future for the Internet. ~ Eric Whitacre,
280:It is extremely obvious to me that the internet is a religious phenomenon ~ Peter Lamborn Wilson,
281:it was off to the library, where people went before God invented the Internet and ~ Steve Almond,
282:The internet is the superhighway of grammatically incorrect moral outrage. EPHRON: ~ Nora Ephron,
283:You know how difficult it is for me when I see someone who is wrong on the Internet, ~ Anonymous,
284:(Embarrassing old screen names are the lower-back tattoos of the Internet age.) ~ Alexandra Petri,
285:Eventually the Internet will be accessed by PC, television, and wireless devices. ~ Steve Ballmer,
286:Getting information off the Internet is like taking a drink from a fire hydrant. ~ Mitchell Kapor,
287:I don't shop online. I'm always scared to put my credit card on the Internet! ~ Kristin Cavallari,
288:If the internet has taught us anything, it's that you want less news and more cats. ~ Peter Sagal,
289:If your business is not on the Internet, then your business will be out of business. ~ Bill Gates,
290:I kept longing for a secret conversation, away from the pitchforks of the Internet ~ Sarah Hepola,
291:I make a joke that I'm the Internet curmudgeon, but 'wary' is a good way to put it. ~ Bill Keller,
292:Stalking old flames has become a whole lot easier with the dawn of the Internet ~ Sharon J Bolton,
293:The Internet and Yahoo are firmly established as 'must buys' for brand advertising. ~ Terry Semel,
294:The internet to me is kind of like a black hole, and I never really go on it. ~ Jennifer Lawrence,
295:The Internet Was Designed For The PC. The Internet Is Not Designed For The iPhone ~ Steve Ballmer,
296:Even on the Internet, the elephant that never forgets, memories are still forgotten. ~ Nick Bilton,
297:How we spend our time verifies what we value most: TV, the Internet, or God’s Word? ~ Randy Alcorn,
298:I think the Internet is the most dangerous thing invented since the atomic bomb. ~ John Mellencamp,
299:I think there's a lot of unnecessary bullshit on the Internet. You can drown in it. ~ Sky Ferreira,
300:Science fiction does not remain fiction for long. And certainly not on the Internet. ~ Vinton Cerf,
301:Statistics show 50% of the people use the internet. The rest have sex with real people. ~ Jay Leno,
302:The Internet can empower groups whose aims are in fact antithetical to democracy. ~ Evgeny Morozov,
303:The Internet is a battlefield, the prize is your information, and bugs are the weapons ~ Anonymous,
304:The last thing you want to do is go out alone after jerking off on the internet all day. ~ Roosh V,
305:The Internet opens up a whole new range of possibilities in a wide range of areas. ~ Herbie Hancock,
306:Throw the computer away and don't look on the internet. That's the best thing to do. ~ Daniel Craig,
307:Explore the internet long enough and you'll see completely balls out madness there. ~ Timo Tjahjanto,
308:If limitation spawns creativity, is the limitless resource of the Internet a good thing? ~ Alec Soth,
309:I think Bush understands the Internet and the incredible expansion of global e-commerce. ~ Jack Kemp,
310:So many people are are using the Internet now to watch movies and TV shows online. ~ Luke Pasqualino,
311:The internet is about popularity. It is a medium to spread my popularity as an artist. ~ Terence Koh,
312:The Internet is the greatest thing that ever happened to the entertainment industry. ~ Michael Ovitz,
313:Carla lives for cat videos. She thinks they're the only thing the Internet is good for. ~ Nicola Yoon,
314:If television's a babysitter, the Internet is a drunk librarian who won't shut up. ~ Dorothy Gambrell,
315:It became normal for women on the internet to adopt gender-neutral or male screen names. ~ Arthur Chu,
316:I think the internet is the greatest waste of time since masturbation was discovered. ~ Norman Mailer,
317:I wish I'd been alive when the internet was invented. I'd have sold so many more books... ~ A A Milne,
318:The internet is a graveyard of dead facts. But an idea that grips a person is alive ~ Jordan Peterson,
319:The Internet is the greatest tool for any artist to have interaction with any audience. ~ Nick Rhodes,
320:Think about this: It was illegal for most people to connect to the internet before 1992. ~ Steve Case,
321:You can't chase everybody on the Internet who's saying stuff about you, that's for sure. ~ Bobby Flay,
322:I promise you, I will have something on the Internet that is game-changing. I can't lose. ~ Kevin Hart,
323:It turns out the Internet is this amazing resource for everyone who has access to it. ~ Alexis Ohanian,
324:John would have been the first white rapper. And also he would have cherished the Internet. ~ Yoko Ono,
325:See, what we were going to do was say, the Internet is this great business strategy tool. ~ James Daly,
326:The Internet has not become the great leveller that it was once thought it could be. ~ Ethan Zuckerman,
327:And how could the Internet bring him to her, if he wasn’t showing up on his own two feet? ~ Joan Silber,
328:I don't know what it means to say that 'the internet should have a voice in Washington'. ~ Noam Chomsky,
329:I guess the internet and the power of people finding things out for themselves is great. ~ Butch Walker,
330:Some say the Internet is for porn but you know that in truth the Internet is for spam. ~ Charles Stross,
331:The internet and social networking are new avenues for the next Bob Dylan to be born on. ~ Jon Bon Jovi,
332:The Internet has created an incredible democratization of the architecture industry. ~ Cameron Sinclair,
333:The Internet has definitely opened doors and leveled the playing field for musicians. ~ Vivian Campbell,
334:The internet is a graveyard of dead facts. But an idea that grips a person is alive ~ Jordan B Peterson,
335:The internet is less a creation dictated by economics than one dictated by sharing gifts. ~ Kevin Kelly,
336:The Internet may be the best thing yet for improving an autistic person’s social life. ~ Temple Grandin,
337:TV has lost a lot of its self-confidence as its power has been eroded by the internet. ~ David Walliams,
338:Video for the Internet has become a testing ground for mediums that actually have revenue. ~ Mark Cuban,
339:violence is as thick as smog, alliances as fluid as water, quarrels as big as the Internet. ~ Anonymous,
340:Access to computers and the Internet has become a basic need for education in our society. ~ Kent Conrad,
341:I don't have faith in the Internet, I have faith in people connected through the Internet. ~ Jim Gilliam,
342:I enjoy being active, but I look forward to the day when I can retire to the Internet. ~ Daniel Kahneman,
343:Incredible experience, watching a baby birth on the internet. It's now my screensaver. ~ David Letterman,
344:I've just found out there are pages on the internet dedicated to whether I'm gay or not. ~ Matthew Perry,
345:... I was shock aplenty by what the internet reveals about human sexuality... ~ Seth Stephens Davidowitz,
346:The economics of the internet are exploited to change public perception—and sell product. ~ Ryan Holiday,
347:The Internet is like a gold-rush; the only people making money are those who sell the pans. ~ Will Hobbs,
348:There's no law on the internet. There's no voice of reason. It's every man for himself! ~ Ariel Schulman,
349:The standards are being lowered, not just on the Internet, but in all of news and media. ~ Vince McMahon,
350:You invented the internet?’ It was my idea, Martha said. Rats are delicious, George said. ~ Rick Riordan,
351:A lot of things you want to do as part of daily life can now be done over the Internet. ~ Marc Andreessen,
352:As long as a government can come and shoot you, you can't jump on the Internet to freedom. ~ Esther Dyson,
353:felt that antagonistic indignation that can be pulled off particularly well on the Internet. ~ Mike Brown,
354:Honestly, I'm more into the computer, the Internet, and checking out scores or the news. ~ Martina Hingis,
355:If the Internet has given us anything, it's some idea of how much psychosis goes undiagnosed. ~ Jan Burke,
356:If the internet is virtual, what harm could a few bloggers typing in an unreal space do? ~ Zeynep Tufekci,
357:I hadn't known there were so many idiots in the world until I started using the Internet. ~ Stanis aw Lem,
358:I hadn't known there were so many idiots in the world until I started using the Internet. ~ Stanislaw Lem,
359:I mean you can learn how to build a bullet or build a gun or build a bomb on the Internet. ~ Barbara Bush,
360:I'm not good at going on the internet and trolling around and finding information. ~ Mary Elizabeth Ellis,
361:Manjula,” the Internet assistant, had stolen all his miles on American Airlines last week. ~ Maria Semple,
362:Only astrophysicists new about the Internet 20 years ago. Today my cat has a website. ~ William J Clinton,
363:The Internet changes everything,” said Long. “Everyone can get connected on the Internet. ~ Michael Lewis,
364:The Internet is a strange, strange place that is full of lies. I would say mostly lies. ~ Pauley Perrette,
365:The Internet is really about highly specialized information, highly specialized targeting. ~ Eric Schmidt,
366:A more accurate slogan would be, “What happens in Vegas ends up on the internet, dumbass. ~ Gina L Maxwell,
367:An elegantly organized tour of the Internet, both fun and informative, a rare combination! ~ Steve Crocker,
368:During my service in the United States Congress, I took the initiative in creating the Internet. ~ Al Gore,
369:... I was shocked aplenty by what the internet reveals about human sexuality... ~ Seth Stephens Davidowitz,
370:Kids don't go out and buy CDs, they make their own, they download them from the Internet. ~ Sebastian Bach,
371:The Internet has been this miraculous conduit to the undeniable truth to the Holocaust. ~ Steven Spielberg,
372:The Internet is a great place to find unconventional comedy that you can't find anywhere else. ~ Andy Dick,
373:The Internet is one area that I have used pretty effectively to break free of corporate control. ~ Chuck D,
374:The internet kind of feels like happiness sometimes, however. It feels like stimulation. ~ George Saunders,
375:TV on the internet can now be freed from the need to fill a clock. It can expand past video. ~ Jeff Jarvis,
376:While my cousins were gang-banging, I was trying to learn what the Internet was about. ~ Theophilus London,
377:But unfortunately, I'm forced to be a grown-up in life. On the internet I'm still sixteen. ~ Melissa Broder,
378:Eventually I foresee voting on the Internet, which will lead to much more direct democracy. ~ Dick Gephardt,
379:I believe in the age of the Internet, Facebook and Twitter, that relationships are everything. ~ Tom Peters,
380:in 2011 the United Nations declared “access to the Internet” a fundamental human right. ~ Peter H Diamandis,
381:I think that blogging and the Internet has completely changed feminism for ever, I think. ~ Jessica Valenti,
382:it’s a part of the Internet, a computer network that cross-links a hundred other networks. ~ Clifford Stoll,
383:Kids today know way more than you think they do, with the Internet and 500 TV channels. ~ Rodney Carrington,
384:Sometimes things are a change for the better and the worse at the same time, like the internet. ~ Matt Haig,
385:The great thing about the Internet is, it's the freest marketplace of ideas that there is. ~ Alexis Ohanian,
386:The Internet, like the steam engine, is a technological breakthrough that changed the world. ~ Peter Singer,
387:The real power of tribes has nothing to do with the Internet and everything to do with people. ~ Seth Godin,
388:There was a clear lesson here — and that was that the Internet loves Mister Splashy Pants. ~ Alexis Ohanian,
389:An attitude of only taking what you need was built into the protocols of the Internet itself. ~ Danny Hillis,
390:Free education is abundant, all over the Internet. It’s the desire to learn that’s scarce. ~ Timothy Ferriss,
391:People don’t invent things on the Internet. They simply expand on an idea that already exists. ~ Nick Bilton,
392:The Internet is a place that’s full of judgment because the Internet is full of people. People ~ Hannah Hart,
393:What was he thinking? The Internet did not predict the future; only the pink Kindle did that. ~ Stephen King,
394:Without sounding too cliché, the Internet really is the birth of some kind of global mind. ~ Terence McKenna,
395:You don't have to turn on the TV set. You don't have to work on the Internet. It's up to you. ~ Ray Bradbury,
396:Being able to see an activity log of where a kid has been going on the Internet is a good thing. ~ Bill Gates,
397:On the Internet you get continuous innovation, so every year the streams are a little better. ~ Reed Hastings,
398:Reddit is not a public utility or a public square; its a privately owned space on the Internet. ~ John Scalzi,
399:This is an important part of the Internet Dynamic - providing opportunity and not guarantees. ~ Bob Frankston,
400:Web 1.0 was making the Internet for people, Web 2.0 is making the Internet better for companies. ~ Jeff Bezos,
401:With the Internet, bands can come and go every five minutes and the music looks disposable. ~ Bruce Dickinson,
402:I don't go online, I don't read reviews, I try not to look at anything on the Internet. ~ Aaron Taylor Johnson,
403:I have a theory that the Internet makes people stupider. And Also FOX News makes people stupider. ~ Bill Maher,
404:I love the Internet, and the Internet loves me back. Why else would it offer me so much sex? ~ Stephen Colbert,
405:I've been making music for a while. And I could read about myself on the Internet for a while. ~ Azealia Banks,
406:The Internet changes the structure of society all the time — this massiveness made of individuals. ~ Ai Weiwei,
407:The Internet is a modern infrastructure that plays a key role in the future of the state. ~ Thomas de Maiziere,
408:The Internet is the easiest thing to get into. To be an Internet retailer, you just get that URL. ~ Bill Gates,
409:The Internet is your portal to the rest of the world. The people online are your only friends. ~ Bunmi Laditan,
410:The old saw about bad news traveling fast has never been truer than in the age of the Internet. ~ Harlan Coben,
411:I agree with my father, Albert Einstein, don't believe every quote you read on the internet. ~ James Earl Jones,
412:I feel like the Internet has embraced the pizza dance. I feel appreciated for once in my life. ~ Gillian Jacobs,
413:Now with the Internet, a celebrity is fair game, and it's all designed to sell advertising space. ~ Randy Quaid,
414:Personally I find the democratic chaos of the Internet fascinating, and for the most part really benign. ~ Moby,
415:Russia should support globalization. The Internet can develop in Russia in a very speedy way. ~ Anatoly Chubais,
416:Take Wrigley's Chewing Gum. I don't think the Internet is going to change how people chew gum. ~ Warren Buffett,
417:The Internet is a very powerful tool; unfortunately its starting to get a little saturated. ~ Theophilus London,
418:The internet is the nerd Israel, a place to speak and listen to spectacularly specific concerns. ~ Sarah Vowell,
419:The Internet is the world's largest library. It's just that all the books are on the floor. ~ John Allen Paulos,
420:The Internet offers authors and their readers a new diversity of opportunities and freedom. ~ Frederick Forsyth,
421:Getting information from the internet is like getting a glass of water from the Niagara Falls. ~ Arthur C Clarke,
422:I don't even want to have things associated with my name on the internet - it's very dangerous. ~ Karl Lagerfeld,
423:Music, even with these dial-up connections you have to the Internet, is very practical to download. ~ Bill Gates,
424:People don’t invent things on the Internet. They simply expand on an idea that already exists. ~ Walter Isaacson,
425:The cool thing about the Internet is that it's allowing women more access to their own history. ~ Kathleen Hanna,
426:The Internet has been the most fundamental change during my lifetime and for hundreds of years. ~ Rupert Murdoch,
427:The internet is a series of tubes, and all of those tubes are filled with Joe Francis' semen. ~ Theodore Stevens,
428:The Internet is in cyberspace, but we”—he paused for effect—“are in meatspace, get it?” Opening ~ Matthew Mather,
429:The Internet is showing us what it thinks we want to see, but not necessarily what we need to see. ~ Eli Pariser,
430:The Internet’s development is intricately connected to the political economy’s development. ~ Robert W McChesney,
431:We can literally unplug a country from the Internet. We ought to think about unplugging them. ~ Richard A Clarke,
432:When anger trawls the internet, Looking for a hook; It’s time to disconnect, And go and read a book. ~ Matt Haig,
433:When you want to learn about something, what is the first thing you do... you go to the internet. ~ Stephen Lang,
434:At one point I thought changing my name might help with privacy, but that was before the Internet. ~ Olivia Wilde,
435:But you know better than anyone how the Internet sees everything and nothing, all at the same time. ~ Leila Sales,
436:I love making videos on my couch. You can put those on the Internet fast. I can express myself. ~ Sarah Silverman,
437:In general, the Internet was not designed to accommodate deliberate failures to communicate. ~ Daniel J Bernstein,
438:I share every aspect of my life with the internet. Whether or not that's a good thing I don't know. ~ Troye Sivan,
439:It feels like every day or two, people on Twitter and the Internet are outraged about something. ~ Demetri Martin,
440:The Internet is an empowering force for people who are protesting against the abuse of power. ~ Rebecca MacKinnon,
441:[The internet] ought to be like clay, rather than a sculpture that you observe from a distance. ~ Tim Berners Lee,
442:The PSTN is like a well-manicured neighborhood, while the internet is like a crime-ridden slum, ~ Phil Zimmermann,
443:the Web transformed the Internet from an intellectual meeting-house into a commercial enterprise. ~ Nicholas Carr,
444:Writing, printing, and the Internet give a false sense of security about the permanence of culture. ~ Jane Jacobs,
445:Don’t allow the Internet to become your congregation. YouTube is a horrible place to go to church. ~ Albert Mohler,
446:I find it interesting that there are impostors out on the Internet pretending to be Werner Herzog. ~ Werner Herzog,
447:I'm a bit of a chicken when it comes to seeing potentially horrifying things on the Internet. ~ Katharine Isabelle,
448:I mean the Internet is like the luckiest thing - we have everything at our fingertips right now. ~ Natalie Portman,
449:In seven to ten years video traffic on the Internet will exceed data and voice traffic combined. ~ Robert Metcalfe,
450:I've compiled a book from the Internet. It's a book of quotations attributed to the wrong people. ~ Jerry Seinfeld,
451:Just move to the Internet, its great here. We get to live inside where the weather is always awesome. ~ John Green,
452:Net Neutrality is what makes the Internet so great - and so vital for innovation and creativity. ~ Justine Bateman,
453:One day they will invent a time machine and, like the internet, it will be used primarily for boning. ~ Dana Gould,
454:The internet is where some people go to show their true intelligence; others, their hidden stupidity. ~ Criss Jami,
455:The Internet shapes my life and work so completely that I couldn't imagine living without it. ~ Nicola Formichetti,
456:And do you know who wrote much of the software that allows you to access the Internet? Bill Joy. ~ Malcolm Gladwell,
457:As a writer I have to find platforms that can use this writing process. The internet is one of them. ~ Paulo Coelho,
458:But the internet, with its army of anonymous hatemongers, still tried to keep the absurd story alive. ~ Barkha Dutt,
459:Computers and the Internet have made it really easy to rant. It's made everyone overly opinionated. ~ Scott Weiland,
460:If i write a book it will probably be a book about how not to use the internet or a book of poetry. ~ Misha Collins,
461:I found Elvis on the Internet, I went camping with a young cadet, he showed me his bayonet. ~ Mary Chapin Carpenter,
462:Just believe me when I say you can’t trust anything you read on the Internet until you confirm it. ~ Seanan McGuire,
463:Running helped me learn how to deal with failure, and failure is a big part of the Internet business. ~ Chad Hurley,
464:Something will eventually replace the Internet. But it's hard to know what and when it will happen. ~ Reed Hastings,
465:The Internet is not a thing, a place, a single technology, or a mode of governance. It is an agreement. ~ John Gage,
466:With a public library card in your hand, you have access to the Internet and a world of opportunities. ~ Bill Gates,
467:Am I going to regret leaving Wall Street? No. Will I regret missing the beginning of the Internet? Yes. ~ Jeff Bezos,
468:Finally, we need to learn to withstand the transformative impact of the internet and of social media. ~ Yascha Mounk,
469:I predict the Internet will soon go spectacularly supernova and in 1996 catastrophically collapse. ~ Robert Metcalfe,
470:It's precisely on the Internet that the majority of the writing is terribly bad and uninteresting. ~ Peter Greenaway,
471:Meatspace?” “The Internet is in cyberspace, but we”—he paused for effect—“are in meatspace, get it? ~ Matthew Mather,
472:The internet creates more of an appetite for media - it doesn't replace physical books, radio or TV. ~ Marissa Mayer,
473:The Internet has become a hate-filled town square with no limits put on destructive verbal behavior. ~ Bill O Reilly,
474:The Internet makes money for you when you build something that is real and when it matters to people! ~ Darren Rowse,
475:The Internet, of course, is more than a place to find pictures of people having sex with dogs. ~ Philip Elmer DeWitt,
476:Children who use the Internet are much better informed than when I was young. Use this to your advantage. ~ Miep Gies,
477:For people who are desperate and searching, sexuality on the Internet offers an incredible release. ~ Volkmar Sigusch,
478:If the Internet turns out not to be the future of computing, we're toast. But if it is, we're golden. ~ Larry Ellison,
479:inventions of things which they had no idea how to handle (the atomic bomb, the Internet, the semicolon), ~ Matt Haig,
480:Net Neutrality' is Obamacare for the Internet; the Internet should not operate at the speed of government. ~ Ted Cruz,
481:That's crazy, because I had no idea what the word 'contraction' meant before I saw it on the Internet. ~ LeBron James,
482:The number of countries that censor the internet has grown steadily, and now stands at more than forty. ~ Matt Ridley,
483:Actually, watching television and surfing the Internet are really excellent practice for being dead. ~ Chuck Palahniuk,
484:described the Internet as “a series of intestines, laid out by a goatherd’s son, spewing bile at both ends ~ Matt Ruff,
485:Describing the Internet as the Network of Networks is like calling the Space Shuttle, a thing that flies. ~ Jon Lester,
486:Sharing information, art, music, and everything on the internet now has become a part of everyone's lives. ~ Girl Talk,
487:The internet has really messed everyone up. It has its ups and downs, but for a music artist it's a killer. ~ Ginuwine,
488:The internet is not something you just dump something on. It's not a truck. It's a series of tubes. ~ Theodore Stevens,
489:A young artist can become popular more quickly with the Internet providing instant access to ones work. ~ Jillian Mayer,
490:Explicit material is available in a variety of forums - from popular music to television to the Internet. ~ Tipper Gore,
491:It definitely changed the game. I happen to be in the game around [the time] when the internet kicked in. ~ Young Jeezy,
492:I think that new communications are wonderful and I am delighted to be a part of the Internet generation ~ Judy Collins,
493:I think that the Internet is going to be one of the major forces for reducing the role of government. ~ Milton Friedman,
494:Josh will begin disappearing into a future where the only place he and I remain friends is on the Internet. ~ Jay Asher,
495:My theory is that in the age of the internet, it's what you write, not where you write it, that matters. ~ Daniel Lyons,
496:Podcasts themselves cannot exist without the Internet - in a way they are a microcosm of the Internet. ~ Julie Klausner,
497:[The Internet generation is] not fighting that battle about who gets to speak; they all get to speak. ~ Jennifer Pahlka,
498:The Internet has brought communities across the globe closer together through instant communication. ~ Mike Fitzpatrick,
499:The Internet is the biggest double-edged sword in our technological history, but it’s not going anywhere. ~ Stacy Green,
500:The nature of the Internet and the importance of net neutrality is that innovation can come from everyone. ~ Al Franken,
501:We get sucked into the Internet and streaming information, and its time to just unplug and look within. ~ Jonathan Cain,
502:I think the downside of the Internet is that speaking-or writing-has become the point in and of itself. ~ Cate Blanchett,
503:The Internet has killed the traditional record business, but it's given back in the way of instant access. ~ James Young,
504:The internet is changing all forms of communication, and this definitely includes political communication. ~ Theresa May,
505:The internet must be used to maximise open communication and we should encourage the expansion of its use. ~ Helen Zille,
506:With the Internet, Facebook, YouTube, there's no such thing as an unbiased jury anymore. No clean slate. ~ Gillian Flynn,
507:You don't cruise the Internet looking for your name and walk away with a good feeling. So, I never do it. ~ Adam Carolla,
508:All forms of government ultimately are not going to succeed in trying to control or censor the Internet. ~ Rupert Murdoch,
509:A lot of what the Internet is showing is that talent is more disperse than gatekeepers such as myself... ~ Robert Mankoff,
510:Because if you can’t be your own weird self on the internet, where can you be? And what would be the point? ~ Felicia Day,
511:I think the internet and the web is just like a big consciousness of the planet, a big brain of the planet. ~ Paul Morley,
512:Selling through the internet seems to be a very good idea. There are a million areas that we can go to. ~ Jeremy Clarkson,
513:Somebody on the Internet thinks what you do is stupid or evil, or it's all been done before? Make good art. ~ Neil Gaiman,
514:The Internet has a lot of solutions. I found an insane way to trap chipmunks - it was too crazy not to try. ~ Wade Guyton,
515:You hear doom and gloom about the Internet ruining young people's command of English - that's nonsense. ~ Margaret Atwood,
516:As a result, we will continue to see more innovation on the Internet and on mobile phones than on consoles. ~ Trip Hawkins,
517:If people want to see you, they'll find you. If they don't see you on TV, they'll find you on the Internet. ~ Jimmy Fallon,
518:I hate it when people quote me on the internet, claiming I said things that I never actually said. ~ Martin Luther King Jr,
519:I have three desks. One empty for paperwork, one for the internet and email, and one for the writing computer. ~ Lee Child,
520:Net neutrality isn't a government takeover of the Internet, as many of my Republican colleagues have alleged. ~ Al Franken,
521:On the Internet, inside information is currency, and there will always be counterfeiters among us. ~ J Michael Straczynski,
522:The Internet feeds off the main press, and the main press feeds off the Internet. They're working in tandem. ~ Matt Drudge,
