What Makes The Internet Matter

The internet has provided those who can connect with an endless supply of information. In many ways this has helped humanity like no other medium has before. In other ways it has created a new form of addiction. People who regularly communicated by phone or letter now rely on Facebook, Twitter, etc. Family and friends can read personal news feeds and know what’s going on in the lives of those they know.

Problem is, when someone doesn’t have that particular medium of communication, friends, family, associates can become somewhat lost in the cloud so to speak. I have friends who are so busy chatting away on these social networks now I never hear from them because I do not have all the required social media accounts. People I knew no longer remember my phone number as so called smart phones do all the remembering for them. They still never call. They don’t even bother keeping up by e-mail, expecting me to read their news feeds I cannot access.

Alas, such is so called progress.

The internet became wildly popular in 1999 after Apple introduced the iMac as a way to access it easily. Prior to that time the masses were not really aware of it, it was more of a computer geekish platform. I have been aware of and had accessed the internet since the 1980’s. Contrary to popular belief Al Gore did not create it.

Since that time of wide distribution of internet platforms creating easy access such as AOL and it’s chat forums, what has evolved is social networking and news sources that have never been seen in the history of life on Earth.

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After all, that’s what makes the internet matter.

here are some other things that make the internet matter

EDNS compliance zones tester

price of a stamp

list of sanctuary