523:The internet has no centre and no hierarchy. All the computers that use it are equal – ‘peers’ in a network. ~ Matt Ridley,
524:The internet is ruthless. And people are very, very happy to let you know when they don't like something. ~ Charles M Blow,
525:There are poems about the internet and about the shipping forecast but very few by women celebrating men. ~ Germaine Greer,
526:There won't be editors in the future with the Internet world, with citizen reporting. That doesn't scare me. ~ Matt Drudge,
527:TV and the Internet are good because they keep stupid people from spending too much time out in public. ~ Douglas Coupland,
528:We are excited about Internet access in general. With better access to the Internet, people do more searches. ~ Larry Page,
529:You know, its really strange now with the Internet, with everyone having an unsolicited, anonymous opinion. ~ Jeff Daniels,
530:After all, the internet didn't surf itself; someone had to look at strange porn, might as well be Max. ~ Richard Stephenson,
531:Can you afford to ignore China? It's like saying you can afford to ignore the internet. I don't think so. ~ Richard Branson,
532:I really love the internet. They say chat-rooms are the trailer park of the internet but I find it amazing. ~ Carrie Fisher,
533:I think the Internet was the saving grace for Public Enemy. Before that, travelling the world saved Public Enemy. ~ Chuck D,
534:I've wiped the file? .... I've wiped all the files? .... I've wiped the INTERNET? I don't even have a modem! ~ Eddie Izzard,
535:Lies and distortions can be spread, via the Internet, in an inexpensive way, and the effects are astounding. ~ Tony Campolo,
536:The first step, and the thing that everyone has to do right on the Internet is make something people want. ~ Alexis Ohanian,
537:The Internet is an élite organization; most of the population of the world has never even made a phone call. ~ Noam Chomsky,
538:You can't throw money at the Internet to make it work - it really is all about the quality of the content. ~ Chris Hardwick,
539:As opposed to being on the Internet, there's something really nice about reading a book or talking to authors. ~ Hans Zimmer,
540:For reasons no one has yet explained, the Internet is at once riveting and a great killer of concentration. ~ Joseph Epstein,
541:If you feel it right now, on the Internet, you can tell them right now; you don't have to wait for anything. ~ Sherry Turkle,
542:If you're looking to make a basic living selling and playing your music, the Internet is all you really need. ~ Kina Grannis,
543:Just as we could have rode into the sunset, along came the Internet, and it tripled the significance of the PC. ~ Andy Grove,
544:Librarians! Librarians always know how to find out things. That was their job even before the Internet. ~ Susan Beth Pfeffer,
545:On the Internet, everyone squats. In real life, the squat rack is always empty. You figure out what this means. ~ Steve Shaw,
546:that thing you think everyone is saying. Make an effort to separate yourself from the internet. Read books. ~ Timothy Snyder,
547:The Internet has established a public sphere and developed a pressure which the government can no longer ignore. ~ Ai Weiwei,
548:The Internet is great for things, like finding the answers to things you pretended to know or stalking people. ~ Shaun Sipos,
549:The Internet is uncontrollable. And if the Internet is uncontrollable, freedom will win. It's as simple as that. ~ Ai Weiwei,
550:You can learn from the Internet but you can't be sure what you're learning is true. Same as life. Be careful. ~ Jael McHenry,
551:I see the Internet as the next big deal - I wanted to get in on it early on so I wouldn't get behind it all. ~ Bruce Campbell,
552:I think 20th century media were about tricking people - and the beauty of the Internet is you can't lie anymore. ~ Tucker Max,
553:Our big goal should be to make connection to the Internet as common as connection to telephones is today. ~ William J Clinton,
554:The Internet had opened up instant access to the world, but too many people used it as an instrument of hate. ~ Kendra Elliot,
555:The mere fact that a picture appears on the Internet doesn’t give you the freedom to use it in your presentation, ~ Neal Ford,
556:We know now that Donald Trump's comments are actually being used to recruit and radicalize on the Internet. ~ Hillary Clinton,
557:What's got me excited about the education space is the growth of the Internet over the next 10, 20, 30 years. ~ Reed Hastings,
558:With the Internet, if you erase something it just means you have to spend another half-minute to find it. ~ Gilbert Gottfried,
559:and FriendsThis is because unlike most high schools, colleges, or workplaces, the internet is filled with millions ~ Anonymous,
560:Thanks to the internet, I buy lots of music, but thanks to my easily distracted nature, I forget about half of it! ~ Al Murray,
561:The internet would seem an antidote to conspiracy theories and state secrecy, but it has only amplified both. ~ Sarah Kendzior,
562:The whole journey of style-driven subcultural movements is finished now in the UK. The internet kind of killed it. ~ Don Letts,
563:Try reading a book while doing a crossword puzzle; that’s the intellectual environment of the Internet.   BACK ~ Nicholas Carr,
564:When the Internet arrived in Ireland... it was like having Amsterdam's Red Light District in your own living room. ~ Tom Dunne,
565:I spend too much time on the Internet. But I do love knitting. Actually, I do more knitting when I'm working. ~ Amanda Seyfried,
566:The best way to get the right answer on the Internet is not to ask a question, it's to post the wrong answer. ~ Ward Cunningham,
567:The Internet is a big distraction. It's distracting, it's meaningless; it's not real. It's in the air somewhere. ~ Ray Bradbury,
568:I climb into bed and grab the stuffed alligator tight. Sometimes the Internet tells you more than you want to know. ~ Wendy Mass,
569:If you think you can experience the power of the Internet on a 1-inch screen, you've got to be out of your mind. ~ Martin Cooper,
570:In 1989, the Internet’s 400 early adopters were predicting that it would revolutionize how people communicate, ~ Warren G Bennis,
571:I was Patient Zero. The first person to have their reputation completely destroyed worldwide via the Internet. ~ Monica Lewinsky,
572:Niggas on the internet know everything. You could make a freestyle tape in the fourth grade and they'll know about it. ~ Cormega,
573:Now along comes the potential creative destruction brought by a different distribution methodology, the Internet. ~ Barry Diller,
574:Since the revelations, we have seen a massive sea change in the technological basis and makeup of the Internet. ~ Edward Snowden,
575:The ego-belittling truth the Internet makes visible is that none of us is as unique as we’d like to believe. ~ Peter H Diamandis,
576:The internet is like a garrulous friend—entertaining and inattentive, carrying on regardless of who’s around. ~ Jessica Weisberg,
577:There is a very personal price to public humiliation, and the growth of the Internet has jacked up that price. ~ Monica Lewinsky,
578:Everything you ever wanted to know about anything is on the Internet, all you have to do is know where to look. ~ Catherine Bybee,
579:For years, particularly with the advent of the Internet, people have been griping about lessening attention spans. ~ Kevin Spacey,
580:I'm pretty sarcastic, and sometimes that doesn't come across on the Internet. It seems I'm being rude or stupid. ~ Sky Ferreira,
581:Kids are taking PCs and the Internet to new heights. They're the ones that are designing the cutting-edge web sites. ~ Bill Gates,
582:The internet, Facebook and Twitter have created mass communications and social spaces that regimes cannot control. ~ Shimon Peres,
583:I am one of the world's dreadful technophobes. I was on the internet, but it's broken down and I've unplugged it. ~ Gerald Seymour,
584:I found out through the Internet that I have AIDS. I learned that I was dead. Where else would I find these things? ~ Layne Staley,
585:I guess I was just trying to say that the Internet is good at satisfying needs from a distance. Male or female. ~ Jonathan Franzen,
586:So I am a product of the Internet, and to some degree a product of this sensibility of constant cultural reference. ~ John Hodgman,
587:The development of the Internet has posed new challenges to national sovereignty, security and development interests. ~ Xi Jinping,
588:There's a danger of the Internet just becoming loud, ugly and boring with a thousand voices screaming for attention. ~ Matt Drudge,
589:The younger generation is surrounded by the Internet, apps, and video games. But somehow, my books make them read. ~ Chetan Bhagat,
590:Using the Internet as as vehicle to work with people is fascinating. It's sort of a Pandora's box of energy for me. ~ Jon Anderson,
591:Eventually, somewhere - be it on the Internet or somewhere else - I will host some version of 'The Daily Show.' ~ Marcus Brigstocke,
592:I don't even have Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. Why would I ever want to be viral when I'm not even on the Internet? ~ Mila Kunis,
593:I don't really believe in the Devil, but if the Devil is the Father of Lies, then he certainly invented the Internet. ~ Ken MacLeod,
594:I don't think many people anticipated how the Internet was going to revolutionize the way we disseminate information. ~ Larry Flynt,
595:If the Internet can be described as a giant human consciousness, then viral marketing is the illusion of free will. ~ George Pendle,
596:Kids are great. You can teach them to hate what you hate and, with the Internet and all, they practically raise themselves. ~ Homer,
597:The Internet is the Petri dish of humanity. We can't control what grows in it, but we don't have to watch either. ~ Tiffany Madison,
598:The Internet made the world smaller, so it's easier for people to hear your music. You don't necessarily need a radio record. ~ Nas,
599:The internet was supposed to homogenize everyone by connecting us all. Instead what it's allowed is silos of interest. ~ Seth Godin,
600:There's a difference between the 'moderate' overwhelm of a great bookshop and the infinite overwhelm of the Internet. ~ Umberto Eco,
601:Thing is: the internet's made of IP addresses, opinions, and assholes. It's what's there. That's the basic equipment. ~ Merlin Mann,
602:This is the moment when I should also admit that when the Internet first arrived I kept telling people it was a fad. ~ Gail Collins,
603:Dont you think dreams and the Internet are similar? They are both areas where the repressed conscious mind vents. ~ Yasutaka Tsutsui,
604:Five years ago, I wasn't getting questions [about blogs and the internet] from the TV/radio critic of the New York Times. ~ Joe Buck,
605:If my generation is remembered for anything, it will be as the last one that remembers the world before the Internet. ~ Lev Grossman,
606:I know that this is the internet, and we're all anonymous and all that, but really. It doesn't hurt to try to be nice. ~ Neil Gaiman,
607:I think if we ban certain religions, if we censor the Internet, I think that at that point the terrorists will have won. ~ Rand Paul,
608:It's so cheap to just release a movie. You can do it by yourself if you have to. Put in on the Internet if you have to. ~ Judy Greer,
609:I've never had an original thought in my lifeand there's tons of people on the internet happy to tell me just that. ~ Shepard Fairey,
610:Since I've got on the Internet, it's opened a whole world of wasted time for me. My wife says she's an Internet widow. ~ Mick Ralphs,
611:That,” I said, “is why they invented the Internet.” “I thought they invented the Internet for porn?” “That, too,” I said. ~ J R Rain,
612:The internet could be a very positive step towards education, organisation and participation in a meaningful society. ~ Noam Chomsky,
613:The Internet empowers individuals to play a more active role in the political process, as Obama's campaign has manifested. ~ Al Gore,
614:The Internet is a bastion of negativity, and we get to sit there and voice our cute, little, important opinions. ~ Roger Craig Smith,
615:The ties we form through the Internet are not, in the end, the ties that bind. But they are the ties that preoccupy. ~ Sherry Turkle,
616:With little trust in the press, there’s no check on the Internet conspiracy theories that rule the digital world. Barack ~ J D Vance,
617:Don't ever, ever, ever give up, because you're here for a reason, even if it's just to laugh at cats on the internet. ~ Jenna Marbles,
618:I guess there should be somewhere on the Internet that feels like a source of sacred truth. But Wikipedia sure isn't it. ~ Nick Kroll,
619:I like the type of culture that the Internet allows to happen. And, of course, for some bizarre reason, that is cats! ~ Cory Arcangel,
620:In this time of the Internet and nonfiction, to be on an actual bookshelf in an actual bookstore is exciting in itself. ~ Chris Abani,
621:I prefer being able to see my opponent. It is just different for me; I didn't grow up with the internet age really. ~ Daniel Negreanu,
622:It's the kind of democratization of the Internet that has led to the breaking down of barriers into the creative arts. ~ Kevin Spacey,
623:Jeff Bezos is opening a retail store and owns a newspaper. Turns out everything we thought about the Internet is wrong. ~ Aaron Levie,
624:On the Internet, ginning up fake grassroots support is called astroturfing, and the tactic is generally frowned upon. I’m ~ Dan Lyons,
625:The inner revolution will not be televised or sold on the Internet. It must take place within one's own mind and heart. ~ Noah Levine,
626:The Internet has become a tool to pick on people and ruin someone's life. I don't think parents realize what's going on. ~ Alexa Vega,
627:The Internet has brought democracy to so many other things. It's about time the Internet brought democracy to democracy. ~ Joe Greene,
628:The Internet offers immense possibilities for encounter and solidarity. This is something truly good, a gift from God. ~ Pope Francis,
629:We often think the Internet enables you to do new things … But people just want to do the same things they’ve always done. ~ Nir Eyal,
630:I have this really bad habit of doing things on the Internet and forgetting that the whole world is going to see it. ~ Maisie Williams,
631:I think if people want to see pure sex in the movie, they have the Internet and the extraordinary things are available. ~ Ivan Reitman,
632:I think the internet is a great marketing tool--but marketing is not my job. I'm a writer. My job is to write novels. ~ Bentley Little,
633:People are very reluctant to talk about their private lives but then you go to the internet and they're much more open. ~ Paulo Coelho,
634:Send these images of me through the internet out into the universe, where I will continue my out-of-body existence. ~ David Cronenberg,
635:Sometimes we do get taken by surprise. For example, when the Internet came along, we had it as a fifth or sixth priority. ~ Bill Gates,
636:Stealing is stealing. I don't care if it's on the Internet or you're breaking into a warehouse somewhere - it's theft. ~ Patrick Leahy,
637:Thanks to the internet, you can provoke thoughts of those in mansions, from the uncomfortableness of your shack. ~ Mokokoma Mokhonoana,
638:The internet has become a political space. I think that is one of the most important developments in the past decade. ~ Julian Assange,
639:The Internet nowadays is all sensationalism, and it's just terrifying when you're actually experiencing it as a person. ~ Bradford Cox,
640:Anytime you go digging around on the internet and into your world, maybe you don't want to find out where your name pops up. ~ Joe Buck,
641:Email is a 40-year-old technology that is not going away for very good reasons - it's the cockroach of the Internet. ~ Jason Hirschhorn,
642:Good telling of human stories is the best way to keep the Internet and World Wide Web from becoming a waste vastland. ~ Walter Isaacson,
643:I'd like to know what the Internet is going to look like in 2050. Thinking about it makes me wish I were eight years old. ~ Vinton Cerf,
644:It's getting harder and harder to know, when you find things on the Internet, what you can believe and what you can't. ~ Daniel Levitin,
645:Making a fool out of yourself and putting it on the Internet is one of the best bonding experiences you could have. ~ Genesis Rodriguez,
646:President Obama finally has his own personal Twitter account. Even John McCain said, 'Welcome to the Internet, grandpa.' ~ Jimmy Fallon,
647:The heart of blogging is linking - linking and commenting. Connecting and communicating - the purpose of the Internet. ~ George Siemens,
648:The internet wasn't created for mockery, it was supposed to help researchers at different universities share data sets. It was! ~ Homer,
649:The most powerful social media... it is not the internet, it is not Facebook - it is food. This connects all human beings. ~ Alex Atala,
650:The primary purpose of the internet had changed from supporting a knowledge economy to growing an attention economy. ~ Douglas Rushkoff,
651:If I get a computer and I tune it to the Internet, it will pick up the Internet from the invisible realms that I can't see. ~ David Icke,
652:I think we really made a mistake in separating the Internet from capitalism in a certain way that is bad for our country. ~ Esther Dyson,
653:Now everything is sold on the Internet and anybody at all who doesn't know a thing can give their opinion. ~ Catharina Ingelman Sundberg,
654:Phones are distracting. The internet is distracting.The way he looked at you? He wasn't distracted. He was consumed. ~ Stephanie Perkins,
655:That's the wonder of the internet. It's the power of numbers: get enough people to retweet something, someone might see it. ~ Aaron Paul,
656:The economy blows, or don't you read the papers?"

"Who reads the fucking papers? News is free on the internet. ~ Jonathan Maberry,
657:The problem with information on the Internet is that it is hard to verify its authenticity.” —Abraham Lincoln.     • ~ Elizabeth Pantley,
658:The wackos get their information through the Christian right, Christian radio, mail, the internet and telephone trees. ~ Michael Scanlon,
659:When Bill Clinton assembled the top minds of the nation to discuss the economy in 1992, no one mentioned the Internet. ~ David Leonhardt,
660:In order to pass the time I told him the story of the German who ate the other German whom he’d met on the internet. ~ Michel Houellebecq,
661:I think the Internet is going to open up a lot of possibilities with music, and the shake-up of power is exciting to me. ~ Trey Anastasio,
662:Most Americans want a sense of privacy. A lot of us don't realize how much of our privacy we're exposing by the internet. ~ Patrick Leahy,
663:People equated burning CDs with theft. That's not what burning CDs is. Theft is about acquiring the music from the Internet. ~ Steve Jobs,
664:The computer and the Internet are among the most important inventions of our era, but few people know who created them. ~ Walter Isaacson,
665:Trade on the Internet is becoming very widespread. The problem is our laws have not caught up with electronic commerce. ~ Susan Bysiewicz,
666:. But the Internet has spoiled everything—my family is able to get hold of me whenever they like. They might as well live nearby. ~ Ha Jin,
667:Cisco systems forecasts that by 2022, the Internet of Everything will generate $14.4 trillion in cost savings and revenue. ~ Jeremy Rifkin,
668:Like the early days of the Internet, the dawn of personal genomics promises benefits and pitfalls that no one can foresee. ~ Steven Pinker,
669:My point is, no one can stop the Internet. No one can stop that march. It doesn't mean that it's going to be smooth, though. ~ Michio Kaku,
670:Now, with the Internet, you're either five years ahead or you're five years behind, and the music game is catchin' up right now. ~ Pitbull,
671:Perhaps the internet has returned us to a world a bit like the Stone Age in which there is no place for a fraudster to hide. ~ Matt Ridley,
672:Surveillance is the business model of the Internet for two primary reasons: people like free, and people like convenient. ~ Bruce Schneier,
673:Taken together the Internet reads like the grandest character-driven novel humanity has ever known. Not much plot though. ~ Victor LaValle,
674:The great thing about the Internet: It gives everyone a voice. The bad thing about the Internet: It gives everyone a voice. ~ Harlan Coben,
675:There will be two types of businesses in the next 5 years, those that are on the Internet, and those that are out of business ~ Bill Gates,
676:By one estimate, genealogy has now become the second-most-popular search topic on the Internet. It is outranked only by porn. ~ Carl Zimmer,
677:Good telling of human stories is the best way to keep the Internet and the World Wide Web from becoming a waste vastland. ~ Walter Isaacson,
678:I just happen to put my words on the Internet because it’s the twentieth century and I’ve forgotten how to hold pencils. ~ Brittany Gibbons,
679:I said to Ramona [my daughter] once ... you should never look yourself up on the Internet. It's something I've learned. ~ Maggie Gyllenhaal,
680:I think that the Internet is really cool because a lot of young feminists don't feel like they have to reinvent the wheel. ~ Kathleen Hanna,
681:My view of the internet is that it is way overrated in what it’s done to date but considerably underrated in what it will do. ~ Tyler Cowen,
682:People who have so much of their personality invested in the Internet can’t really survive as whole individuals without it. ~ Mark A Rayner,
683:Sooner or later the Internet will become profitable. It's an old story played before by canals, railroads and automobiles. ~ Paul Samuelson,
684:The serialization through the Internet or through digital portals, means of ways of communicating, and I think that's great. ~ Keanu Reeves,
685:We cried openly over the ones we lost. We wept secretly for our smartphones, our cars, our microwave ovens, and the Internet. ~ Rick Yancey,
686:What would make it very difficult to take society back to a repressive time would be technology. The arrival of the Internet. ~ Hugh Hefner,
687:While the Internet is censored in China, the censorship is allowing a level of speech to take place that's unprecedented. ~ Ethan Zuckerman,
688:I don't really do anything with the Internet except check my email. I have a much higher opinion of humanity because of that. ~ Ann Patchett,
689:Language itself changes slowly but the internet has speeded up the process of those changes so you notice them more quickly. ~ David Crystal,
690:The Internet is like a town that leaves its streets unmarked on the principle that people who don't already know don't belong ~ James Gleick,
691:The magic words 'on the Internet,' if inserted into nearly any sentence, seem to protect it from normal critical scrutiny. ~ Nathan Myhrvold,
692:Unlike in books, there was no concluding page on the Internet, just a limitless chain that left her tired, tense, up too late. ~ Tom Rachman,
693:Where the Internet is about availability of information, blogging is about making information creation available to anyone. ~ George Siemens,
694:It's so thrilling. And not just the music. The Internet is changing the future of fund-raising. I'm thrilled by the potential. ~ Bonnie Raitt,
695:It was something of a personal challenge for me to come up with a business suitable for the Internet world and the Internet age. ~ David Tang,
696:The day I made that statement, about the inventing the internet, I was tired because I'd been up all night inventing the Camcorder. ~ Al Gore,
697:The Internet is the most important single development in the history of human communication since the invention of call waiting. ~ Dave Barry,
698:The use of the internet, the use of Twitter, the way protest movements developed...This is a different world. ~ Gus O Donnell Baron O Donnell,
699:Twitter is really a hyper-distilled version of how the internet should work - short bursts of relatively useful information. ~ Chris Hardwick,
700:I absolutely believe the Internet is passing from its free days into a paid system. Inevitably, I promise you, it will be paid. ~ Barry Diller,
701:I hate television. I hate the internet. I hate cell phones. I hate cameras. I hate everything that destroys creativity. ~ Billie Joe Armstrong,
702:I think that the Internet - and I do love the free flow of ideas on the 'Net - is like the wild west of the information world. ~ Vince McMahon,
703:My favorite thing about the Internet is that you get to go into the private world of real creeps without having to smell them. ~ Penn Jillette,
704:Nothing you see on the Internet is mine unless it comes from one of my albums, books, HBO specials, or appeared on my website. ~ George Carlin,
705:Prior to the internet, the last technology that had any real effect on the way people sat down and talked together was the table ~ Clay Shirky,
706:The future presented by the internet is the mass amateurization of publishing and a switch from 'Why publish this?' to 'Why not? ~ Clay Shirky,
707:The great thing about the Internet is, it has made it easier for people who are clever and resourceful to promote themselves. ~ Shepard Fairey,
708:The Internet has usurped the collective unconscious and access to cosmic consciousness has become difficult and almost primitive. ~ Marc Maron,
709:The Internet is a bright house standing above a dark cellar with a dirt floor. Falsehoods sprout like mushrooms in that cellar. ~ Stephen King,
710:What I love about the Internet and what I try to do on the issues is insist upon the ability to have bad taste if one wants. ~ Andrew Sullivan,
711:When dealing with the internet, I knew that people would have their own opinions, and I went into it with that in mind. ~ Laura Michelle Kelly,
712:When you go onto the internet, if you really rummage around randomly then how do you hope to find something of any of value? ~ Tim Berners Lee,
713:Blame the economy, blame bad luck, blame my parents, blame your parents, blame the Internet, blame people who use the Internet. ~ Gillian Flynn,
714:By the late '90s, those who were paying attention perceived the Internet as a 20-foot tidal wave coming, and we are all in kayaks. ~ Andy Grove,
715:I'm not even worried about the Internet, that ain't even my thing. I'm not even an Internet guy. You rarely even see me into that. ~ Shy Glizzy,
716:I think (the internet) is contributing to Chinese political engagement..access to the outside world is preventing more censorship. ~ Bill Gates,
717:Laptop computers dramatically increased the time people spend doing work. (The internet dramatically decreased it, so we're even). ~ Seth Godin,
718:Only with the Internet can a peasant I have never met hear my voice and I can learn what's on his mind. A fairy tale has come true. ~ Ai Weiwei,
719:The internet is necessarily public. It can be filtered-public or censored-public, but it necessarily has to be open and available. ~ John Green,
720:With the Internet, characters like Drudge could pursue—without the constraints and rules imposed by editors and institutions— ~ Jeannette Walls,
721:You can't gaze in the crystal ball and see the future. What the Internet is going to be in the future is what society makes it. ~ Robert E Kahn,
722:Along with planes, running water, electricity, and motorized transportation, the internet is now a fundamental fact of modern life. ~ danah boyd,
723:And God bless the Internet, because if there’s anything it has in infinite supply—other than ill-formed opinions—it’s cat pictures. ~ Penny Reid,
724:I actually don't think we're more divided than we were. I think it's more evident. It's more evident because of the internet. ~ Elizabeth Lesser,
725:I'll send you a friend request."
"You do that, sonny. I'm on the Internet every last Friday in the month, from eleven to three. ~ Nina George,
726:I sometimes wish that the internet had never been invented. Too many people with too much time to indulge their sick fantasies. ~ Robert Bryndza,
727:Obviously the Internet makes everything easier - you get people's addresses and so on and everything seems much more accessible. ~ Lynne Tillman,
728:People don’t have any idea yet how impactful the Internet is going to be and that this is still Day 1 in such a big way. Jeff Bezos ~ Brad Stone,
729:The internet brought many laudable things, but prosperity, stability, accountability and honest politics were not four of them. ~ Bruce Sterling,
730:There’s an entire genre of writing now that’s empowered women to type out their sex fantasies and publish them on the Internet. ~ Matthew Norman,
731:We often think the Internet enables you to do new things . . . But people just want to do the same things they’ve always done.” These ~ Nir Eyal,
732:Whether someone else would have played Superman better or worse would be up for a lot of debate on the internet forums, I'm sure. ~ Henry Cavill,
733:I love the Internet, and I love wasting time on the Internet - even though it sometimes ends up being not being a waste of time. ~ Claire Cameron,
734:In the fight for freedom, the Internet is everything, and we should fight to protect it from government encroachment and censorship. ~ Matt Kibbe,
735:I spend so much time on the Internet…I feel like I’m a million pages into the worst book ever, and I’m never going to stop reading. ~ Aziz Ansari,
736:It should be like a driver's license - no one can have an Instagram until they're 18. It's the wild, wild west, the internet. ~ Ingrid Michaelson,
737:The fact of the matter is that the Internet has brought together millions of people who trust one another for reasons that are unknown. ~ Ben Huh,
738:The mobile phone is very dangerous. If you're walking and looking at your phone, you're not walking - you're surfing the internet. ~ Mohsin Hamid,
739:When people talk about Web 2.0, they mean that when the Internet, the World Wide Web, first became popular, it was one way only. ~ Edward Snowden,
740:Church attendance may be dipping, but God can survive the Internet age. After all, He knows a thing or two about resurrection. ~ Rachel Held Evans,
741:I believe that the internet as an open platform for distribution could be a great chance for the diversity of film production. ~ Agnieszka Holland,
742:I do not want to live in a world where we have no privacy and no freedom, where the unique value of the Internet is snuffed out, ~ Glenn Greenwald,
743:I have one major problem with the internet: It's full of liars. There doesn't seem to be any way to answer to people lying about you. ~ John Lydon,
744:Live in the library, for Christ’s sake! Don’t live on your goddamn computers and the internet and all that crap. Go to the library! ~ Ray Bradbury,
745:My feeling about the Internet or anything else is that the more it tends to become a cult, the more I want to call it into question. ~ Bill Keller,
746:One of the most important things you learn from the internet is that there is no 'them' out there. It’s just an awful lot of 'us.' ~ Douglas Adams,
747:People have always been animals when it comes to sex. But since the Internet, it's become really out of control, in my opinion. ~ Andrew Dice Clay,
748:The Internet is the global brain, the cyberspacially connected, telepathic, collective domain that we've all been hungering for. ~ Terence McKenna,
749:Today, you always know whether you are on the Internet or on your PC's hard drive. Tomorrow, you will not care and may not even know. ~ Bill Gates,
750:Ultimately, in the Internet, openness has always won. I cannot imagine that the current competitive environment would reverse that. ~ Eric Schmidt,
751:We're afraid to move on, that's why there's so much nostalgia on the internet... 'cause we don't wanna look forward, that's scary. ~ Donald Glover,
752:Detective Raskin is working with the Internet department to back up the files for their use. Shouldn’t be but a couple more days. ~ Catherine Bybee,
753:Excuse me? You're a lady?"
"I bought a title on the Internet. I own one square inch of Scotland. And you're changing the subject. ~ Rachel Caine,
754:If you’re like me, you’ve sat and stared in fascination at the pictures of the ruins of Detroit that get passed around the internet. ~ Ryan Holiday,
755:I spend so much time on the Internet...I feel like I'm a million pages into the worst book ever, and I'm never going to stop reading. ~ Aziz Ansari,
756:I turned off my Google alerts in 2009 as I learnt that following yourself on the Internet very quickly becomes unhealthy. ~ Marina and the Diamonds,
757:The Internet challenges traditional ways of distributing and processing information and so encourages new standards and behavior. ~ Ethan Zuckerman,
758:The internet has been incredible in regards to the selling of my CD. I don't know how it's affected or will affect my acting career. ~ Helen Slater,
759:The internet has made possible a frightening practice of threats and intimidation - threats of unspeakable violence and death. ~ Joan Wallach Scott,
760:The Internet provides very serious challenges to our ability to keep from children the kinds of things that are destructive to them ~ John Ashcroft,
761:This is the most important principle of reading on the Internet: You must determine for yourself whether or not something is true. ~ Stephen Downes,
762:[...] to judge from the Internet postings that people have sent me, probably most of what you learned [about me] was nonsense. ~ Theodore Kaczynski,
763:Trying to, you know, persuade others to join our side. Trying to make the other side look bad. Just like the Internet always was. ~ Neal Stephenson,
764:Unlike films, which can be easily disseminated worldwide via DVDs and the Internet, plays struggle to find an international audience. ~ Katori Hall,
765:We're making a major move of the Internet, and runway. Polo.com is a natural extension of both polo.com and our collection business. ~ Ralph Lauren,
766:What's so interesting about the internet - I keep saying this - is the web has gotten worse over the last five years as opposed to better. ~ Tim Wu,
767:Even before smart phones and the Internet, we had many ways to distract our selves. Now that's compounded by a factor of trillions. ~ Jon Kabat Zinn,
768:I know that fundamentally, changes to the fabric of the internet, and sort of our methods of communication, can enforce our rights. ~ Edward Snowden,
769:In the Internet age, with the screaming on the radio, etc., it is hard to know what to believe and who is informed and who is not. ~ Michael Specter,
770:I think the Internet has real potential for building community. People all around the world talking to each other can't be a bad thing. ~ Greg Brown,
771:No one had yet figured out how to do a good job selling books over the Internet. As Bezos saw it, this was a huge, untapped opportunity. ~ Anonymous,
772:Once a cucumber turns into a pickle, you can't turn it back into a cucumber. And I've been pickled by the internet for a long time. ~ Melissa Broder,
773:The internet is amazing because it connects us with one another. But it’s also horrific because . . . it connects us with one another. ~ Felicia Day,
774:There's an idea out there that salespeople have actually been obliterated by the Internet, which is just not supported by the facts. ~ Daniel H Pink,
775:Even reading the news feed on the Internet, you can sense which information is credible among all the thousands of propagandist lies. ~ Andrey Kurkov,
776:I was an early adopter: have been on the internet continuously since late 1989, barring a six-month loss of access in the early 90s. ~ Charles Stross,
777:Most of us employ the Internet not to seek the best information, but rather to select information that confirms our prejudices . ~ Nicholas D Kristof,
778:The damp floor of the Internet sprouted Lecter theories like toadstools and sightings of the doctor rivaled those of Elvis in number. ~ Thomas Harris,
779:The economics of the Internet created a twisted set of incentives that make traffic more important—and more profitable—than the truth. ~ Ryan Holiday,
780:The NSA has the capacity to keep track of everything we do on the phone and on the internet.[Barack] Obama has done nothing about that. ~ Nat Hentoff,
781:wireless network from his cellphone to connect the computer to the internet and download the information Dr. Ortega had left for them. ~ Nick Thacker,
782:Women like to use products that other women say work. The Internet will be a big opportunity, but you cant smell a fragrance there yet. ~ Andrea Jung,
783:Any business that is looking for new customers needs to understand the Internet and how to market their goods or services through it. ~ Eric Lefkofsky,
784:He was one of thousands of people who scraped by filtering reality through their ideology and then yelling really loudly at the internet. ~ Hank Green,
785:I had had a lot of experience in bringing the Internet to Australia, and I saw that knowledge in the hands of people achieves reform. ~ Julian Assange,
786:I study my competition for at least an hour a day. I get on the internet, look at what they doing, then I look at ways to defeat them. ~ Freddie Gibbs,
787:I wanted to highlight the destruction in Gaza by posting photos on my website - but on the internet, people only look at pictures of kittens. ~ Banksy,
788:I want to fall in love with the internet, but I haven't fallen in love with it yet, because I still have not given love on the internet. ~ Terence Koh,
789:Judging by everyone's excitement, this day will always be remembered at the loading dock as the day 'Larry made it on the internet'. ~ Brandon Stanton,
790:Since in the age of the internet we are all publishers, each of us bears some private responsibility for the public’s sense of truth. ~ Timothy Snyder,
791:I think the Internet and technology in general has changed everything. We can see it overseas even more with the Arab Spring and so forth. ~ Jane Fonda,
792:I think we have a very skewed idea of what sex is nowadays. TV, video games and the Internet are set up to raise men to be predators. ~ Pamela Anderson,
793:maximizing the Internet’s ability to provide a superior selection of products as compared to those available at traditional retail stores. ~ Brad Stone,
794:Search, which is extremely important, represents about 5% of the page views on the Internet and 40% of the revenue. So, highly monetized. ~ Terry Semel,
795:So, what does it mean for teaching and learning programming when the solution to every beginner problem is available on the Internet? ~ Cay S Horstmann,
796:Technology really has turned out to be a wonderful thing. . . . So Americans really are tuning in in positive ways on the Internet. ~ William J Clinton,
797:The best thing about the Internet is that it's limited to however you want to do it. You don't gotta talk to everybody, just use it as a outlet. ~ E 40,
798:The internet has a way of mainstreaming everything. Any artist, any musician, any sexual kink, any political view point, it's all there. ~ Arthur Jones,
799:The Internet is a fantastic, strange place where you can write an open letter and be reasonably assured that people are going to read it. ~ Chris Weitz,
800:the Internet is brilliantly efficient at shifting information from the hands of those who have it into the hands of those who do not. ~ Steven D Levitt,
801:The Internet kept the joke going. Abevigoda.com was devoted to updating the actor's status, as was @AbeVigodaUpdate, a Twitter account. ~ Audie Cornish,
802:There are some scary statistics out there: one in five kids aged 10-17 have received a sexual solicitation or approach via the Internet. ~ Mark Kennedy,
803:There is not one shred of evidence that the Internet has had any downward influence on North American or European newspaper circulation. ~ Conrad Black,
804:When I was your age, we didn't have the Internet in our pants. We didn't even have the Internet not in our pants. That's how bad it was. ~ Dick Costolo,
805:With YouTube - with the Internet in general - you have information overload. The people who dont necessarily get credit are the curators. ~ Chad Hurley,
806:At first glance, there's a lot of sex on the Internet. Or not at first glance: nobody can find anything on the Internet at first glance. ~ Patrick Leahy,
807:between 50 billion and 1 trillion devices will be connected to the Internet in this decade, resulting in $14.4 trillion of economic impact. ~ David Rose,
808:By placing intelligence at the edges rather than control in the middle of the network, the Internet has created a platform for innovation. ~ Vinton Cerf,
809:How did my parents live before texting? Before the internet? I’m used to knowing things and all of this unknowing is driving me mad. ~ Stephanie Perkins,
810:Ironically, as a result of his move to the country, Cosell- one of the fathers of the Internet-now has only dial-up access from his home. ~ Peter Seibel,
811:It seems like there'd be no Donald Trump without the internet, first of all. He's a tweeter, which is basically just a bullhorn. ~ John Cameron Mitchell,
812:Success on the Web require high-level corporate understanding of the Internet's capabilities and support of early test-and-invest projects. ~ Bill Gates,
813:the nightmare of 1984 is gone, with the Internet changing from an instrument of terror into an instrument of democracy. Out of the cacophony ~ Anonymous,
814:2 percent of America’s electricity now goes to keeping the Internet cool, to keeping the link unbroken, for America and for the world. ~ Simon Winchester,
815:All the people saying mean things about me on the Internet are gonna be dead in four hundred and thirty-three days,” she said, deadpan. ~ Neal Stephenson,
816:A whole host of functions that were once performed without the Internet now can only be performed with the Internet. There is no fallback. ~ Bill Clinton,
817:Because of the internet, satellite TV, and the digital world, you can stay in touch, you can learn about other people from a young age. ~ Viggo Mortensen,
818:In America we're in this awful situation, and you know, I hardly get any royalties anymore because music is just stolen from the internet. ~ Terry Bozzio,
819:The internet and online communication is the window into your world - but real life, in person communication / connection is the door. ~ Rasheed Ogunlaru,
820:The Internet had been a BIG help with my career. My advice to musicians, Internet is the key. It gets your music heard all across the world. ~ Soulja Boy,
821:there’s an old saying: peek not through a knothole, lest ye be vexed. Was there ever a bigger knothole in human history than the internet? ~ Stephen King,
822:What Erasmus called ingratitudo vulgi, the ingratitude of the masses, is increasing in the age of globalization and the Internet. ~ Nassim Nicholas Taleb,
823:With respect to the Internet and emails, this does not apply to U.S. citizens and it does not apply to people living in the United States. ~ Barack Obama,
824:And don’t try to make yourself an extended family out of ghosts on the Internet. Get yourself a Harley and join the Hell’s Angels instead. ~ Kurt Vonnegut,
825:Blogging and the Internet allow us to engage in a lot more real time conversations as opposed to a one-way dump of information or a message. ~ Indra Nooyi,
826:But the power of science lies in open publication, which, with the rise of the Internet, is no longer constrained by the price of paper. ~ Michael Shermer,
827:I'd bet Sony has some similar stuff up their sleeves they're just playing on the internet outrage for free PR. You're all being played! ~ Cliff Bleszinski,
828:In the new music landscape, with is the democratization of the internet and music in general, I think it can be a lot more collaborative. ~ Adrian Grenier,
829:I watched the footage of Saddam being executed, and it really made me think...is there nothing on the internet that I won't masturbate to? ~ Frankie Boyle,
830:Newspapers and magazines didn't want pictures of musicians behaving badly back then. Now, because of the Internet, that's all the media wants. ~ Mick Rock,
831:The Internet is not a place. It’s a great void, a black hole, from which you can call up an incredible amount of disorganized information. ~ Eleanor Antin,
832:The Internet, which seems now so embedded and personal and crucial to our lives, isn't at all - we really shouldn't think of it that way. ~ Louise Erdrich,
833:Unfortunately I think the Internet knows more about me than I do. I usually look it up to see what I'm going to be doing that next week. ~ Travis Pastrana,
834:As the Internet breaks down the last justifications for a professional class of politicians, it also builds up the tools for replacing them. ~ Aaron Swartz,
835:At least 35 years ago, you didn't have the internet telling you every single thing that happened in every school and college around the world. ~ Judy Greer,
836:Eventually you won't think of 'the Internet business.' You'll think of it more like news, weather, sports, but even that taxonomy isn't clear. ~ Bill Gates,
837:I like what the internet offers: the ability to get people interested in your mind, and have a chance if you're not conventionally attractive. ~ Roxane Gay,
838:It's so crazy with the Internet and being able to play shows to people who are actually interested in you. I feel so lucky when that happens. ~ Mac DeMarco,
839:I've been really lucky. People have been nice to me on the internet. That's the reason why I couldn't figure out what was wrong with me. ~ Erika M Anderson,
840:No matter how much it's growing, the Internet still is a pretty specific demographic. It doesn't necessarily represent the general populace. ~ Andy Samberg,
841:Now, more than ever, the Internet must be wielded along with other media to cast bright lights on all who would destroy freedom in the world. ~ Vinton Cerf,
842:When it comes to the internet, when it comes to the United States' technical economy, we have more to lose than any other nation on earth. ~ Edward Snowden,
843:Certainly I'm not going to sit on the Internet all day and read what Sam from Iowa is saying about me. But I'm a sponge. I've always been a sponge. ~ Eminem,
844:Google is in an amazing position to be the target of tons of lawsuits that will set precedent for many important things for us on the Internet. ~ Joichi Ito,
845:I have a huge record and cd collection of all kinds of great classical, jazz and all music but I find the internet very accessible and quick. ~ Aaron Zigman,
846:I've learned a lot about things because of the Internet. I'm happy with it, but it's a long road for me. I'm still definitely a little anti. ~ Patrick Stump,
847:Library-denigrators, pay heed:suggesting that the Internet is a viable substitute for libraries is like saying porn could replace your wife. ~ Joanne Harris,
848:The control is shifting because of the democratisation of the internet. My industry is very good at building walls to stop people getting in. ~ Kevin Spacey,
849:The democratization of the Internet is integrally related to the democratization of the political economy. They rise and fall together. ~ Robert W McChesney,
850:The internet creates chaos and a dangerous kind of piracy but makes the viewer much more active and gives the voice to minority players. ~ Agnieszka Holland,
851:The Internet is overrated. It's much smaller an innovation than people think it is. I don't think it's changed the way anybody makes music. ~ Elvis Costello,
852:There are other people on the Internet. It's awesome. You get all the benefits of 'other people' without the body odor and the eye contact. ~ Rainbow Rowell,
853:What's new is this amazingly efficient distribution system for stolen property called the Internet - and no one's gonna shut down the Internet. ~ Steve Jobs,
854:Library-denigrators, pay heed: suggesting that the Internet is a viable substitute for libraries is like saying porn could replace your wife. ~ Joanne Harris,
855:Stand-up comedy is tough right now. Anybody can come to a concert, tape you, and put you up on the Internet. You either fight it or embrace it. ~ Jeff Dunham,
856:The Internet is a special place people can go to say all the extra-egregious things they are way too cowardly to say to your face. Writing ~ Brittany Gibbons,
857:The Internet is like closing time at a blue-collar bar in Boston. Everyone’s drunk and ugly and they’re going to pass out in a few minutes. ~ Leon Wieseltier,
858:the spirit of the Internet.” This spirit is a powerful myth concocted by overzealous legal activists, and the sooner we bury it, the better. ~ Evgeny Morozov,
859:The world now knows that US telcos give the NSA access to the Internet backbone and that US cloud providers give it access to user accounts. ~ Bruce Schneier,
860:Thus it is that the Internet, once heralded as an exciting new medium of communication, is now little more than a vast mail-order catalogue. ~ Tom Hodgkinson,
861:We can get the Internet on our mobiles and send vehicles to Mars but, mentally and emotionally, we still live as we did back in the Dark Ages; ~ Samuel Bj rk,
862:We can't ever forget that the Internet now is just a staid utility. The exciting platforms are software applications that are very, very simple. ~ Mark Cuban,
863:Even if the person doesn't know what the internet can do, we can bring it to them and show how it can make a difference in their lives. ~ Jackie Joyner Kersee,
864:My opinion, young people go to the Internet. To the Internet distribution system right now, you put it up there and it's accessed by the world. ~ Barry Diller,
865:The American revolutionaries believed in the power of the word. But they had only word of mouth and the printing press. We have the Internet. ~ Robert Darnton,
866:The internet in hotels should be free - and I really resent it when they charge you five dollars for a bottle of water beside your bed. ~ Francis Ford Coppola,
867:The internet, in other words, may be the best forum for crime, but it is also the best forum for free and fair exchange the world has ever seen. ~ Matt Ridley,
868:The Internet is a communication medium that allows for the first time, the communication of many to many, in chosen time, on a global scale. ~ Manuel Castells,
869:The Internet of Money, bitcoin, is releasing 50 yrs. of pent up innovation in finance, because it offers innovation without permission. ~ Andreas Antonopoulos,
870:The problem with the Internet startup craze isn’t that too many people are starting companies; it’s that too many people aren’t sticking with it. ~ Steve Jobs,
871:Thirty years ago, the Pandora's box of the Internet wasn't yet a fact of life, and celebrities inhabited a more remote, hard-to-reach plane. ~ Christine Sneed,
872:We have an issue with kids' having unfettered access to the worst the Internet has to offer instead of the best that our communities can provide. ~ Glenn Beck,
873:With the growth of the Internet, 24-hour television, and mobile phones, we now receive five times as much information every day as we did in 1986. ~ S J Scott,
874:With the Internet there is even more fractioning since we are in echo chambers. With so much propaganda it is hard to calm down enough to listen. ~ Naomi Wolf,
875:A grisly story, but one whose notoriety Malorie attributes to the seemingly senseless way the Internet has of making random occurrences famous. ~ Josh Malerman,
876:Any outcome, any deal that doesn't preserve the freedom and openness of the Internet for consumers and entrepreneurs will be unacceptable. ~ Julius Genachowski,
877:I feel like the Internet has really freed everything up to an extent, hasn't it? That radio maybe doesn't have quite the power that it had before. ~ Chris Lowe,
878:If only she could have e-mailed or texted him, that would have solved everything, but mobile phones and the Internet were still in the future. ~ Liane Moriarty,
879:If you want to change the world right now, it’s not so much a secret how you do it. You put the secrets of a criminal government on the Internet. ~ Tom Morello,
880:If you want to transfer a few hundred gigabytes of data, it’s generally faster to FedEx a hard drive than to send the files over the Internet. ~ Randall Munroe,
881:The Internet is the first thing that humanity has built that humanity doesn’t understand, the largest experiment in anarchy that we have ever had. ~ P W Singer,
882:Her parents had no idea that you could meet people outside of school and it wasn’t freaky and the internet was the way of finding your people. ~ Maureen Johnson,
883:I don't have much racial stuff in my act. And no one's ever really threatened me to my face. Threats on the internet don't bother me so much. ~ Anthony Jeselnik,
884:Pigpen taught me how to upload code from the internet and how to get it on people's computers and phones so I have a back door to their network. ~ Katie McGarry,
885:The only way the Internet will continue to remain the thriving medium it has become today is to keep it under the control of the United States. ~ John Doolittle,
886:Well, the Internet is this miracle. It is an absolutely extraordinary idea that you can press a send button, and you are publishing to the world. ~ Barry Diller,
887:Again, you really won’t believe what people will buy. Oh wait, of course you will. You bought it first! This is why Al Gore invented the Internet. ~ Betsy Talbot,
888:Consumers around the world are more aware of the multiple global crises we face than ever before, thanks to information found on the Internet. ~ Simon Mainwaring,
889:I don't know how introverts survived without the Internet. Or with the Internet. Actually, I don't know how we survive at all. It feels impossible. ~ Amy Schumer,
890:I don’t know how introverts survived without the Internet. Or with the Internet. Actually, I don’t know how we survive at all. It feels impossible. ~ Amy Schumer,
891:If journalism is the first draft of history, then the Internet simply has provided a new means for delivering that draft far and wide very quickly. ~ Tom Daschle,
892:I have no internet savvy whatsoever, but I love researching things. The Internet is my library... beyond that, I'm completely intimidated by it. ~ Drew Barrymore,
893:I'm not computer literate. I e-mail. I know how to get on the Web, but I haven't crossed over into the internet world. I'm old-fashioned, I guess. ~ Katie Holmes,
894:I'm obsessed with shopping. I'll get these urges to buy, like to shop for stuff on the Internet. I search for all kinds of weird gizmos I could get. ~ Tom Felton,
895:I've loved the Internet space in terms of creative content control and ownership, the things I haven't had since I started as a stand-up comedian. ~ Kevin Pollak,
896:Magazines that depend on photography, and design, and long reads, and quality stuff, are going to do just fine despite the Internet and cable news. ~ Jann Wenner,
897:That's what's so great about the Internet. It allows pompous blow-hards to connect with other pompous blow-hards in a vast circle-jerk of pomposity. ~ Bill Maher,
898:The Internet is the first thing that humanity has built that humanity doesn't understand, the largest experiment in anarchy that we have ever had. ~ Eric Schmidt,
899:The nicest responses came from the people who told Heilman that advertising on the Internet sounded like the dumbest thing they had ever heard of. ~ Ashlee Vance,
900:There are massive efforts on the part of the internet's corporate owners to try to direct it to become a technique of marginalisation and control. ~ Noam Chomsky,
901:To fully absorb the lessons of the Internet, urge the Internet-centrists, we need to reshape our political and social institutions in its image. ~ Evgeny Morozov,
902:As an early adopter of the internet, I've changed as the internet has changed, and I regret a lot of the things that I used to believe or used to do. ~ Arthur Chu,
903:I am charging you with the protection of my mother and friends, not to mention keeping my younger self off the Internet. He is as dangerous as Opal. ~ Eoin Colfer,
904:Most troublesome is the legalization of 'crowd funding,' the ability of start-up companies to raise capital from small investors on the Internet. ~ Steven Rattner,
905:There's no real organised body, ... so through the internet people have spread their videos, spread photos, and spread word of a new urban movement. ~ Chris Hayes,
906:The stories about broadcast dying or it being overtaken by cable have stopped. Same goes for the stories about the Internet hurting our business. ~ Leslie Moonves,
907:Timing is everything. It is not so much about who you know, especially now with the Internet, because anybody can become a superstar overnight. ~ Frankie Knuckles,
908:Today anyone on the Internet can find out more about what you read, think, and earn than the secret police of Stalin or Hitler could have learned. ~ Robert Scheer,
909:You could take the Internet enthusiasm that was happening in 1999 and 2000 here in the U.S., and in China it was three-to-five times more ebullient. ~ Mary Meeker,
910:Calm down, all right? I gotta get back to this very important argument I'm having with a stranger on the internet about whether Chewbacca is a person. ~ John Green,
911:I feel comfortable tweeting things that I would never feel comfortable saying in a real life conversation, or even in other places on the internet. ~ Mira Gonzalez,
912:If you want to do anything, you got to go do it. Perform a lot, write a lot, make yourself better. Use the Internet, make videos, create content. ~ Hannibal Buress,
913:The internet is intimate. Everybody collects the art on the internet, everybody owns the art and enjoys it only for their self, completely selfishly. ~ Terence Koh,
914:The more competition and the more voices - that's why I love bloggers and anything else the Internet can produce in the way of new news voices. ~ Leonard Downie Jr,
915:As David Leonhardt notes, when Bill Clinton assembled the top minds of the nation to discuss the economy in 1992, no one mentioned the Internet. ~ Erik Brynjolfsson,
916:I am a guy who draws pictures on the Internet. I like it when things catch fire and explode, which means I do not have your best interests in mind. ~ Randall Munroe,
917:The Internet has changed everything. People will be discovered online. People buy music online. It's a completely different way to get entertainment. ~ Bette Midler,
918:The problem with the Internet is that it gives you everything - reliable material and crazy material. So the problem becomes, how do you discriminate? ~ Umberto Eco,
919:Being connected to the Internet means being vulnerable to coordinated actions that can knock down walls of secrecy and shatter mechanisms of control. ~ Jamais Cascio,
920:I'm extremely happy about music altogether, and the history that I've made. How I changed the world, music-wise, music over the internet and stuff like that. ~ Lil B,
921:I think the Internet has a way of coaching you into this state of mind where you think that every step you make needs to completely supersede the last. ~ Alan Palomo,
922:That's the problem with the Internet: You do a naked scene and then it's taken out of context and put on websites that have nothing to do with film. ~ Clemence Poesy,
923:The good news is that because terrorist groups rely so heavily on the internet, it offers new avenues for the U.S. and its allies to fight them. ~ Dina Temple Raston,
924:The internet gave us all the power of speech, and what did we discover? That victory goes to he who shouts the loudest, and that reason does not sell. ~ Claire North,
925:The internet is a great thing but the worst thing that it brought to the music business was piracy and it's made making stuff available really difficult. ~ Scott Ian,
926:Whether it's the internet, radio, television, there are always areas of debate, but you have to accept it. The media now has become an absolute monster. ~ Tony Pulis,
927:You want us to step in and render a decision based on an assessment of the effects of this institution which is newer than cellphones or the Internet? ~ Samuel Alito,
928:At one level it's clear that the dam has broken. There's an inevitable move to use the Internet as a distribution medium and that's not going to stop. ~ Paul Otellini,
929:For me, Amazon has stepped in and presented the future of entertainment. Obviously, the future of entertainment is going to be on the internet. ~ Nicolas Winding Refn,
930:I am dumbfounded that there hasn't been a crackdown with the libel and slander laws on some of these would-be writers and reporters on the Internet. ~ Walter Cronkite,
931:I get it that remakes are a drag to hear about. I'm on the Internet all the time. I know what they say. Like there's no original ideas in Hollywood. ~ Michael De Luca,
932:I have been involved in Internet-related policy for approximately one decade, and I have been using the Internet myself for almost that period of time. ~ Rick Boucher,
933:I live, I shop almost exclusively on the Internet. I've bought cars on the Internet. I watch television, I do everything on it. I even watch my son online. ~ Tom Ford,
934:I look at myself and read what people say on the internet and some fans say the club should get rid of me - which shows how fickle some people can be. ~ Robbie Savage,
935:Now, for my younger viewers out there, a book is something we used to have before the internet. It’s sort of a blog for people with attention spans. ~ Stephen Colbert,
936:So evidently music was a killer app and is a killer app for computer and the Internet; it just took the tech industry a long time to hear that message. ~ Thomas Dolby,
937:The Internet, the camera cellphone and the like have not only sped up the world's information uptake, but they have cheapened that which they capture. ~ Henry Rollins,
938:There are some bright spots, to be sure, but the internet is still in a Wild West phase, as was the case during the early age of the printing press as well. ~ Al Gore,
939:We start eating, watch television, surf the Internet, or go shopping and buy something. That gives us a rush of feeling, some adrenaline and excitement. ~ Geneen Roth,
940:Both the American people and nations that censor the internet should understand that our government is committed to helping promote internet freedom. ~ Hillary Clinton,
941:If the only hammer you are given is the Internet, it's not surprising that every possible social and political problem is presented as an online nail. ~ Evgeny Morozov,
942:Occasionally, I'll be on the Internet and see something about me and give in to the urge to click on it. It's hard not to. Usually, I wish I didn't. ~ Carrie Underwood,
943:The Internet is just one big gossip chamber - that's why it's so fascinating and entertaining. It's a fabulous platform for superficial communication. ~ Sufjan Stevens,
944:The problem of how to make the Internet advertising friendly bewildered and obsessed Madison Avenue for much of the 1990s. Advertising won. ~ Robert Waterman McChesney,
945:With the growth of the Internet, 24-hour television, and mobile phones, we now receive five times as much information every day as we did in 1986. However, ~ S J Scott,
946:by 2020 just 16 percent of people in the world’s poorest countries and only 53 percent of the total global population will be connected to the Internet. ~ Satya Nadella,
947:Even though there's these songs and whoever the hell put it in the internet, if there's any good riffs in them, we raped the songs and put in the new ones. ~ Kerry King,
948:I am a guy who draws pictures on the Internet. I like it when things catch fire and explode, which means I do not have your best interests in mind. The ~ Randall Munroe,
949:I never said I enjoy anything about using the Internet. I enjoy helping the entrepreneurs who are building this thing that I don't necessarily like or use. ~ Ron Conway,
950:Rather than being a cause of the late twentieth-century crisis, the Internet appears to have been a consequence of the breakdown of hierarchical power. ~ Niall Ferguson,
951:The Democratic Party had no idea how to use the Internet. They treated it like free money and then kept on doing all the rest of the things they normally do. ~ Wes Boyd,
952:The Internet has accomplished what even the most fervent consumer advocates usually cannot: it has vastly shrunk the gap between the experts and the public. ~ Anonymous,
953:US spend more on research and development than the other countries, so we shouldn't be making the internet a more hostile, a more aggressive territory. ~ Edward Snowden,
954:We created computers as an extension of our brains, and now we're connecting through those computers and the Internet cloud as a way of expanding them. ~ Tiffany Shlain,
955:When you beat up someone physically, you get excercise and stress relief; when you assault him verbally on the Internet, you just harm yourself. ~ Nassim Nicholas Taleb,
956:A final word: I am not knowledgeable about the internet. I do not have a computer. I guess that at 74 years of age, I don't have the patience to learn. ~ David Wilkerson,
957:And my personal favorite, which, should the Internet ever die, will be its epitaph: Chris McAllister @macdawg22 @natashaleggero your a stupid ignorant whore. ~ Anonymous,
958:Goodreads could be a source for knowledge but instead does all readers a supreme disservice by allowing the spread of false quotes on the Internet. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson,
959:I'm actually doing a show. From my shed. On the internet. But it won't be music or anything, it's more to do with drinking and smoking. It's an art piece. ~ Vince Clarke,
960:Rap is always evolving. It's easy for the old school to hate the new school, but it's a music that got a little stifled I think, by the Internet a little bit. ~ Ice Cube,
961:The Internet reflects the societies in which we live, and so the content on the Net and some of the abuses that you see on the Net are reflections of that. ~ Vinton Cerf,
962:The lnternet is turning economics inside-out. For example, everybody on the internet now wants stuff for free and there are so many free services available. ~ Uri Geller,
963:The most important ways in which I think the Internet will affect the big issue is that it will make it more difficult for government to collect taxes. ~ Milton Friedman,
964:The only difference is that, in the last 10 years, the public has been so affected by reality TV and the Internet. They really dwell on entertainers' misgivings. ~ Slash,
965:TV has a lot of problems, but I think the Internet and social media have a lot more. Under the cover of anonymity people say the most vicious things. ~ Martha C Nussbaum,
966:Although only 7 percent of Americans have passports—a shocking realization since we seem to be everywhere—99 percent of us have television or the Internet. ~ Alice Walker,
967:But people in masks were always assholes. It was a scientific law. Give someone anonymity and all social niceties break down. The Internet had proven that. ~ Chelsea Cain,
968:Everything now was so different: social media, the Internet, texting. It all sharpened people’s edges, made them the opposite of social. Turned them feral. ~ Kate Moretti,
969:I have a film called 'A Lonely Place For Dying,' which is the most watched film on the Internet, over 3 million hits, more than any of Hollywood's films. ~ James Cromwell,
970:That was supposed to be the whole purpose of the Internet, you know. To share scientific information."

"Not a Viagra- and porn-delivery system? ~ Christopher Moore,
971:The internet had yet to take off, partly because its commercial use was restricted until late 1992 and partly due to the lack of user-friendly web browsers. ~ Peter Thiel,
972:We need to be a leadership position about protecting minors on the Internet and, more importantly, giving the parents the tools they need to protect them. ~ Peter Chernin,
973:All of the information in the world is on the Internet, and the Internet is all around you, drifting through the air like pollen on a summer breeze. ~ Emily St John Mandel,
974:Crowdsourcing is a great way to approach creation because in any given point there's always somebody on the Internet who knows something better than you do. ~ Guy Kawasaki,
975:NSA has increasingly made use of a secret technology that enables it to enter and alter data in computers even if they are not connected to the Internet. ~ Glenn Greenwald,
976:The internet could have been commercial rather than nonprofit, or a national system instead of international, or it could have been secret instead of public. ~ Kevin Kelly,
977:We will have more Internet, larger numbers of users, more mobile access, more speed, more things online and more appliances we can control over the Internet. ~ Vinton Cerf,
978:What made the Internet so appealing was precisely that it afforded the ability to speak and act anonymously, which is so vital to individual exploration. ~ Glenn Greenwald,
979:Access to science is greater than ever before. There are more vehicles out there that grant the public access to science. Not to mention the Internet. ~ Neil deGrasse Tyson,
980:A great problem of the internet is how to filter information, how to discard what is not relevant or what is silly and to keep only the important information. ~ Umberto Eco,
981:Now I’m thirty, and most of my life is inextricable from the internet, and its mazes of incessant forced connection—this feverish, electric, unlivable hell. ~ Jia Tolentino,
982:So rather than face the bitter truth, China has placed severe restrictions on the Internet and enlisted America's high-tech companies as their Internet police. ~ Tom Lantos,
983:The Internet changes everything. People are online meeting boyfriends and girlfriends, you don't have to be out drinking and drugging to find somebody nowadays. ~ Larry Tee,
984:There certainly was a lot of potential in the air for doing a magazine which focused on the way business, in particular, was being transformed by the Internet. ~ James Daly,
985:We live in a connected world now. Some find that frightening. If people are downloading our music, they're listening to it. The internet is like radio for us. ~ Jeff Tweedy,
986:You can always find a stray negative comment on the Internet. It's like everybody loves to put negative comments on the Internet under the cloak of anonymity. ~ John Legend,
987:I don't like injustice. We're living in a time where, whether it's the Internet or tabloids, being sh-tty has become a sport. We're just grown-up bullies. ~ Jennifer Aniston,
988:I feel like contemporary art is everywhere now and with the rise of the internet, it's so much easier to see what artists are doing and to follow their careers. ~ China Chow,
989:It was a fortunate moment in history that I happened to be in. There was a confluence of the internet and all this other stuff that I was able to capitalize on. ~ Jeff Vespa,
990:Life is a full-contact sport, especially on the Internet. If you’re going to step into the arena, bloody noses and a lot of scrapes are par for the course. ~ Timothy Ferriss,
991:Obviously with the Internet and increased access to other means of watching shows, the audience has dispersed and is all over the place and that is a challenge. ~ J J Abrams,
992:The internet has done nothing but good for comedy all around. Comedians no longer have to rely on TV execs and club owners deciding if they are funny or not. ~ Doug Stanhope,
993:The Internet’s impact on the economy has been no greater than the fax machine’s….ten years from now, the phrase “information economy” will sound silly. (1997) ~ Paul Krugman,
994:The Internet will help achieve "friction free capitalism" by putting buyer and seller in direct contact and providing more information to both about each other. ~ Bill Gates,
995:The nature of business and government has been to build a surplus and self-perpetuate, but the Internet fosters and rewards smaller, more fluid organizations. ~ Esther Dyson,
996:You can’t search for the answer to questions that haven’t been asked yet. And you can’t Google a new idea. The Internet can only tell us what we already know. ~ Brian Grazer,
997:As far as the Internet is concerned, we're not talking about closing the Internet. I'm talking about parts of Syria, parts of Iraq, where ISIS is, spotting it. ~ Donald Trump,
998:As we all know, the internet is not a true friend of the music industry yet, but technology is slowly changing that. Soon it will work right for all involved. ~ Ronan Keating,
999:In the last one hundred years, we have seen the rise of the car, the airplane, the television, the personal computer, the internet, the smartphone, and Beyoncé. ~ James Clear,
1000:I think we should permanently cut off the internet access of any company that sends out three erroneous copyright notices. Three strikes and you’re out, mate. ~ Cory Doctorow,
1001:Now that I'm in the position I'm in now, I like to take all my creative ideas and put 'em on the Internet for my fans to interact with. Give 'em something to do. ~ Soulja Boy,
1002:People feel completely anonymous online. They can say whatever they want, do whatever they want, why not go the next step and kill people through the Internet? ~ Shane Dawson,
1003:The age of the Internet has precipitated a new worldview—one that can contemplate the possibility of distributed intelligence instead of top-down hierarchy. ~ Frederic Laloux,
1004:The biggest secret of the Internet is that it is inherently a direct marketing medium. In fact, the Internet is the greatest direct marketing medium of all time. ~ Seth Godin,
1005:The federal government seeks to control and regulate the Internet, but the last thing this Congress should be doing is trying to stifle public debate online. ~ Dennis Hastert,
1006:This may be the great Achilles’ heel of the Internet under capitalism: the money comes from surreptitiously violating any known understanding of privacy. ~ Robert W McChesney,
1007:As economic life relies more and more on the Internet, the potential for small bands of hackers to launch devastating attacks on the world economy is growing. ~ Evgeny Morozov,
1008:In 1962, we created the Filmmakers' Co-Op because nobody wanted to distribute our films. If we had the Internet in those days, we wouldn't have needed the Co-Op. ~ Jonas Mekas,
1009:In practice, the Internet functions more frequently as a hive of distraction, a simulated world through which most of us flit from one context to the next . . . ~ Steve Almond,
1010:I really don't need the public's money. I'd like to have something on the internet with charitable donation optional, where anyone can download my music for free. ~ Elton John,
1011:Isn’t that what we’re all trying to do, on some level? Show our best face to the world, leave the darkness within? The screen of the internet just makes it easier ~ S J Watson,
1012:I spend way too much time on Facebook and MySpace to feel too uncomfortable at this. I like to think of the Internet as an effective way to waste time and time. ~ Jim Gaffigan,
1013:Obviously the Internet has become something of a leveler; it was once a luxury to be able to reach a mass audience, and now anybody can do it, to some extent. ~ Alonso Duralde,
1014:Part of the power of the Internet is that information flows out there and it's generally not censored and it's generally not controlled by any single authority. ~ Barack Obama,
1015:The Internet make it easy to be deceptive. The Internet makes it easy to be anonymous and to lie and to keep terrible, destructive secrets from your loved ones. ~ Harlan Coben,
1016:Traditional television as we have known it will make love to the Internet and have a child. That child will be the future. It's already happening, and it's hot! ~ Aasif Mandvi,
1017:Yes, the Internet is a discovery tool, but no, you’re not going to get discovered that way. Instead, you will make your impact by uniting those you seek to serve. ~ Seth Godin,
1018:You have to remember the way the internet works, when you communicate with the server, it's very likely not in your country. It's somewhere else in the world. ~ Edward Snowden,
1019:Digital minimalism definitively does not reject the innovations of the internet age, but instead rejects the way so many people currently engage with these tools. ~ Cal Newport,
1020:If [YouTube] were to switch to Theora and maintain even a semblance of the current YouTube quality it would take up most available bandwidth across the internet. ~ Chris DiBona,
1021:I think as far as the music industry is concerned, it's kind of been the wild, wild West in a way with the Internet, which is not necessarily a bad thing to me. ~ Queen Latifah,
1022:I think it's important for people who love music to retain physical CDs or even vinyl, because it sounds so great and so much warmer than music over the internet. ~ Norah Jones,
1023:It's more egalitarian on the Internet - anyone can put anything up. But in terms of the money it takes to allow a band to get good, there's less of it to invest. ~ Chris Martin,
1024:It was common knowledge that big, bad city boys spent the bulk of their time sleeping around, coiffing their hair and posting pictures of food on the internet. ~ Gena Showalter,
1025:People say the Internet's made of cats. The reason isn't because of cats; it's because people like to have an emotion where they say 'aww' all at the same time. ~ Jonah Peretti,
1026:Radio and TV can still push a band, but things need to be shaken up. There is the Internet, but mostly what I see there is little kids on YouTube playing music. ~ Chris Cornell,
1027:seemed as if the Internet was governed more by fear: the fear of unpopularity and uncoolness, the fear of missing out, the fear of being flamed or forgotten. ~ Jonathan Franzen,
1028:The Internet contains everything in the whole wide world ever. I don’t know about you, but I find everything in the whole wide world ever to be a bit distracting. ~ Dave Gorman,
1029:The Internet is allowing us to get back to what's really more natural, which is that storytelling is a shared thing. It's our natural way to be communal. ~ Joseph Gordon Levitt,
1030:They say a year in the Internet business is like a dog year.. equivalent to seven years in a regular person's life. In other words, it's evolving fast and faster. ~ Vinton Cerf,
1031:According to new statistics, Pope Francis is the most talked about person on the Internet. And not only that, he has the most viewed profile on Christian Mingle. ~ Conan O Brien,
1032:Before the Internet came along, most people rarely wrote anything at all for pleasure or intellectual satisfaction after graduating from high school or college. ~ Clive Thompson,
1033:Facebook and pictures on the Internet have created such a different way of dating. It's not necessarily good because an obsessive quality can develop in people. ~ Alexander Koch,
1034:I do think the internet has killed the mystery of the planet. It's removed the pain, the passion, and the struggle - I firmly believe they're all part of creativity. ~ Don Letts,
1035:If you substituted networks for socialism, you got the Internet. Its competing platforms were united in their ambition to define every term of your existence. ~ Jonathan Franzen,
1036:I'm insecure, and I need the validation of strangers to feel whole. So, I need every single racist 12-year-old on the Internet to like me, or I don't feel complete. ~ Eric Andre,
1037:I'm not an angel, Jace," she repeated. "I don't return library books. I steal illegal music off the internet. I lie to my mom. I am completely ordinary. ~ Cassandra Clare,
1038:I’m not even pissed at the rumormongers. I’m pissed at whoever invented the Internet and handed the assholes in the world a platform on which to spew their venom. ~ Elle Kennedy,
1039:I think people do expect something a little weird to happen. Maybe they've seen something I did once on the Internet and expect that I'm gonna do that every night. ~ Mac DeMarco,
1040:I worked on local papers, before taking a job as a webmaster with a very well known telecommunications company in London, as I thought the internet was the future. ~ Neil Oliver,
1041:Just as the Internet drops transaction and collaboration costs in business and government, it also drops the cost of dissent, of rebellion, and even insurrection. ~ Don Tapscott,
1042:Scrub your computer of malware on a regular basis. Remember that email is skywriting. Consider using alternative forms of the internet, or simply using it less. ~ Timothy Snyder,
1043:The penetration of society by the Internet and the penetration of the Internet by society is the best thing that has ever happened to global human civilisation. ~ Julian Assange,
1044:Ultimately there's a dirty secret about the Internet, which is nothing disappears. All these companies have all your information. They have your search history. ~ Ashton Kutcher,
1045:When you find yourself on the Internet when you're supposed to be writing, you've already lost. It's even beyond procrastination when you end up on the Internet. ~ Noah Baumbach,
1046:Everything you need to know about a customer has been written by them or about them. And it lives on the Internet. All you have to do is uncover it. And use it. ~ Jeffrey Gitomer,
1047:Google’s access to high-ranking Obama administration officials during a critical phase of the antitrust probe is one sign of the Internet giant’s reach in Washington. ~ Anonymous,
1048:If you make customers unhappy in the physical world, they might each tell 6 friends. If you make customers unhappy on the Internet, they can each tell 6,000 friends. ~ Jeff Bezos,
1049:I think a lot of guys who are on the internet a lot, they're kind of anesthetized to some of the violent language and all that because they see it all the time. ~ Karin Slaughter,
1050:The free flow of information has become so important to all of us that in 2011 the United Nations declared “access to the Internet” a fundamental human right. ~ Peter H Diamandis,
1051:When you make the claim that something on the Internet is going to be good for democracy, you often [hear], 'Are you talking about the thing with the singing cats?' ~ Clay Shirky,
1052:Family is family over the internet, over Skype, over the telephone. Love is love. You don't have to actually go through some ritual to prove that you love somebody. ~ Ben Kingsley,
1053:I'm trying to stay open to the idea that the Internet is not the evil foe of publishing but the handmaiden that will turn out to be a blessing for poets and writers. ~ Joan Larkin,
1054:I think it is important to be aware that the Internet has replaced the television, and has become a place where the uniformity of human society is accelerated. ~ Yasumasa Morimura,
1055:I think the Internet, particularly the availability of information, is great. I do a lot of correspondence on-line and have a chat line to talk to my fans as well ~ Anne McCaffrey,
1056:it seemed as if the Internet was governed more by fear: the fear of unpopularity and uncoolness, the fear of missing out, the fear of being flamed or forgotten. ~ Jonathan Franzen,
1057:Makes me nervous someone is planning something in meatspace.” “Meatspace?” “The Internet is in cyberspace, but we”—he paused for effect—“are in meatspace, get it? ~ Matthew Mather,
1058:People enjoy the interaction on the Internet, and the feeling of belonging to a group that does something interesting: that's how some software projects are born. ~ Linus Torvalds,
1059:Sometimes I like to get drunk and buy things on the internet, and then I wake up the next day and find 'em on my doorstep, and it's like Christmas. I get excited. ~ Marilyn Manson,
1060:The Internet offers an interesting combination of advertising and community - by participating in the community you can become an advertisement for yourself. ~ Walter Jon Williams,
1061:The 'Main Street' retailers ... see customers come to the store to locate items ... only to leave and order the items over the Internet just to escape the sales tax. ~ John McCain,
1062:Today the Internet is run by private sector interests within the United States under the supervision of a nonprofit entity formed by the U.S. Department of Commerce. ~ Robin Hayes,
1063:We should never allow computers to make inherently governmental decisions in terms of the application of military force, even if that's happening on the internet. ~ Edward Snowden,
1064:What the internet has done is destroy film criticism. I would never have guessed that the profession of film criticism would be going the way of the dodo bird. ~ Quentin Tarantino,
1065:I believe that humans adapt to circumstance. The Internet is quite an unprecedented circumstance, so it's going to take people a while to get their heads around it. ~ Jarvis Cocker,
1066:If you could use the Internet somehow to see how a Fiji sailor is doing, rather than having to read a text version of it somewhere a day later, that would be great. ~ Dennis Miller,
1067:I hope that all new filmmakers see that the Internet and social media are helpful tools in establishing a fan base as well as being able to interact with your fans. ~ Lloyd Kaufman,
1068:Like anything else, you can use the Internet for good or ill. You can get out of it what you want to. There's no evil about it. The way I see it, it's a liberation. ~ Willie Nelson,
1069:Overnight, all comment boards became civil, all posters held accountable. The trolls, who had more or less overtaken the internet, were driven back into the darkness. ~ Dave Eggers,
1070:We didn't know the importance of home computers before the Internet. We had them mostly for fun, then the Internet came along and was enabled by all the PCs out there. ~ Burt Rutan,
1071:Although the Internet makes it seem as if you have a direct connection to the securities market, you don't. Lines may clog; systems may break; orders may back-up. ~ Arthur Levitt Jr,
1072:He was so immersed and implicated in the Internet, so enmeshed in its totalitarianism, that his online existence was coming to seem realer than his physical self. ~ Jonathan Franzen,
1073:I don't want people to see me fall. I mean, I got enough people cheering for me to fall now... The Internet has created some amazing place for evil to exist, you dig? ~ Steve Harvey,
1074:The Internet is a giant international network of intelligent, informed computer enthusiasts, by which I mean, "people without lives." We don't care. We have each other. ~ Dave Barry,
1075:The Internet is a graveyard, a bright malfunctioning littoral, and it is entirely necropastoral. But the necropastoral can't be sustained - it's non-sustainable. ~ Joyelle McSweeney,
1076:To get a big company moving fast, especially on a many-headed opportunity like the Internet, you have to have hundreds of people participating and coming up with ideas. ~ Bill Gates,
1077:Cats have been all over the Internet for many years. This makes total sense, as they seem to spend half their lives trying to stand and sit on the keyboards of our laptops. ~ Tom Cox,
1078:Freedom of connection with any application to any party is the fundamental social basis of the internet. And now, is the basis of the society built on the internet. ~ Tim Berners Lee,
1079:I'm glad to see the casual game play coming back now on the Internet, games that aren't violent, that aren't complex that you can sit down and you can have some fun. ~ Nolan Bushnell,
1080:I'm not an Internet artist, I didn't get discovered on the Internet - I got discovered pushing my mix tapes on the street, walking on foot, going to parties, passing them out. ~ Tyga,
1081:I should say here, because some in Washington like to dream up ways to control the Internet, that we don't need to 'control' free speech, we need to control ourselves. ~ Peggy Noonan,
1082:It hadn’t seemed real, standing down in the lobby and watching Beijing tear itself apart, but once I found out the Internet was down . . . well, that was the clincher. ~ Joe McKinney,
1083:Music felt married to place, and the notion of "somewhere" predated the Internet's seeming invention of "everywhere" (which often ends up feeling like "nowhere"). ~ Carrie Brownstein,
1084:Someone on the internet referred to me as 'that horrible little man who's replacing Rob Lowe', which is hurtful, because I think of myself as a delightful little man. ~ Joshua Malina,
1085:I don't really think about film or television or going directly to the internet. I just think about doing something that people are going to get excited about. ~ Joseph McGinty Nichol,
1086:It was really bizarre for me to go from being a very private and obscure person and then to be in any way on the internet - like having my picture or videos online. ~ Erika M Anderson,
1087:Steal my stuff off the internet wherever you can and don't apologize. Buy the CDs and DVDs from my site and feel free to burn 'em and share 'em. Then come to the show. ~ Doug Stanhope,
1088:The Internet boom had turned venture capitalism into a license to print money; half of the investment bankers on Wall Street longed to work for NEA or Kleiner Perkins, ~ Michael Lewis,
1089:The Internet has made me very casual with a level of omniscience that was unthinkable a decade ago. I now wonder if God gets bored knowing the answer to everything. ~ Douglas Coupland,
1090:The Internet is changing what entertainment and sports is. It's not just a few people authoring an experience for others. It's really growing out of what everybody does. ~ Gabe Newell,
1091:The reality is that the "gayborhoods" are going away. It's because of many factors, including the internet and increased acceptance, but mostly it's the cost of housing. ~ Cleve Jones,
1092:The thing about the internet is we take everything too far. Once something becomes "popular" in our realm, it's everywhere, and I get sick of hearing about it quickly. ~ Connor Franta,
1093:This place isn’t even on the internet,” Hutch said as though completely proud of himself for finding a motel that looked as though fifty murders occurred in it every day. ~ Lexi Blake,
1094:To learn more about science, turn off your electronic device and go outside and look around a bit. Nature is calling you. Go on. The internet will still be here. ~ Neil deGrasse Tyson,
1095:What we're seeing now, or starting to see, is an atomization of the Internet community. Before, everybody went only to a few sites; now we've got all these boutiques. ~ Edward Snowden,
1096:I am not a big technology person. I don't go on the Internet really much at all. Drawing is like a zen thing; it's private, which in this day and age is harder to come by. ~ Tim Burton,
1097:I don't have time, you know - I want to be able to get it [information] instantly on the internet and not have to think about it. Well, there is that phenomenon as well. ~ Noam Chomsky,
1098:I don't like the sound of my own voice. And, for people I don't know, their impression of me is what they read on the internet, and they're so far off a lot of the time. ~ Bradford Cox,
1099:If you can watch much television, then being dead will be a cinch. Actually watching television and surfing the internet are really excellent practise for being dead. ~ Chuck Palahniuk,
1100:I will tell you what I can't abide - and I think the Internet has really created a space for it - women criticizing other women and mothers criticizing other mothers. ~ Jennifer Garner,
1101:The internet explodes when somebody has the creativity to look at a piece of data that's put there for one reason and realise they can connect it with something else. ~ Tim Berners Lee,
1102:We’re at a point in history that whether the Internet is going to evolve in a way that’s compatible with democracy and human rights is really kind of up in the air. ~ Rebecca MacKinnon,
1103:I'm very English really. I even ordered a book on the internet, 'how to have absolutely nothing to do with your neighbors'. Unfortunately I was out when it was delivered. ~ Milton Jones,
1104:Right now, with social networks and other tools on the Internet, all of these 500 million people have a way to say what they're thinking and have their voice be heard. ~ Mark Zuckerberg,
1105:since a person couldn’t exist in two places at once, the more he existed as the Internet’s image of him, the less he felt like he existed as a flesh-and-blood person. ~ Jonathan Franzen,
1106:Sometimes things are a change for the better and the worse at the same time, like the internet. Or the electric keyboard. Or pre-chopped garlic. Or the theory of relativity. ~ Matt Haig,
1107:We mustn't forget we chose the name 'WWW' before there was even one line of code written. We could do that because the Internet as an infrastructure was already there. ~ Robert Cailliau,
1108:Back before the internet we had a name for people who bought a single copy of our books and lent them to all their friends without charging: we called them "librarians". ~ Charles Stross,
1109:Congress will pass a law restricting public comment on the Internet to individuals who have spent a minimum of one hour actually accomplishing a specific task while on line. ~ Andy Grove,
1110:If the Internet teaches us anything, it is that great value comes from leaving core resources in a commons, where they're free for people to build upon as they see fit. ~ Lawrence Lessig,
1111:If there’s one reason we have done better than of our peers in the Internet space over the last six years, it is because we have focused like a laser on customer experience. ~ Jeff Bezos,
1112:I'm a computer freak. I'm on the Internet every night. Sometimes I play dungeons and dragons with 15-year-old boys who think I'm a 15-year-old boy with a weird vocabulary. ~ Jean Houston,
1113:I mean, scamming on guys on the Internet? I thought that was only for forty-year-old divorcees who Photoshop their pictures in an effort to appear younger and thinner. ~ Lauren Barnholdt,
1114:I think in general in my teens I had a lot of crushes on men on the Internet, most notably Momus since I was in my late teens. John Darnielle was also another big crush. ~ Marie Calloway,
1115:The Internet was a saving grace for promoting and exposing, and even creating. It's a parallel world to the music industry that already exists, and I'm glad to be a part of it. ~ Chuck D,
1116:The purpose of a lecture should not be to impart information. There are books, libraries, nowadays the internet, for that. A lecture should inspire and provoke thought. ~ Richard Dawkins,
1117:There are billions of dead facts. The internet is a graveyard of dead facts. But an idea that grips a person is alive. It wants to express itself, to live in the world. ~ Jordan Peterson,
1118:After all, the internet originated around 1960 and wasn't privatized until 1995. That's thirty five years in the public domain during the hard, creative development period. ~ Noam Chomsky,
1119:All three networks have always had a morning show but now cable of course is taking some of that audience away and a variety of other things, probably the Internet as well. ~ Katie Couric,
1120:Around '93, '94, the conventional wisdom about the Internet was that it was a toy for academics and researchers. So it was very, very underestimated for about two years. ~ Marc Andreessen,
1121:Back in the time when life was easy, the Internet would have told me what I needed to know. The great thing about the Internet was it didn't care why you were asking. ~ Susan Beth Pfeffer,
1122:Eventually, if you had a printer that is IPP compliant, that printer will have a Web address and anyone around the world who can get on the Internet can print to that URL. ~ Robert Palmer,
1123:Fire has impacted every part of our lives - without fire, there would be no shopping, right? - that's how the Internet will intrude on our lives, particularly our kids' lives. ~ Jay Chiat,
1124:I am sure innovation will blossom around the world, given that the Internet and mobile platforms enable innovators anywhere in the world to reach a global market with ease. ~ Roelof Botha,
1125:If you don't see the Internet as an opportunity, it will become a threat. In two or three year's time, the Internet will become as commonplace in the office as the telephone. ~ Tony Blair,
1126:I'll tell you, I think that the Internet has provided an enormous boost to film criticism by giving people an opportunity to self publish or to find sites that are friendly. ~ Roger Ebert,
1127:In the future, you'll simply jump into your car, turn on the Internet, turn on a movie and sit back and relax and turn on the automatic pilot, and the car will drive itself. ~ Michio Kaku,
1128:I think that the book in some ways is the most interesting from our own present standpoint, particularly when we want to think about the way the internet is changing us. ~ Nicholas G Carr,
1129:I was on a killing spree until these guys on the Internet called me fat. That was just the wake-up call I needed. Now I’ve taken control of my life by losing thirty pounds! ~ Sarai Walker,
1130:People now, especially with the Internet, are connected. They have an expectation of behaviour, of accountability, avoiding conflict and fair and just competition. ~ Sri Mulyani Indrawati,
1131:The rise of the Internet has caused the demise of the record labels, and has destroyed the music business of old, but it's also created new opportunities for young artists. ~ Judy Collins,
1132:Too many voices all at once on the internet, screaming, just all the time screaming, sometimes it’s hard to be heard. Sometimes I think that the world is full of screaming. ~ Claire North,
1133:At its best, the Internet can educate more people faster than any media tool we've ever had. At its worst, it can make people dumber than any media tool we've ever had. ~ Thomas L Friedman,
1134:Do people you respect or care about leave hateful comments on the Internet?” (No.) “Do you really want to engage with people who have infinite time on their hands?” (No.) ~ Timothy Ferriss,
1135:Everyone now knows that marriage is not the only route to fulfillment, but the media and the internet tell of more lonely hearts and solitary singles than ever before. ~ Virginia Nicholson,
1136:[...] He says the Internet makes too many people loud, and too many people silent, but the loud ones are all we hear.. We have to ask questions to hear the silent people. ~ Brigid Kemmerer,
1137:How far away was the horizon in flat land? She had no idea — and, being a child of the Internet, felt helpless with no way to Google the answer. Maybe fifty miles? Maybe less? ~ Sean Platt,
1138:Human beings are human beings. They say what they want, don't they? They used to say it across the fence while they were hanging wash. Now they just say it on the Internet. ~ Dennis Miller,
1139:I didn't want make art about the internet at all. It's a really hard subject to take on and I did not set out to do that. But, it was real and it was what was happening. ~ Erika M Anderson,
1140:I like magazines. I love to look at a magazine. But the magazines have got to get better. Everything pushes someone else to get better. So the Internet pushes the magazines. ~ Ralph Lauren,
1141:I think it may be even a bigger story than the internet. You know, it's like saying, 'how big a deal is the internet?' The Chinese middle-class is going to change the world. ~ James Packer,
1142:I think that maybe people comment on the internet because they never know if they're going to be able to meet that one person and they want to have a say so, or what have-you. ~ Katy Perry,
1143:No Islamic nation could have flown to the moon or invented the Internet, simply because for a millennium the culture has suppressed the curiosity necessary for such a venture. ~ Mark Steyn,
1144:There are billions of dead facts. The internet is a graveyard of dead facts. But an idea that grips a person is alive. It wants to express itself, to live in the world. ~ Jordan B Peterson,
1145:Today's clunky smart glasses will be replaced by smart contact lenses. We'll command them by voice, blinking, or even thinking, to interact visually in 3-D with the Internet. ~ Michio Kaku,
1146:Unlike Michelangelo, I may not have church ceilings and museum walls to hang art on, to show what I need the world to see. But I do have lockers.
And I have the Internet. ~ Laurent Linn,
1147:Within twenty-four hours after man's most memorable and monumental encounter with an alien species, Nathan deduced that he must've imagined it—because the Internet said so. ~ Justine Avery,
1148:But then, I suppose, that is the thing about the internet. It is just an accumulation of digital information, with no brains and no feelings – just like an IT person, in fact. ~ Bill Bryson,
1149:I'm so thankful for the Internet because actors and singers and performers now have a way to connect with their fans on a very personal level which I think is quite special. ~ Ariana Grande,
1150:I was the one that allegedly "quit and joined my old band." That wasn't true. But it was said so matter-of-factly on the Internet that the guys weren't really sure what I was up to. ~ Slash,
1151:My constant focus is on being better. Should I be doing multimedia video production? Or seminars on the Internet? How can I do what I'm already doing in a more forceful way? ~ Oprah Winfrey,
1152:Pundits these days keep jabbering and hooting about the Internet being the greatest advancement. Web this, web that, and let the resident spider suck the life out of you. ~ Rabih Alameddine,
1153:The Internet "browser"... is the piece of software that puts a message on your computer screen informing you that the Internet is currently busy and you should try again later. ~ Dave Barry,
1154:The internet, wrote Nicholas Carr in The Shallows, his book about brain science and screen time, steadily chips away at one’s “capacity for concentration and contemplation. ~ Michael Finkel,
1155:The music becomes more pure and soulful when it's true, and it has to be true these days with the way the internet works, and the way the game works, everyone wants authentic raps. ~ J Cole,
1156:There are other people on the Internet. It’s awesome. You get all the benefits of ‘other people’ without the body odor and the eye contact.” ========== Fangirl (Rowell, Rainbow) ~ Anonymous,
1157:There is an underlying, fundamental reliance on the Internet, which continues to grow in the number of users, country penetration and both fixed and wireless broadband access. ~ Vinton Cerf,
1158:There're people all over the world that have access to Suicide Silence because of the internet and everyone that listens to you has a better chance to paying to see you play. ~ Mitch Lucker,
1159:When Sergei Brin and Larry Page founded Google in 1998, just 0.2 percent of the Chinese population was connected to the internet, compared with 30 percent in the United States. ~ Kai Fu Lee,
1160:But modern malware is aimed less at exploiting individual computers than exploiting the Internet. A botnet-creating worm doesn’t want to harm your computer; it wants to use it. ~ Mark Bowden,
1161:Even in ancient times, people would unite to a beat. Now we have the internet and events worldwide, our frequency can be shared. Everyone can express themselves to the planet. ~ David Guetta,
1162:It is very clear that voice communications is moving on to the Internet. In the end, the price that anyone can provide for voice transmission on the Net will trend toward zero. ~ Meg Whitman,
1163:It's like they say in the Internet world — if you're doing the same thing today you were doing six months ago, you're doing the wrong thing. Parents can learn a lot from that. ~ Bruce Feiler,
1164:That definitely I feel is part of my generation: social networking, communication over the Internet, whether it's Skype or IRC or some form of text-based chat, text messaging. ~ Duncan Jones,
1165:The constant buzz and pressure and noise and static of the Internet, and the way it makes young people feel makes it difficult to grow up and develop the way one might want to. ~ Ethan Hawke,
1166:You cannot make thousands of universities or hundreds of thousands of professors, but with technology and the Internet you can have great courses and make a digital university. ~ Carlos Slim,
1167:You need a new phone?” Josh asked. “God, I used to text so much. I miss texting. Don’t you?” “Not really. I miss the Internet.” She smirked. “You miss Internet porn, you mean. ~ Sam Sisavath,
1168:Five or ten years ago, when it was clear the Internet was becoming a mainstream phenomenon, it was equally clear that a lot of people were being left out and could be left behind ~ Steve Case,
1169:I'm kind of concerned the combined effect, not only Google, all these companies is kind of to make us more boring and that seems the opposite of what the Internet was supposed to be. ~ Tim Wu,
1170:I think the Internet has developed at this incredibly rapid pace because of net neutrality, because of the free nature of it, because a YouTube can start the way YouTube started. ~ Al Franken,
1171:Our whole educational and cultural system is not designed to provide those intellectual tools, so people are often lost and the internet often becomes kind of a cult generator. ~ Noam Chomsky,
1172:Symphony members knew much about science, which was frankly maddening given how much time these people had had to look things up on the Internet before the world ended. ~ Emily St John Mandel,
1173:The one problem with the Internet for journalists who like doing long form is that any story that's going to involve 16 screens on the web page... that's asking a lot of people. ~ Nancy Gibbs,
1174:The two parts of technology that lower the threshold for activism and technology is the Internet and the mobile phone. Anyone who has a cause can now mobilize very quickly. ~ Howard Rheingold,
1175:I'm perfectly happy complaining, because it's cathartic, and I'm perfectly happy arguing with people on the Internet because arguing is my favourite pastime - not programming. ~ Linus Torvalds,
1176:ISIS is using the internet to recruit. ISIS is using the internet to intercept and do all sorts of things to our country. We have to be many steps ahead of them, and we will be. ~ Donald Trump,
1177:The Internet was developed in large part by U.S. government research funding to develop new communications networks, starting with a network created by the Department of Defense. ~ Robin Hayes,
1178:Washington wants ObamaCare, the people want freedom. Washington wants amnesty, the people want rule of law. Washington wants power over the internet, the people want freedom online. ~ Ted Cruz,
1179:At the moment, most customers do not wish to pay the extra money for connection to the Internet, and for some customers, connection procedures to the Internet are still not easy. ~ Satoru Iwata,
1180:Exponential growth in access to the Internet, satellite television and radio, cell phones, and P.D.A.'s means that breaking news now reaches virtually every corner of the globe. ~ Dee Dee Myers,
1181:Google, Microsoft and Yahoo should be developing new technologies to bypass government sensors and barriers to the Internet; but instead, they agreed to guard the gates themselves. ~ Tom Lantos,
1182:I love films, I love movies, I love television, I love television series, I love the internet, I love anything that enhances images. But most of all, I love, love movies. ~ Nicolas Winding Refn,
1183:In China, the subversive dynamics of the Internet age—the rebirth of irony, the search for community, the courage to complain—had stirred a hunger for a new kind of critical voice. ~ Evan Osnos,
1184:One thing that the Internet has created is the sense that information is at your fingertips, when it's really only a very, very limited, specific, and slanted kind of information. ~ Will Oldham,
1185:That's the thing about the internet. It's really good at giving you pointless facts like how many horses a star owns, but not important things like how to invade his trailer. ~ Janette Rallison,
1186:The Internet bubble circa 2000 is the most extreme in modern capitalism. In the 1930s, we had the worst depression in 600 years. Today is almost as extreme in the opposite way. ~ Charlie Munger,
1187:The internet has allowed me to just be authentically myself, as opposed to having to perpetuate a certain image, and so I'm lucky that I don't have to fit into a certain box. ~ Amandla Stenberg,
1188:There are two things in particular that it [the computer industry] failed to foresee: one was the coming of the Internet(...); the other was the fact that the century would end. ~ Douglas Adams,
1189:This whole thing called the internet and all this other kind of stuff is about to go crazy. It's all going to change. But, you know what's not going to change? The talented people. ~ Jamie Foxx,
1190:We’ve been defined by everyone else and continue to be slandered despite easy-to-look-up-on-the-internet facts about the realities of our histories and current state as a people. ~ Tommy Orange,
1191:I think most of the important stuff on the Internet has been built. There will be continued innovation, for sure, but the great problems of the Internet have essentially been solved. ~ Elon Musk,
1192:The Internet is, as a communication platform and a learning platform, unparalleled because whether you want to learn something or share something, it's simply a few clicks away. ~ Alexis Ohanian,
1193:We all have so much access to the information on the Internet and in books, but we don't necessarily get that information in a usable way so that we can turn information into action. ~ Daphne Oz,
1194:We believe that within five years, 96 percent of British consumers will have access to the Internet, whether it be through a personal computer, a set-top box or a mobile phone. ~ Richard Branson,
1195:Well I'm a longtime AOL subscriber and I love the whole thing. I'm an email junkie and I love the internet, though 7th Heaven doesn't give me much free time to surf these days. ~ Stephen Collins,
1196:When you have strict censorship of the internet, young students cannot receive a full education. Their view of the world is imbalanced. There can be no true discussion of the issues. ~ Ai Weiwei,
1197:From the beginning, the internet has been dominated by white men. So if you wanted to be a part of the internet and you weren't a white man, you had to adapt yourself to their world. ~ Arthur Chu,
1198:I believe that Congress will and must act before then to renew its objections to multiple and discriminatory taxes on the Internet, as well as to taxes that inhibit Internet access. ~ John McCain,
1199:If the Internet is worth its salt, it has to help arrest the forces that promote inequality, monopoly, hypercommercialism, corruption, depoliticization and stagnation. ~ Robert Waterman McChesney,
1200:I love making YouTube videos. I love Tumblr, I love Twitter. I love talking with people I find interesting about stuff I find interesting, and the Internet is a great way to do that. ~ John Green,
1201:In the time I spend lollygagging over my whites and colors, Anna will drywall her attic, prepare her taxes, make her own fresh pasta, and start up a clothing exchange on the Internet. ~ Tom Hanks,
1202:It is possible to think that the Internet will be a net positive for society while admitting that there are significant downsides - after all, it's not a revolution if nobody loses. ~ Clay Shirky,
1203:Journalism has changed tremendously because of the democratization of information. Anybody can put something up on the Internet. It's harder and harder to find what the truth is. ~ Robert Redford,
1204:Laws the seemed to be about making the Internet more fair, making it more democratic and open...Woven through them are levers with which government agencies can control what's seen. ~ Dean Koontz,
1205:The Internet is ultimately about innovation and integration, but you don't get the innovation unless you integrate Web technology into the processes by which you run your business. ~ Lou Gerstner,
1206:There are websites that any government wants to block. The truth about the Internet is that it's extremely hard to block anything - extremely hard. You'll never get perfect blocking. ~ Bill Gates,
1207:Web 2.0 is the business revolution in the computer industry caused by the move to the Internet as platform, and an attempt to understand the rules for success on that new platform. ~ Tim O Reilly,
1208:All under the pretense of military application.”
He pouts. “No pretense about it. Remember, the Internet was a military application. And now look at how it’s changed our culture. ~ Chuck Wendig,
1209:Because of the internet and communications, the clash of cultures is much more direct. People feel, I think, less certain about their identity, less certain about economic security. ~ Barack Obama,
1210:Every minute a new impossible thing is uploaded to the internet and that improbable event becomes just one of hundreds of extraordinary events that we’ll see or hear about today. The ~ Kevin Kelly,
1211:Getting your first review is like getting your teeth whitened. You hope it doesn’t hurt as much as they say on the internet and you also hope it will leave you with a blinding smile. ~ Kathy Parks,
1212:How much available data could be relevant to doing those projects “better”? The answer is: an infinite amount, easily accessible, or at least potentially so, through the Internet. On ~ David Allen,
1213:If you add up how much you read in a year on the Internet—tweets, Facebook posts, lists—you’ve read the equivalent of a shit ton of books, but in fact you’ve read no books in a year. ~ Trevor Noah,
1214:I'm interested in Internet cultures. I'm interested in what the teenagers who drive the Internet culture are passionate about. I follow their lead - they go to tumblr, I go to tumblr. ~ John Green,
1215:The advantage of the internet is that it has taken away the charade of politics. China has heard of democracy and people know about certain concepts they wouldn't have previously. ~ Marilyn Manson,
1216:The Internet, and Google, and everything that goes along with that is awesome for some things, but not so awesome for other things. Because everything gets leaked nowadays. ~ Anneliese van der Pol,
1217:The Internet is both great and terrible. As a source of information, a tool for delivering music and art, it's great. But spamming ads and piracy of music is terrible. It's stealing. ~ Gary Wright,
1218:The simple-minded always look for something - if it's not pornography, it's DVDs or the Internet or video games - but I don't think there's anything inherently evil about Facebook. ~ David Fincher,
1219:The whole, 'Is the internet a good thing or a bad thing'? We're done with that. It's just a thing. How to maximise its civic value, its public good - that's the really big challenge. ~ Clay Shirky,
1220:They have articles, blogs, books, audio programs, DVD home-study courses, podcasts, videos, and more, all of which are extremely easy and cheap to create thanks to the Internet. ~ Brendon Burchard,
1221:We are offering to the American public a line of delicious Italian-American foods. They will be available through the Internet, shopping networks and national store distribution. ~ Rocco DiSpirito,
1222:When the Internet publicity began, I remember being struck by how much the world was not the way we thought it was, that there was infinite variation in how people viewed the world. ~ Eric Schmidt,
1223:By 2010, we as a species were creating more data per day than we did from the beginning of time until 2003. By 2015, 76 exabytes of data will travel across the Internet every year. ~ Bruce Schneier,
1224:For one of my specials, I said, "I'm going to make an airplane disappear." Okay! And the next day, everything went crazy - it was like breaking the internet before the internet. ~ David Copperfield,
1225:I tell kids not to be on the Internet. It's dangerous. It's not fun. It wastes your life. You should just be outside playing sports, instead of sitting in front of any type of screen. ~ Miley Cyrus,
1226:It's hard to be shocking now. It's hard to challenge people because the Internet has allowed everyone to become much more worldly, much more visual. It's very hard to surprise people. ~ Guido Palau,
1227:I would love to do something like 'Tosh.0,' where I host Internet clips. I did host 'Talk Soup,' which is similar. I love doing that, making fun of video clips on the Internet. ~ Cassandra Peterson,
1228:The last decade of Internet evolution has been marked by innovation. That innovation has been a consequence of the open and neutral access that the Internet has afforded up until now. ~ Vinton Cerf,
1229:If you add up how much you read in a year on the Internet-tweets, Facebook posts, lists - you've read the equivalent of a shit ton of books, but in fact you've read no books in a year. ~ Trevor Noah,
1230:I'm not one of those "omg texting kids rite bad" alarmists. I just think there's an interesting nexus where the Internet itself hastened language change when it comes to Internet terms. ~ Bill Walsh,
1231:In many ways, the internet made me feel safe (...) especially on Twitter, with its knack for facilitating conversation between strangers along shared lines of interest and allegiance. ~ Olivia Laing,
1232:It's important for us to explain to our nation that life is important. It's not only life of babies, but it's life of children living in, you know, the dark dungeons of the Internet. ~ George W Bush,
1233:I wish we had a more open discourse. It's just a shame that with our 24-hour news media and the Internet, people have become so fragmented. They only want to support their own worldview. ~ Jim James,
1234:Media used to be one way. Everyone else in the world just had to listen. Now the internet is allowing what used to be a monologue to become a dialogue. I think that's healthy. ~ Joseph Gordon Levitt,
1235:More and more people are able to access information - thank goodness we have the Internet and if you are interested you can find things. Which is different than even 20 years ago. ~ Edwidge Danticat,
1236:The Costa Rican government is prioritizing laying fiber optic over paving roads. Costa Rica is trying to become one of the Internet societies. This is happening throughout the world. ~ Reed Hastings,
1237:The Internet is just bringing all kinds of information into the home. There's just a lot of distraction, a lot of competition for the parent's voice to resonate in the children's ears. ~ Phil McGraw,
1238:The US government should be the champion for the internet, not a threat. They need to be much more transparent about what they're doing, or otherwise people will believe the worst. ~ Mark Zuckerberg,
1239:You can browse to your heart's content but it's hard work and not easy on the feet unless you do it through catalogs or the Internet, and I like to touch and try on the things I buy. ~ Judith Krantz,
1240:I did my gospel record, but there was nothing really of it. Maybe a hundred people bought it. But it's one of those things on the internet that people find and they make into a big deal. ~ Katy Perry,
1241:I wanted to see if you could put a prototype radio station on the Internet so you wouldnt have to invest $50 million or $100 million or $150 million to buy a transmitter and a frequency. ~ Tom Leykis,
1242:Televisions, computers, iPods, the Internet...It made her glad to get back to the world of ghosts, unicorns, and gods. That seemed much less of a fantasy than the twenty-first century. ~ Rick Riordan,
1243:There's a negative connotation to internet trolls, but at the same time this is becoming mainstream. This kind of speech pattern, the way people speak, this is common on the internet. ~ Rush Limbaugh,
1244:The Silent Corner: Those who are truly off the grid and cannot be tracked by any technology, yet are able to move about freely and use the Internet, are said to be in the silent corner. ~ Dean Koontz,
1245:Britney and I wore matching denim outfits [to the 2001 American Music Awards]. Yeah, another bad choice. I'd probably pay good money to get some of those pictures off the internet. ~ Justin Timberlake,
1246:How I tended to hold things close to the vest. How overprotective and paranoid I got sometimes. When he realized I’d fallen in love with him via the Internet while across the world. I ~ Megan Erickson,
1247:It's insane, the internet. Totally craziness. Like a little cancer. People can just do whatever they want, say whatever they want, be totally anonymous. It's totally out of control. ~ Terry Richardson,
1248:I understand the power of the internet, but I can't say that I'm there. I'm old-fashioned and living in a different century. I don't know. I just don't really understand the craze of it. ~ Ksenia Solo,
1249:I watched TV religiously when I was a kid, but nowadays - with the Internet - there's so many people writing about TV on the Internet, that everything's sort of under a magnifying glass. ~ Oscar Nunez,
1250:Technology has a lot to do with how the world is developing at the moment because there are very raw and pure and primal emotions that people are communicating to each other over the Internet. ~ Robyn,
1251:That's what the internet is: it's like bombarding your eyeballs with these myriad blinking colour lights. It's like trying to watch a movie on your phone in the middle of Times Square. ~ Michel Gondry,
1252:The Internet gave a place like, 'Oh, I'll do whatever I want now. Nobody's going to see it anyways.' Oddly enough, people started watching and I got more confident, comfortable with it. ~ Shane Dawson,
1253:There's so much information on the internet. But people don't need more information, they need 'aha moments,' they need awareness, they need things that actually shift and change them. ~ Jack Canfield,
1254:We live in a time where everybody has an opinion and everyone's opinion can be featured somewhere, whether it's an online column and everybody has their form because of the internet. ~ Charlie Benante,
1255:What has happened to the good old-fashioned travel agent? I want to go to a really posh travel agent and have them organize everything for me. I don't want to do things on the Internet. ~ Jenny Eclair,
1256:Every time a new technology enables more choice, whether it’s the VCR or the Internet, consumers clamor for it. Choice is simply what we want and, apparently, what we’ve always wanted. ~ Chris Anderson,
1257:Fans are giving me instant feedback on a chat box. I keep my fans close by working collectively as a unit. I figure as long as I do that, I can't lose. I use the internet as much as possible. ~ Bow Wow,
1258:It's a different world we're going into but it's all based on the Internet. It's all based on these connections. If you start limiting the connections, you're going backwards as a society. ~ Glenn Beck,
1259:Music belongs to everybody. Having a little clique of the industry tell us what our culture is... I don't think that's healthy. And the Internet is helping us get away from that. ~ Joseph Gordon Levitt,
1260:People forget already how much utility they get out of the Internet - how much utility they get out of e-mail, how much utility they get out of even simple things like brochureware online. ~ Jeff Bezos,
1261:Technology, I said before, is most powerful when it enables transitions—between linear and circular motion (the wheel), or between real and virtual space (the Internet). Science, ~ Siddhartha Mukherjee,
1262:There is so much media now with the Internet and people, and so easy and so cheap to start a newspaper or start a magazine, there's just millions of voices and people want to be heard. ~ Rupert Murdoch,
1263:To me, the last mile of the Internet that very few people have successfully really done. And this is like micro local. Things that really impact your life. And noone's leveraging that yet. ~ Sarah Lacy,
1264:True friendship is counted in memories, experiences, and troubles shared; it's a bond built up over time in person, not a virtual tally on the Internet. It finds you; you don't find it. ~ Connor Franta,
1265:We now live in a country with a thousand political prisoners, a country where each week there are new trials, where people are put in jail because they liked something on the Internet. ~ Alexei Navalny,
1266:I believe Facebook is going all the way. They're going to reach a billion members and will be the biggest company in the world. It will be a platform everyone goes on the Internet through. ~ Ben Mezrich,
1267:If you look at how many thousands and thousands of pages, Web pages, are being added to the Internet every day, it's the fastest growing organism in human history for communications. ~ William J Clinton,
1268:I mean, I was a kid in the Seventies when “the future” was going to be all flying atomic cars and holidays on the moon. What did we get instead? The internet, bag of shit that it is. Give ~ Peter McLean,
1269:No, you didn’t invent Twitter,” Ev replied. “I didn’t invent Twitter either. Neither did Biz. People don’t invent things on the Internet. They simply expand on an idea that already exists. ~ Nick Bilton,
1270:Oasis were the last great, traditional rock 'n' roll band. We came along before the Internet so, if you wanted to see us, you had to be there. It makes me feel like a righteous old man. ~ Noel Gallagher,
1271:Sephora is a mecca for cosmetics, and it supports what I enjoy: You go into the store, and touch it, and try it, and love it. I've never bought anything on the Internet. I like experience. ~ Marc Jacobs,
1272:The hardest thing is trying not to correct everything on the Internet. It'd be night and day - wrong, wrong, wrong, wrong. So you just have to say, All right, I'll take it, bring it on. ~ George Clooney,
1273:Because primarily of the power of the Internet, people of modest means can band together and amass vast sums of money that can change the world for some public good if they all agree. ~ William J Clinton,
1274:Everyone on the Internet is talking about television and everyone on television is talking about the Internet. The whole damn thing is a self-licking ice cream cone and you're blaming me? ~ Daniel Suarez,
1275:I do believe that with more worldwide influences, the coming of the internet age and digital media, the flow of information is far greater, and people's understanding can expand more easily. ~ Kabir Bedi,
1276:I was always fascinated with the way that things pop on the Internet - the ways you build communities and create little stories and ideas that people play around with and send back to you. ~ John Hodgman,
1277:People are so lonely, they spend their birthdays on the Internet, thanking people for wishing them a happy birthday, people who only know it’s their birthday because Facebook told them. ~ Caroline Kepnes,
1278:The best defense against these people is to educate parents and children of the dangers that come along with the Internet and by limiting access to certain sites during the school day. ~ Mike Fitzpatrick,
1279:The Internet is not a virtual world inhabited by avatars. It is a means of communication that offers people in the physical world a method to organize, act, and promote ideas and awareness. ~ Wael Ghonim,
1280:The main thing I want to do, is to make our website the most entertaining website there is on the Internet. I want it to be the premiere site for entertainment, for communication, and for fun. ~ Stan Lee,
1281:To permit surveillance to take root on the Internet would mean subjecting virtually all forms of human interaction, planning, and even thought itself to comprehensive state examination. ~ Glenn Greenwald,
1282:Using encryption on the Internet is the equivalent of arranging an armored car to deliver credit card information from someone living in a cardboard box to someone living on a park bench. ~ Gene Spafford,
1283:We all grew up, our grandmothers and mothers had about three channels to watch, so we watched those soaps and now, a generation has grown up with the Internet and computers and video games. ~ Jack Wagner,
1284:With over 1 billion users and counting worldwide, the Internet has quickly become a critical place for individuals, business communities and governments to share and distribute information. ~ Robin Hayes,
1285:If you want to have a character who falls into crisis, all you have to do is turn the Internet off, and then we all understand how that feels, when you suddenly just have time and yourself. ~ Miranda July,
1286:I know I'm not a conventional beauty. You can read a lot of painful things on the Internet, which criticise you aesthetically - but as far as I'm concerned, that's not what an actress is. ~ Natalie Dormer,
1287:I read the 'Times' and 'Post,' but I have nothing against the 'Daily News.' I also fish around the Internet for entertainment news but find most of what I read to be untrue or partially true. ~ Andy Cohen,
1288:The Internet is like alcohol in some sense. It accentuates what you would do anyway. If you want to be a loner, you can be more alone. If you want to connect, it makes it easier to connect. ~ Esther Dyson,
1289:The Internet is part of this ongoing, species-long project we've been working on since we climbed down out of the trees in the savanna. We've been working on it without really knowing it. ~ William Gibson,
1290:In the age of the internet when everybody's a pundit, we're still gonna need somebody there to go talk to the colonels, to be on the ground in Baghdad and stuff and that's very expensive. ~ Walter Isaacson,
1291:I use the Internet a lot. I don't necessarily constantly communicate with my fans or whatever, but it would be hard to distance myself. I just couldn't do it. It's like not having a phone. ~ Lady Sovereign,
1292:People say that this new generation is so used to the Internet that their heads are already different. They can't read a book from beginning to end. That is not a tragedy. The book changes form. ~ Yoko Ono,
1293:The internet has created a transnational audience. If you publish something in the New York Times, it's read all over the world. Who knows how big this audience is or how long it will last. ~ Pankaj Mishra,
1294:The Internet helps break down so many barriers. People start to see what's happening around the world, they feel more of a oneness and they get information all at the same time, so that helps. ~ Aloe Blacc,
1295:The internet's a creepy thing, especially if you have kids. It says something very creepy about the fact that I use the same machine to masturbate with as I use to teach my kid the alphabet. ~ Greg Giraldo,
1296:The Nag Hammadi Library, as its collection of works is now known, has, since its miraculous discovery just after the war, been published in its entirety. It is freely available on the Internet. ~ Dan Eaton,
1297:While the Internet generally tends to have a stress-relieving function for adults - as long as they aren't inclined toward sex addiction - I don't see this being the case for adolescents. ~ Volkmar Sigusch,
1298:Children can take lessons in that school via the Internet and can score extra points like e.g. in Geography or History. That sounds very promising and is a fantastic basis for future steps. ~ Anatoly Karpov,
1299:I did the Justice League thing the wrong way. I read too much on the Internet. You cant do that. The Internet is the devil. Or the Internet is not the devil - the comment boards are the devil. ~ D J Cotrona,
1300:I know a lot of people in the retirement village that I have a house in in Florida that are on the Internet and are reading the paper on the Internet, and they're communicating on the Internet. ~ Davy Jones,
1301:I'm a great believer in particularly being alert to changes that change something, anything, by an order of magnitude, and nothing operates with the factors of 10 as profoundly as the Internet. ~ Andy Grove,
1302:I started on the use of the Internet for scientific communication. Our research group was one of the very first to make really systematic use of it as a way of managing research projects. ~ Joshua Lederberg,
1303:Nowadays games immediately appear on the Internet and thus the life of novelties is measured in hours. Modern professionals do not have the right to be forgetful - it is 'life threatening'. ~ Garry Kasparov,
1304:Today, with the media, the internet, things get out there about anybody, anytime, so there's nothing wrong about talking about your life, because someone else is going to talk about it and mess it up. ~ Nas,
1305:will never understand why the Internet seems to take away the basic humanity of most people, and allows — no, enables — them to say things that they’d never say to another person face to face. ~ Wil Wheaton,
1306:A few years ago, maybe it was more strange to be outside of the centers of fashion. Now, with the Internet and traveling that you can do, I think I'm more central than some people in Paris. ~ Dries van Noten,
1307:Facebook has woven itself into the fabric of our lives and the foundation of the Internet. I think everything will be redefined because people are using their real identities on the Internet. ~ Ruchi Sanghvi,
1308:I can watch CNN on television or the Internet to find out what happened in Hong Kong ten minutes ago. After all, it doesn't matter where something is made, we're all part of the same big family now. ~ Jet Li,
1309:I play video games and watch TV, but there's more to life than that. Faxing and the Internet have created a global community. The kid next door has become the kid in Latin America or Asia. ~ Craig Kielburger,
1310:It's funny how the music industry is enraged about the Internet and the way things are copied without being paid for. But you know why people steal the music? Because they can't afford the music. ~ Tom Petty,
1311:long manufacturing supply chains can be replaced by a process of shipping data over the Internet to local production facilities that would make objects on demand, where and when they were needed. ~ Anonymous,
1312:Stop listening to the bombastic loudmouths on the radio and television and the Internet. To hell with them. They don’t want anything done for the public good. Our incapacity is their livelihood ~ John McCain,
1313:The Internet is to our intellectual life what the universal unconscious is to our psychological life. In fact, the Internet is the new universal unconscious. It's not even a metaphor anymore. ~ Phillip DePoy,
1314:The one thing that’s missing, but that will soon be developed, is a reliable e-cash, a method whereby on the Internet you can transfer funds from A to B, without A knowing B or B knowing A. ~ Milton Friedman,
1315:There's tons of junk food for your mind on the Internet. You can sit there for three or 10 or 20 hours a day getting in online arguments with other people who also choose to waste their time. ~ Henry Rollins,
1316:We have to start thinking of ourselves as citizens of the Internet, not just passive users. I don’t see how we can bring about change in our digital lives if we don’t take responsibility. ~ Rebecca MacKinnon,
1317:And come to think of it, maybe this is the most important lesson the school could teach them about the American workplace: how to sit calmly at your desk and surf the internet and not go insane. ~ Nathan Hill,
1318:Information flow is what the Internet is about. Information sharing is power. If you don't share your ideas, smart people can't do anything about them, and you'll remain anonymous and powerless. ~ Vinton Cerf,
1319:I travel abroad constantly on book promotion and research, and the Internet is invaluable to me for accessing U.K. news in places such as America, which most of the time hasn't heard of England. ~ Peter James,
1320:Now that mobile phones and the internet have altered the epistemic selective landscape in a revolutionary way, every religious organisation must scramble to evolve defences or become extinct. ~ Daniel Dennett,
1321:One of the things I like about making stuff in the age of the Internet, is that people make stuff in response to it. You can see people respond to your work visually or musically or with writing. ~ John Green,
1322:Paintings are not like the Internet. They're not like movies. They're not electronic-friendly. You have to go see them. You have to stand in front of them. That's the great thing about them. ~ Julian Schnabel,
1323:The internet, our greatest tool of emancipation, has been transformed into the most dangerous facilitator of totalitarianism we have ever seen. The internet is a threat to human civilization. ~ Julian Assange,
1324:They decided to invest in the new business of Internet shopping. According to Philip, Internet shopping was the future. In a few years, everyone would be doing their shopping on the Internet, ~ Helene Tursten,
1325:Who is this lady?" he asked me.
"Britomartis," I said. "The Lady of Nets."
Leo looked dubious. "Does that include basketball and the Internet?"
"Just hunting and fishing nets," I said. ~ Rick Riordan,
1326:And his computer's spell-check always forces him to capitalize the word "Internet". Come on; World War Two earned it's capitalization. The Internet just sucks human beings away from reality. ~ Douglas Coupland,
1327:I have assistants that use the internet a lot more than I do. I use the internet for photo research, but for me personally, probably just because of my age, I'm not that mechanically inclined. ~ Colleen Atwood,
1328:Like my entire generation, I seem to be drawn toward the Internet’s fluttering promise of connections, and then repulsed by it, in equal measure. And I feel that, in the end, the Internet will win. ~ Anonymous,
1329:None of the older Symphony members knew much about science, which was frankly maddening given how much time these people had had to look things up on the Internet before the world ended. ~ Emily St John Mandel,
1330:The fantastic thing about Andreas is he knows the Internet is the greatest truth device ever. And what does it tell us? That everything in the society actually revolves about women, not men. ~ Jonathan Franzen,
1331:The Internet has transformed many parts of our daily lives, touching everything from how we find information to how we go shopping, get directions, and even stay in touch with friends and family. ~ Dean Ornish,
1332:The reason I said the Internet is dangerous is that a couple smart guys could hack into a computer and shut down the Eastern seaboard if they wanted to. It's a terrible, out-of-control thing. ~ John Mellencamp,
1333:We can't leave the internet to the bullies. You deserve to speak out and be heard just as much as the next man. Don't let bullies silence you. Support others, and make sure you look after yourself. ~ Tara Moss,
1334:He would soon be the first person in history to start an underground drug Web site on the Internet and the first person in history to see it go bankrupt because he had written so much shitty code. ~ Nick Bilton,
1335:I’m going to check the world’s best source for spawning new urban legends, the Internet. What, you thought I couldn’t even type? The Web is just another threshold between one world and another. ~ Nalo Hopkinson,
1336:I think that the most beautiful thing lately hasn't been in hardware or software per se but collaboration - the idea behind Napster, which uses the distributed power of the Internet as its engine. ~ Steven Levy,
1337:I think the Internet is the single greatest revolution to come around in a long time. It's so convenient, it's frightening. I can definitely see why some people don't leave their house anymore. ~ Bruce Campbell,
1338:Jeb Bush announced today on the Internet that he may run for president. The next presidential election could be Bush vs. Clinton. It will be like 1992 all over again except I won't be in rehab. ~ Craig Ferguson,
1339:People rely on Wikipedia, and a lot of it is wrong. But because there it is on the Internet, they assume it's right. Rumor gets printed as fact. We may have lost our critical facility as a nation. ~ Ben Mezrich,
1340:Technology has solved old economic problems by giving us new psychological problems. The Internet has not just open-sourced information; it has also open-sourced insecurity, self-doubt, and shame. ~ Mark Manson,
1341:Technology has solved old economic problems by giving us new psychological problems. The internet has not just open-sourced information, it has also open-sourced insecurity, self-doubt, and shame. ~ Mark Manson,
1342:The idea of, 'The journey is the destination' is put into action by browsing in an indie record store. Besides, a human being is a much better guide than a 'More Like This' link on the internet. ~ Patton Oswalt,
1343:The internet connects us all and provides this fabulous fact-checking mechanism, and yet at the same time, the power of lies is conveyed much more efficiently now because they're accepted so fast. ~ Alex Gibney,
1344:The primary role of the music industry is to have artists be heard above the rest. It's a big needle in a haystack problem. The Internet has the service and tools to find the needle in a haystack. ~ Ali Partovi,
1345:The United States invented the Internet and it has been our gift to the world, paid for by our taxpayers. The U.N.'s desire to take that gift as a means of increasing its power must be stopped. ~ John Doolittle,
1346:To be honest, I thought the internet was basically a bunch of pneumatic tubes that shot information around the world using the power of our imaginations. I still kinda think that, but whatever. ~ Emily Kimelman,
1347:I first started using the internet back when a 14.4 modem was considered fast. I think I was about 11 or 12, and it fascinated me that you could look at all these different things on your computer. ~ Chris Kluwe,
1348:Our acquaintances—not our friends—are our greatest source of new ideas and information. the internet lets us exploit the power of these kinds of distant connections with marvellous efficiency. ~ Malcolm Gladwell,
1349:our acquaintances—not our friends—are our greatest source of new ideas and information. the internet lets us exploit the power of these kinds of distant connections with marvellous efficiency. ~ Malcolm Gladwell,
1350:That’s the bad news.” “Okay, and what is the good news?” “All the people saying mean things about me on the Internet are gonna be dead in four hundred and thirty-three days,” she said, deadpan. ~ Neal Stephenson,
1351:The arrow buzzed, no doubt trying to access Wikipedia. It denies using the Internet. Perhaps, then, it’s just a coincidence the arrow is always more helpful when we are in an area with free Wi-Fi. ~ Rick Riordan,
1352:The internet is a dark, dark place. I wouldn't be surprised if somewhere, someone has this file that says, "Scott Foley, on March 13, 2012, was searching for how to dispose of a body for 48 hours." ~ Scott Foley,
1353:There is some sort of perverse pleasure in knowing that it's basically impossible to send a piece of hate mail through the Internet without its being touched by a gay program. That's kind of funny. ~ Eric Allman,
1354:The 'side effects and warnings' on the Internet were discouraging, and anxieties over them amplified the volume of my thoughts, which was the exact opposite of what I hoped the pills would do. ~ Ottessa Moshfegh,
1355:The terrible thing about the internet and Amazon is that they take the magic and happy chaos out of book shopping. The internet might give you what you want, but it won't give you what you need. ~ Tom Hodgkinson,
1356:But I'm acutely aware that the possibility of fraud is even more prevalent in today's world because of the Internet and cell phones and the opportunity for instant communication with strangers. ~ Armistead Maupin,
1357:Don’t worry: It’s not excessively expensive or a threat to the efficiency of the Internet to keep track of where information came from. It will actually make the Internet faster and more efficient. ~ Jaron Lanier,
1358:It is no exaggeration to conclude that the Internet has achieved, and continues to achieve, the most participatory marketplace of mass speech that this country - and indeed the world - has yet seen. ~ George Will,
1359:One of the great things about the Internet is that you can read what everybody has to say about everything. It is fascinating to me, the critiques about humor by people who have no sense of humor. ~ Matt Groening,
1360:Pussy Riot is against the cult of consumerism and the commercialization of art. Our performances were always open for everyone and anyone can see our video clips for free on the Internet. ~ Yekaterina Samutsevich,
1361:You have social media and the Internet and immigration and so, suddenly, cultures are clashing and people feel as if they're less familiar with the people around them. That causes social anxieties. ~ Barack Obama,
1362:Any unique image that you desire probably already exists on the internet or in some database... the problem today is no longer how to create the right image, but how to find an already existing one. ~ Lev Manovich,
1363:Everyone is scared of having a free sexual life and what they do is go on the Internet and masturbate. This is the pure sexual misery today. They don't even go to the movie theater like in the '70s. ~ Olivier Zahm,
1364:I always thought that the biggest opportunity on the Internet was the vertical markets,” Clark continued. “I didn’t know anything about health care, but I was looking for something worth doing and… ~ Michael Lewis,
1365:If you'd asked me in 1980 what the big impact of microprocessors would be, I probably would have missed the PC. If you asked me in 1990 what was important, I probably would have missed the Internet. ~ Gordon Moore,
1366:There's not much you can do about the bias of the media other than try to counteract it by putting the truth out best you can, and the Internet has been a great weapon for holding the media accountable. ~ Ron Paul,
1367:These days, of course, the focus of talk about popular liberation through products is mostly associated with the Internet. I've been collecting computer ads and ads dealing with Internet industries. ~ Thomas Frank,
1368:This new world of personal media - the Web, the Internet and et cetera - not only delivers the world to your living rooms, but everywhere. And we get to answer back. And we're expected to answer back. ~ Paul Saffo,
1369:For me, the Internet is the opposite of memory; the Internet is amnesia, it's about today and tomorrow is another day. Printed issues are about recording time, leaving a trace and making it relevant. ~ Olivier Zahm,
1370:I always use the Internet. It's a great marketing tool. It's a great starting point, allowing you to show your trailer and have people all over world be able to see it. It was much harder in the old days. ~ Tom Six,
1371:Now this really annoys me: All these people getting on the Internet and saying Nostradamus predicted this. If Nostradamus were alive today his name would be Miss Cleo and he'd be charging $2.99 a minute. ~ Jay Leno,
1372:People are hurting out there, perhaps they are ready to start a conversation about whether an AR-15 belongs in the hands of a citizen, whether a citizen should be able 6,000 rounds on the internet. ~ Brian Williams,
1373:The Internet has gotten me off of email. The iPhone has gotten me off the laptop. If the laptop is cocaine, the iPhone is crack. And I take these hits of crack before, during, and after everything. ~ Melissa Broder,
1374:When I see people talking on the internet about me or my work it's almost always more a description of themselves and so I never really think of myself as anything more than just who I always was. ~ Chuck Palahniuk,
1375:As people's access to the internet grows we're seeing the sharing economy boom - I think our obsession with ownership is at a tipping point and the sharing economy is part of the antidote for that. ~ Richard Branson,
1376:Every day, TV, newspapers, and the Internet bombard us with a message that we're destroying the earth. Ice caps are melting, rivers are dying, polar bears are drowning, and trees are doing something. ~ Penn Jillette,
1377:Everyone loves the idea of internet fast enough that HD movies download in seconds, but if only the telecoms or their partners get to use the high speeds, it's not the internet: It's glorified cable. ~ Damian Kulash,
1378:I think the Internet has made it easier for people to connect with things that they really like, as well as provide a more personal experience, of 'I found this!' and then you can pass it to friends. ~ Maria Bamford,
1379:I think the Internet is absolutely extraordinary. It's very, very useful and I think one of the things we've got to do is make sure that the African continent gets on to that information super highway. ~ Thabo Mbeki,
1380:Or maybe they’d realized I got my essay on Tom Sawyer from the Internet without ever reading the book and now they were going to take away my grade. Or worse, they were going to make me read the book. ~ Rick Riordan,
1381:Teachers say to me, 'The internet is full of rubbish, wrong answers.' But you would be surprised how just long it takes to find wrong information on Google, and where it's not obvious that it's wrong. ~ Sugata Mitra,
1382:That's the thing about the Internet: It doesn't simply help us find the best thing out there; it has helped to produce the idea that there is a best thing and, if we search hard enough, we can find it. ~ Aziz Ansari,
1383:The difference between me and other people in my generation is instead of saying the Internet's killing the record business, I say, 'Who cares about the record business, the Internet is enhancing music. ~ Daryl Hall,
1384:The important thing about mobile is, everybody has a computer in their pocket. The implications of so many people connected to the Internet all the time from the standpoint of education is incredible. ~ Ben Horowitz,
1385:The Internet is disrupting every media industry...people can complain about that, but complaining is not a strategy. And Amazon is not happening to book selling, the future is happening to book selling. ~ Jeff Bezos,
1386:This was the thing with the murky world of the Internet. You swam along through cyberspace, merrily picking up this and that, and next thing you knew you’d stumbled upon something unsavory and ugly. ~ Liane Moriarty,
1387:Today Monopoly added a new game piece: the cat. The new piece was chosen after weeks of online voting. Is that a surprise? Whenever there's a vote for something on the Internet, the cat always wins. ~ Craig Ferguson,
1388:Because I'm 44, I feel kind of lucky that I lived through this period where I started my career where there was no Internet at all, and now when I finish it, there will be nothing but the Internet. ~ Chuck Klosterman,
1389:By indirect proof, the New Economy of the internet was the only way forward. MANIA: SEPTEMBER 1998–MARCH 2000 Dot-com mania was intense but short—18 months of insanity from September 1998 to March 2000. ~ Peter Thiel,
1390:Identity” had been forever changed by the Internet; formerly it had meant “who you really are” but now it meant “any one of a number of persistent faces that you can present to the digital universe. ~ Neal Stephenson,
1391:I have always had stuff on the internet, way back in the Myspace days, I had a lot of friends on Myspace. And it is just all about like networking - contacting people and showing people, like, your mind. ~ Kreayshawn,
1392:I think Ronald Reagan is what happened....The age of Reagan brought conservatism into the mainstream....It also brought us the beginning of the new media-talk radio, the internet, cable television. ~ Douglas Brinkley,
1393:That's the thing about the internet: it doesn't simply help us find the best thing out there; it has helped to produce the idea that there is a best thing, and, if we search hard enough, we can find it. ~ Aziz Ansari,
1394:The golden rule is even more golden in our hyperconnected world. An important lesson to learn: If you talk about someone on the Internet, they will find out. Everybody has a Google alert on their name. ~ Austin Kleon,
1395:The internet might be a convenience, but it hasn't yet, for me, been a fundamental reordering. These things are supposed to be time-savers, so you have more time standing at your easel if you so choose. ~ Joe Bradley,
1396:What we need is a plan B ... independent of the Internet. [It] doesn't necessarily have to have the performance of the Internet, but the police department has to be able to call up the fire department. ~ Danny Hillis,
1397:While some more passive forms of leisure, such as watching TV or surfing the Internet, are fun in the short term, over time, they don't offer nearly the same happiness as more challenging activities. ~ Gretchen Rubin,
1398:All the signs of incipient activism and uprising, from Tahrir square to Zuccotti Park to [the recent] shutdown of the Internet to protest web censorship. People are getting smart and getting connected. ~ Bill McKibben,
1399:Egypt has responded to hundreds of thousands of protesters by shutting down the Internet. Just a word of advice: If you want people to stay at home and do nothing, you should turn the Internet back on. ~ Conan O Brien,
1400:For many oppositional movements, the Internet, while providing the opportunity to distribute information more quickly and cheaper, may have actually made their struggle more difficult in the long run. ~ Evgeny Morozov,
1401:I feel like comedy is doing well right now because there's so many avenues to be seen. Whether it's through the Internet with social media or web videos and now there's so many networks and TV shows. ~ Hannibal Buress,
1402:I love acting but I don't like all of the other stuff associated with it. The interest in celebrities, the press, the Internet, when your identity becomes mixed up in the way people are perceiving you. ~ Nicole Kidman,
1403:I think we need to do much more with our tech companies to prevent ISIS and their operatives from being able to use the Internet to radicalize, even direct people in America and Europe and elsewhere. ~ Hillary Clinton,
1404:The core problem is that the world is full of people who would like to take 99 per cent of the information that's on the Internet, and eliminate 1 per cent. Everyone has their own thing they don't like. ~ Eric Schmidt,
1405:There is so much noise on the Internet, with would-be prophets daily haranguing their audience and megalomaniacs trying to push bizarre ideas, that eventually people will cherish a new commodity: wisdom. ~ Michio Kaku,
1406:If we can avoid doing violence to the minds of unseen others on the internet, others will learn to do the same. And then perhaps our internet traffic will cease to look like one great, bloody accident. ~ Timothy Snyder,
1407:If we can avoid doing violence to the minds of unseen others on the internet, others will learn to do the same. And then perhaps our internet traffic will cease to look like one, great bloody accident. ~ Timothy Snyder,
1408:If you seek to help, join the open source community and fight to keep the spirit of the press alive and the internet free. I have been to the darkest corners of government, and what they fear is light. ~ Edward Snowden,
1409:Obviously this all gets tricky/complicated when your writing reveals so much of your private/intimate life, and the nature of writing on the Internet comes with a lot of focus on your "personal brand." ~ Marie Calloway,
1410:People are reading more and writing more because of the internet. So the virtual world is a way for me to listen to my readers and interact with my readers. It is a way that they can voice their opinion. ~ Paulo Coelho,
1411:Protect your voice and your vision. If going on the Internet and reading Internet reviews is bad for you, don’t do it. … Do what gets you to write and not what blocks you. … Don’t take any guff off anybody. ~ Anne Rice,
1412:The public feels that if it's on the Internet and you can access it, you deserve it. You haven't committed any kind of crime. We may even have to rename piracy. But in any case, we have to confront it. ~ Morgan Freeman,
1413:We judge on the basis of what somebody looks like, skin color, whether we think they're beautiful or not. That space on the Internet allows you to converse with somebody with none of those things involved. ~ Bell Hooks,
1414:When I perform, I don’t think about the haters, the Internet trolls, or anyone else. I care about giving the person in front of me something they won’t forget. And that’s why I bring the cake and raft out. ~ Steve Aoki,
1415:Be careful what you put on the Internet.' I've heard it hundreds of times. 'Be careful what you do in this digital age. Don't let yourself be made a victim, because if you do, it's your fault. Your mistake. ~ Robin York,
1416:Don't think of the Internet as a broadcast medium...think of it as a conversational space. Conversation is the opposite of marketing. It's talking in our own voices about things we want to hear about. ~ David Weinberger,
1417:I am on sort of a diet in terms of the Internet. It's the sheer quantity. It's the Niagara of opinion, of information. It's not that I have any kind of compassion fatigue. I just insist on having a life. ~ Larry Gelbart,
1418:I really didn't foresee the Internet. But then, neither did the computer industry. Not that that tells us very much of course--the computer industry didn't even foresee that the century was going to end. ~ Douglas Adams,
1419:Let me start with Yahoo. As we meet today, a Chinese citizen who had the courage to speak his mind on the Internet is in prison because Yahoo chose to share his name and address with the Chinese Government. ~ Tom Lantos,
1420:Right now we're in the midst of a grand experiment on how best to harness the incredible power of the Internet while we struggle to maintain useful boundaries among the different parts of our lives. ~ Stewart D Friedman,
1421:The Internet is a big place where a lot of people can voice their opinions, and my mother chooses to pick fights with random people from all over the world who don't have the nicest things to say about me. ~ Chris Evans,
1422:The only people who think the Internet is a calamity are people whose lives have been hurt by it; the only people who insist the Internet is wonderful are those who need it to give their life meaning. ~ Chuck Klosterman,
1423:We've had such a close relationship with the fans. Through social networking and the internet, we have much more contact, and we did go to things like Comic-Con. So, I think people know most of our secrets. ~ John Noble,
1424:You just told those people that I'm a sexual deviant," he said through clenched teeth. "And apparently, one with the intelligence of a ten-year-old. Those stories will be on the Internet by this afternoon. ~ Julie James,
1425:And who the hell came up with jeans? Tamani continued darkly. Heavy, sweltering fabric? You're seriously telling me the race that invented the internet couldn't create a fabric better than denim? Please! ~ Aprilynne Pike,
1426:But what we call social media is not media, nor is it even a platform. It is a massive cultural shift that has profoundly affected the way society uses the greatest platform ever invented, the Internet. ~ Gary Vaynerchuk,
1427:If you have a kid and you try irony out on them, they don't get it at 7, 8 years old. You can't really hide the Internet from kids. It worries me some particularly because I've done Disney and Pixar stuff. ~ Randy Newman,
1428:One trend that bothers me is the glorification of stupidity, that the media is reassuring people it's alright not to know anything. That to me is far more dangerous than a little pornography on the Internet. ~ Carl Sagan,
1429:She wondered why she, who had such difficulty talking about herself with people of flesh and blood, could blithely reveal her most intimate secrets to a bunch of completely unknown freaks on the Internet. ~ Stieg Larsson,
1430:You're telling me that because of the Internet, and the availability of every experience, every whim, every tool, sudden everyone's an artist? But here's the thing: if everyone's an artist, then no one is. ~ Meg Wolitzer,
1431:Advances in computer technology and the Internet have changed the way America works, learns, and communicates. The Internet has become an integral part of America's economic, political, and social life ~ William J Clinton,
1432:For a highly motivated learner, it's not like knowledge is secret and somehow the Internet made it not secret. It just made knowledge easy to find. If you're a motivated enough learner, books are pretty good. ~ Bill Gates,
1433:four main system components for the Internet of Things(IoT) 1>The Thing 2>The local network. 3>The Internet 4>The cloud IoT is not complicated in conception, but it is complex in its execution.What ~ Anonymous,
1434:Here I'd finally met a good-looking man, and I was drunk as a skunk.

And why a skunk, of all things? Are skunks somehow more prone to intoxication? I urgently needed to research that on the Internet. ~ Kerstin Gier,
1435:It was reported today that former Governor Howard Dean raised $14 million dollars in campaign funds mostly over the Internet. Of course, Dean's success could be contributed to his Web site: www.wetboobies. ~ Conan O Brien,
1436:Nowadays, everybody assumes, when the wake up in the morning, if they have a question, it will get answered. Because they have the internet. No matter what the question is, someone will answer their question. ~ Jack White,
1437:So many letters to the editor and comments on the Internet have this same tone of thrilled vindication: these are people who have been vigilantly on the lookout for something to be offended by, and found it. ~ Tim Kreider,
1438:Technology has solved old economic problems by giving us new psychological problems. The Internet has not just open-sourced information; it has also open-sourced insecurity, self-doubt, and shame. B-b-b-but, ~ Mark Manson,
1439:The freedom to connect to the world anywhere at anytime brings with it the threat of unscrupulous predators and criminals who mask their activities with the anonymity the Internet provides to its users. ~ Mike Fitzpatrick,
1440:The Internet moves us closer to "perfect information" on markets. Individuals and companies alike can buy and sell across borders and jurisdictions wherever they find the best match of supply and demand. ~ Milton Friedman,
1441:Fragility of modern world leaves me with the idea we'd better anticipate what's going on. We take our right steps today and now. And we'd better avoid, that we are overdependent on, let's say, the internet. ~ Werner Herzog,
1442:I find that my touchstones go out the window, the routines, the things that you do to keep you grounded. Then when I'm out of work I have too much time. The trick is not to get lost surfing the Internet. ~ Rosemarie DeWitt,
1443:In terms of everything, I'm happy and stand behind my video. If you can't tell we had a lot of fun doing it and you want to nitpick - I don't know. That's why you exist on the internet and not anywhere else. ~ Hoodie Allen,
1444:Mixed accents are the norm these days. Even if you don’t travel, you’re not immune from accent shift. Innumerable voices enter your home every day through radio, television, the telephone, and the internet. ~ David Crystal,
1445:The times that we are in, it's something that you can only feel in the air. You don't even have to talk about it. You don't need the news or the Internet to watch it. You can walk outside and just feel it. ~ Kendrick Lamar,
1446:What has a great value to us as a nation is the internet itself. The internet is critical infrastructure to the United States. We use the internet for every communication that businesses rely on every day. ~ Edward Snowden,
1447:As far as the Internet was concerned, it didn’t exist. And in this day and age, if the Internet says it doesn’t exist, it’s either dead boring or totally fascinating in a top secret men-in-black kind of way. ~ Cherie Priest,
1448:Believing we know what makes prosperity work, ignoring the nature of the actual prosperity all around, we change the rules within which the Internet revolution lives. These changes will end the revolution. ~ Lawrence Lessig,
1449:for raw bandwidth of FedEx, the Internet will probably never beat SneakerNet. However, the virtually infinite bandwidth of a FedEx-based Internet would come at the cost of 80,000,000-millisecond ping times. ~ Randall Munroe,
1450:Is Donald Trump a serious candidate? The reason I ask this is, if you're going to close the Internet, realize, America, what that entails. That entails getting rid of the First amendment, ok? It's no small feat. ~ Rand Paul,
1451:Nowadays, performers who want to create their own material put it on the Internet. I never knew whether or not it would make an impression - and frankly, I didn't care that much about how it would be received. ~ Jenny Slate,
1452:The Internet is like a herd of performing elephants with diarrhoea - massive, difficult to re-direct, awe-inspiring, entertaining, and a source of mind-boggling amounts of excrement when you least expect it. ~ Gene Spafford,
1453:A utopian future for the Internet could be secured if the heavy-duty influencers - and the grassroots influencers tweeting along - can create a new global organization peopled with defenders of Internet freedom. ~ Naomi Wolf,
1454:I guess I'm not always looking for the same things in movies that most people are, which I wouldn't have necessarily even really known if not for spending too much time reading about myself on the Internet. ~ Andrew Bujalski,
1455:It's funny, when things go on the internet now and people say 'that's not real,' well, that's what painting's always done - it's taken things from the world and said, Look how much more real this is now. ~ Margaux Williamson,
1456:I've got to tell you, the Internet is a place you go when you want to turn your brain on, and television is a place you go when you want to turn your brain off. I'm not at all convinced that the twain will meet. ~ Steve Jobs,
1457:New forms of media - first movies, then television, talk radio and now the Internet - tend to challenge traditional codes of conduct. They flout convention, shake up the status quo and sometimes provoke outrage. ~ Willow Bay,
1458:The Internet is just a world passing around notes in a classroom. That's all it is. All those media companies say, "We're going to make a killing here." You won't because it's still only as good as the content. ~ Jon Stewart,
1459:The Internet is the world’s biggest cocktail party, anonymity replacing alcohol in the alchemy of gossip, and who doesn’t stop to listen if someone uses their name? Only someone a lot stronger than I am. ~ Catherine McKenzie,
1460:I'm the most underrated, most hated, greatest of all time. I constantly have people who quit their jobs just to go on the internet and try to stop me at any and all costs. People flag my videos thousands of times. ~ Riff Raff,
1461:Internet has considerably changed the rules. Some artists do not try to become celebrities: the internet does the job for them and makes them, slowly, famous.... without them wishing to become celebrated. ~ Richard Clayderman,
1462:I want to set the record straight for everybody who's been waiting to hear my music. The song that's out on the internet is an incomplete song that I'm still working on. When it's ready, you'll be hearing it from me. ~ Dr Dre,
1463:Let's face it, the Internet was designed for the PC. The Internet is not designed for the iPhone. That's why they've got 75,000 applications - they're all trying to make the Internet look decent on the iPhone. ~ Steve Ballmer,
1464:My whole creative career is a product of the Internet. ...I'll take that back. To some degree. My fascination with cultural esoterica and trivia and so on was well-formed long before I got my first AOL account. ~ John Hodgman,
1465:She walks along the pavement, lost in thoughts about the Internet, so deeply immersed that before she knows it she's at her front door, and guess what? She completely forgot to buy some chocolate on the war home. ~ Jane Green,
1466:Time travel should have been fun, right? Sure, you would have to survive without the internet and cell phones and ice cream, but you’d also get to experience the world before everyone had paved and polluted it. ~ Stuart Gibbs,
1467:Writing is the process of finding something to distract you from writing, and of all the helpful distractions - adultery, alcohol and acedia, all of which aided our writing fathers - none can equal the Internet. ~ Adam Gopnik,
1468:If you want to become a biologist, it doesn't help to go into the Harvard biology library and all the information is there for you. You have to know what to look for and the internet is the same, just magnified. ~ Noam Chomsky,
1469:I look for businesses in which I think I can predict what they're going to look like in ten to fifteen years time. Take Wrigley's chewing gum. I don't think the internet is going to change how people chew gum. ~ Warren Buffett,
1470:In the next 10 years, I expect at least five billion people worldwide to own smartphones, giving every individual with such a phone instant access to the full power of the Internet, every moment of every day. ~ Marc Andreessen,
1471:It's been reported that some of Arnold Schwarzenegger's opponents have been circulating naked pictures of Arnold on the Internet. Yeah, in a related story, Arnold is leading the other candidates by four inches. ~ Conan O Brien,
1472:The Internet couldn’t just be everywhere. But then where was it? If I followed the wire, where would it lead? What would that place look like? Who would I find? Why were they there? I decided to visit the Internet. ~ Anonymous,
1473:The tools of the Internet and social media have made it possible to track, test, iterate, and improve marketing to the point where these enormous gambles are not only unnecessary, but insanely counterproductive. ~ Ryan Holiday,
1474:Congress is debating a kill switch that would allow President Obama to freeze all activity on the internet if there was a national emergency. The kill switch goes by the top-secret code name 'Microsoft Windows.' ~ Conan O Brien,
1475:Cryptography is the essential building block of independence for organisations on the internet, just like armies are the essential building blocks of states, because otherwise one state just takes over another. ~ Julian Assange,
1476:I am very active on the Internet. In 2007, I made one film every day and posted it on my website. That was a 365-day project, really exhausting, but I still put a lot of stuff on - from life, friends, my own life. ~ Jonas Mekas,
1477:I'm on Facebook and the Internet EVERY DAY NUMEROUS TIMES A DAY.Sorry about the shouting but I can't help myself. My mother said her dog (a lapdog) never sits on my lap because I always have the laptop on it. ~ Franny Armstrong,
1478:It really matters whether people are working on generating clean energy or improving transportation or making the Internet work better and all those things. And small groups of people can have a really huge impact. ~ Larry Page,
1479:I've never thought of myself as the person that would happen to. There are a few blogs that I read, but I stay off of the Internet for the most part. I really like to just stay in the normal world, the real world. ~ Jenny Slate,
1480:Maybe it's just a humanising thing to realise that a ton of people in bands that make really exciting music, are just big nerds. And you know, maybe the Internet's done a lot in just exposing that long-held secret. ~ Chris Baio,
1481:The Internet hasn't had a chance to really get to where people look at it with the proper level of scrutiny. There's so much bullshit on the Internet. It doesn't get filtered out because it's such a new medium. ~ Shepard Fairey,
1482:The Internet was full of sites producing content for free, in the hope that somehow they'd generate revenue from sources that never materialized, whether it was advertising, subscriptions, or a wing and a prayer. ~ Craig Mundie,
1483:The language of digital communication is a language we don't understand in a way. People say the internet is like the Wild West in that it's lawless and we haven't worked out how to make it structured or moral. ~ Tom Hiddleston,
1484:There's a statistical theory that if you gave a million monkeys typewriters and set them to work, they'd eventually come up with the complete works of Shakespeare. Thanks to the Internet, we now know this isn't true. ~ Ian Hart,
1485:When you get a small group of fans who hate something, it becomes compounded by the internet. The press picks up the internet like it's a source. They don't realise it is just one person typing out their opinion. ~ George Lucas,
1486:China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) sees U.S. battle networks—“which rely heavily on satellites and the Internet to identify targets, coordinate attacks, guide ‘smart bombs’ and more”—as its “Achilles’ heel. ~ Robert D Kaplan,
1487:Few Americans realize it, but the United Nations is driving to take control over the Internet. You remember, the folks who want a worldwide income tax and who put Syria and Iran on their Human Rights Committee. ~ Arthur L Herman,
1488:In order for us to deliver this we have to integrate the big-screen capability, the PC capability, and the Internet experience. This is a combination of hardware and software that delivers a new media experience. ~ Paul Otellini,
1489:I think it's pretty clear that the internet as a whole has not had a strong notion of identity. And identity means, 'Who am I?' Fundamentally, what Facebook has done has built a way to figure out who people are... ~ Eric Schmidt,
1490:On the Internet, all those same guys that are complaining I made a change are completely changing the movie. I’m saying: ‘Fine. But my movie, with my name on it, that says I did it, needs to be the way I want it.’ ~ George Lucas,
1491:There's so much stuff that has yet to be invented. There's so much new that's going to happen. People don't have any idea yet how impactful the internet is going to be and that this is still Day 1 in such a big way. ~ Jeff Bezos,
1492:We on the internet. That's such a small community. We think we're so huge. If you went up to people on the street and asked them about it, they'd probably be like, "You had a album coming out?" Let alone it leaked. ~ Lupe Fiasco,
1493:You have to be 100 percent comfortable with yourself and who you are. You'll have unflattering pictures posted on the Internet for all to see, so you have to be able to handle yourself and stay true to yourself. ~ Katherine Webb,
1494:One of the great things about the Internet is that people are excited about music and wanna hear a random album from a band somewhere in Romania or something, and to listen to all sorts of stuff from around the world. ~ Ed Droste,
1495:The internet is shared critical infrastructure for everyone on earth. It's not supposed to be a domain of warfare. We're not supposed to be putting the Unied States' economy on the frontlines in the battleground. ~ Edward Snowden,
1496:The most important thing for people to understand is that the basic rule that people have a right to send information over the Internet - even when they are using a wireless device - is part of the framework. ~ Julius Genachowski,
1497:There are already laws prohibiting the promotion of hatred and we are now considering new laws to establish limits on the use of the Internet and other forms of communication in a way that might be harmful to us all. ~ Allan Rock,
1498:Four years ago nobody but nuclear physicists had ever heard of the Internet. Today even my cat, Socks, has his own web page. I'm amazed at that. I meet kids all the time, been talking to my cat on the Internet. ~ William J Clinton,
1499:Human evolution, at first, seems extraordinary. How could the process that gave rise to slugs and oak trees and fish produce a creature that can fly to the moon and invent the Internet and cross the ocean in boats? ~ Steven Pinker,
1500:Like all great American pioneers, Jiffman dared to have big ambitions. He didn’t want to be just another guy on the internet with his dick in his mouth. He wanted to be the definition of having your dick in your mouth. ~ Anonymous,

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Idolmaster: Xenoglossia (2007 - Current) - a 26-episode anime television series by Sunrise, based on the Namco Bandai Games series The Idolmaster.[1] It aired between April 4 and September 24, 2007 on Kansai TV and various other UHF television stations. The series was also broadcast over the Internet on the Japanese website @nifty. The serie...
Magica Wars (2014 - Current) - Mah Shjo Taisen, lit. "Magical Girl Wars") is a media franchise created by the internet television variety show 2.5 Jigen Terebi. It consists of an iOS game titled Magica Wars Lock-On which was released on December 20, 2013; a free-to-play smartphone browser game by DMM Games titled Magica Wars Ta...
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H+ -- 5min | Sci-Fi | TV Series (2011- ) Episode Guide 54 episodes H+ Poster ::: A future-set story in which a virus has wiped out most of the human race, and those still alive have their minds linked to the Internet 24 hours a day. Here, a viral incident leads to a new world order. Stars:
Killers (2014) ::: 6.4/10 -- Not Rated | 2h 17min | Action, Crime, Drama | 1 February 2014 (Japan) -- A psychopathic Japanese executive accidentally triggers a journalist's 'dark side'. They begin to connect over the Internet and make a complicated bond. Directors: Kimo Stamboel (as The Mo Brothers), Timo Tjahjanto (as The Mo Brothers) Writers:
Lars and the Real Girl (2007) ::: 7.3/10 -- PG-13 | 1h 46min | Comedy, Drama, Romance | 2 November 2007 (USA) -- A delusional young man strikes up an unconventional relationship with a doll he finds on the Internet. Director: Craig Gillespie Writer: Nancy Oliver
Love.net (2011) ::: 7.4/10 -- 1h 49min | Drama, Romance | 1 April 2011 (Bulgaria) -- Follows the parallel stories of a number of characters who are trying to change their lives via the Internet or are simply having fun online. Director: Ilian Djevelekov Writers: Nelly Dimitrova, Matey Konstantinov | 1 more credit
Ralph Breaks the Internet (2018) ::: 7.0/10 -- PG | 1h 52min | Animation, Adventure, Comedy | 21 November 2018 (USA) -- Six years after the events of "Wreck-It Ralph," Ralph and Vanellope, now friends, discover a wi-fi router in their arcade, leading them into a new adventure. Directors: Phil Johnston, Rich Moore Writers:
Tosh.0 ::: TV-14 | 22min | Comedy | TV Series (2009 ) -- Daniel Tosh provides humorous commentary on content from the Internet. Creators: Mike Gibbons, Daniel Tosh
Web Therapy ::: TV-14 | 22min | Comedy | TV Series (20112015) After quitting her job in finance under dubious circumstances, the affluent and self-interested Fiona Wallice tries her hand at therapy - offering clients 3-minute sessions over the Internet in hopes of weeding out any unnecessary emotion. Creators: Dan Bucatinsky, Lisa Kudrow, Don Roos
You've Got Mail (1998) ::: 6.7/10 -- PG | 1h 59min | Comedy, Drama, Romance | 18 December 1998 (USA) -- Book superstore magnate, Joe Fox and independent book shop owner, Kathleen Kelly fall in love in the anonymity of the Internet both blissfully unaware that he's trying to put her out of business. Director: Nora Ephron Writers:
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Aggressive Retsuko: We Wish You a Metal Christmas -- -- Fanworks -- 1 ep -- Other -- Slice of Life Comedy -- Aggressive Retsuko: We Wish You a Metal Christmas Aggressive Retsuko: We Wish You a Metal Christmas -- Red panda Retsuko, worked to the bone, unleashes her frustration in the form of death metal. Lately, though, she's found another joy—getting the most likes possible on her Instagram posts. In fact, it is said that social media attention can release endorphins. As Christmas falls upon the city, Retsuko's hunger for validation only grows, pushing her to find new ways to embellish and sugarcoat her otherwise drab life for the internet to see. -- -- ONA - Dec 20, 2018 -- 37,164 7.27
Battle Programmer Shirase -- -- AIC -- 15 eps -- Original -- Comedy Ecchi Sci-Fi -- Battle Programmer Shirase Battle Programmer Shirase -- Battle Programmer Shirase, also known as BPS, is a free programmer with super hacking abilities who doesn't work for money. What he does work for is certainly something that only people like him would appreciate. But, his demeanor certainly doesn't suit the jobs he is hired for. With the evil King of America causing trouble via the internet, Shirase is nothing but busy as each new adventure brings even more interesting people into the picture. -- -- (Source: ANN) -- -- Licensor: -- Maiden Japan -- TV - Oct 4, 2003 -- 30,537 6.93
Digimon Adventure: Bokura no War Game! -- -- Toei Animation -- 1 ep -- Original -- Sci-Fi Adventure Comedy Kids -- Digimon Adventure: Bokura no War Game! Digimon Adventure: Bokura no War Game! -- This movie takes place after the Adventure series ends. It begins when a new Digimon Egg is found on the internet, and manages to penetrate into almost every computer system in Japan. When the egg hatches, it's identified as a new kind of Digimon, a Virus-type. It sustains itself by eating data from various system, and starts wreaking havok in Japan. As it consumes more and more data, it continues to evolve. And Taichi and Koushiro decide it's time to stop it. -- -- They're off, sending Agumon and Tentomon through the internet to fight off this new enemy. But, with the Virus controlling systems like the American military, all too soon, this digital menace may become all too real. Calling in the help of Yamato and Takeru, they hope that they can stop what's already begun, and maybe save this world a second time. -- -- (Source: AniDB) -- -- Licensor: -- Saban Entertainment -- Movie - Mar 4, 2000 -- 64,759 7.77
Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna -- -- Yumeta Company -- 1 ep -- Original -- Action Adventure Comedy Drama -- Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna Digimon Adventure: Last Evolution Kizuna -- As the Chosen Children and their partner Digimon live happily together in the human world, Taichi Yagami and Yamato Ishida, alongside their friends, dedicate themselves to maintaining this hard-earned peace. Though united by this innate responsibility, each one has already started to take their first steps toward a future beyond being a Chosen Child. -- -- However, this new journey is interrupted by the appearance of Menoa Bellucci, an American professor specializing in Digimon research. She bears news of several Chosen Children from around the world being found comatose, with their partner Digimon nowhere to be found. Menoa's investigations indicate that a new breed of Digimon is behind the alarming phenomenon: Eosmon, who hides within the internet's depths. -- -- To succeed in this mission, the team must endeavor through the growing distance between them and band together one last time. -- -- Movie - Feb 21, 2020 -- 26,274 8.19
Digimon Universe: Appli Monsters -- -- Toei Animation -- 52 eps -- Original -- Action Sci-Fi Adventure Comedy Kids Fantasy -- Digimon Universe: Appli Monsters Digimon Universe: Appli Monsters -- Everyone in the world uses smartphone apps. But inside them lurks unknown creatures called "Appli Monsters," or "Appmon." The Appmon are AI lifeforms with the ability to think and act, and exist in the boundary between the human world and digital space. In the vast sea of the internet, the "last boss AI" Leviathan takes control of the Appmon with a virus and begins hacking every system, thus starting to control the human world from the world of the net. Haru Shinkai is led to acquire the Appli Drive, and uses it to materialize Gatchmon, a search app monster. -- -- (Source: ANN) -- 11,498 6.58
Serial Experiments Lain -- -- Triangle Staff -- 13 eps -- Original -- Dementia Drama Mystery Psychological Sci-Fi Supernatural -- Serial Experiments Lain Serial Experiments Lain -- Lain Iwakura, an awkward and introverted fourteen-year-old, is one of the many girls from her school to receive a disturbing email from her classmate Chisa Yomoda—the very same Chisa who recently committed suicide. Lain has neither the desire nor the experience to handle even basic technology; yet, when the technophobe opens the email, it leads her straight into the Wired, a virtual world of communication networks similar to what we know as the internet. Lain's life is turned upside down as she begins to encounter cryptic mysteries one after another. Strange men called the Men in Black begin to appear wherever she goes, asking her questions and somehow knowing more about her than even she herself knows. With the boundaries between reality and cyberspace rapidly blurring, Lain is plunged into more surreal and bizarre events where identity, consciousness, and perception are concepts that take on new meanings. -- -- Written by Chiaki J. Konaka, whose other works include Texhnolyze, Serial Experiments Lain is a psychological avant-garde mystery series that follows Lain as she makes crucial choices that will affect both the real world and the Wired. In closing one world and opening another, only Lain will realize the significance of their presence. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Funimation, Geneon Entertainment USA -- 506,288 8.04
Summer Wars -- -- Madhouse -- 1 ep -- Original -- Sci-Fi Comedy -- Summer Wars Summer Wars -- OZ, a virtual world connected to the internet, has become extremely popular worldwide as a spot for people to engage in a large variety of activities, such as playing sports or shopping, through avatars created and customized by the user. OZ also possesses a near impenetrable security due to its strong encryption, ensuring that any personal data transmitted through the networks will be kept safe in order to protect those who use it. Because of its convenient applications, the majority of society has become highly dependent on the simulated reality, even going as far as entrusting the system with bringing back the unmanned asteroid explorer, Arawashi. -- -- Kenji Koiso is a 17-year-old math genius and part-time OZ moderator who is invited by his crush Natsuki Shinohara on a summer trip. But unbeknownst to him, this adventure requires him to act as her fiancé. Shortly after arriving at Natsuki's family's estate, which is preparing for her great-grandmother's 90th birthday, he receives a strange, coded message on his cell phone from an unknown sender who challenges him to solve it. Kenji is able to crack the code, but little does he know that his math expertise has just put Earth in great danger. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Funimation, GKIDS, Warner Bros. Japan -- Movie - Aug 1, 2009 -- 435,444 8.08
Tenshi no 3P! -- -- Project No.9 -- 12 eps -- Light novel -- Music School Slice of Life -- Tenshi no 3P! Tenshi no 3P! -- Since entering high school, Kyou Nukui has not attended a single class. Instead, he spends his days locked in his bedroom composing music and posting it on the internet accompanied by his only friend's drawings, an artist with the pseudonym "Kiriyume." One day, Kyou hesitantly uploads his newest composition, and first departure from his typical style, TR03. Additionally, he does not upload under his usual handle "HibikiP," but simply under the name "me," and without a drawing from his mysterious friend. -- -- Shortly after, Kyou receives a very polite email, not only praising his music but also somehow discerning that he is, in fact, the composer behind TR03. The e-mail also asks for a meetup in a nearby park, to which he cautiously decides to go. To his surprise, however, he finds three elementary school girls at the meeting place! Suddenly, Jun Gotou, Nozomi Momijidani, and Sora Kaneshiro ask for his help to hold a concert in their home, an old church now used as an orphanage. And though Kyou is reluctant at first, after seeing their musical abilities, he eventually decides to accept their proposal. -- -- Based on the light novel of the same name by the award-winning Sagu Aoyama, Tenshi no 3P! follows Kyou as these three angels change his life. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Discotek Media -- 50,931 6.64
Wooser no Sono Higurashi -- -- SANZIGEN -- 12 eps -- Web manga -- Slice of Life Comedy Fantasy -- Wooser no Sono Higurashi Wooser no Sono Higurashi -- Lovely, but with a dark heart. The hand-to-mouth life of a strange yellow and black creature named "Wooser". Lovely but with a dark heart, the new hero (?) from the depths of the internet is appearing on TV and Nico Nico Video! "My favorite things are meat and money and girls," he says, but what are his cute, round eyes staring at? (* Probably meat, money, or girls) The strange hand-to-mouth life of this strange creature is now being animated by Sanzigen, famous for their 3D CG animations! Do note that the dot in the middle is supposedly a mouth, not a nose. -- -- (Source: Crunchyroll) -- 10,739 6.23
Yoake Tsugeru Lu no Uta -- -- Science SARU -- 1 ep -- Original -- Adventure Music Supernatural Fantasy -- Yoake Tsugeru Lu no Uta Yoake Tsugeru Lu no Uta -- Kai, a young middle schooler, lives in Hinashi Town, a lonely fishing village, with his father and his grandfather, a sun-umbrella maker. He used to live in Tokyo, but after his parents divorced he moved back to his parent's home town. Kai has trouble telling his parents the complicated feelings he has for them, and he's lonely and pessimistic about his school life. One of his joys is uploading songs he writes to the internet. -- -- One day, his classmates Kunio and Yuuho invite him to join their band, "SEIRÈN." As he reluctantly follows them to Merfolk Island, their practice spot, they meet Lu, the mermaid girl. Lu sings merrily and dances innocently. As Kai begins to spend time with her, he starts to be able to say what it is that he's really thinking. -- -- But since ancient times, the people of Hinashi Town have thought that mermaids brought disaster. Something happens that puts a huge rift between Lu and the townspeople. And then, the town is in danger. Will Kai's cry for the heart be able to save the town? -- -- (Source: Fuji Creative Corporation) -- -- Licensor: -- GKIDS, NYAV Post -- Movie - May 19, 2017 -- 36,923 7.43
Zankyou no Terror -- -- MAPPA -- 11 eps -- Original -- Mystery Psychological Thriller -- Zankyou no Terror Zankyou no Terror -- Painted in red, the word "VON" is all that is left behind after a terrorist attack on a nuclear facility in Japan. The government is shattered by their inability to act, and the police are left frantically searching for ways to crack down the perpetrators. The public are clueless—until, six months later, a strange video makes its way onto the internet. In it, two teenage boys who identify themselves only as "Sphinx" directly challenge the police, threatening to cause destruction and mayhem across Tokyo. Unable to stop the mass panic quickly spreading through the city and desperate for any leads in their investigation, the police struggle to act effectively against these terrorists, with Detective Kenjirou Shibazaki caught in the middle of it all. -- -- Zankyou no Terror tells the story of Nine and Twelve, the two boys behind the masked figures of Sphinx. They should not exist, yet they stand strong in a world of deception and secrets while they make the city fall around them, all in the hopes of burying their own tragic truth. -- -- -- Licensor: -- Funimation -- 863,812 8.12
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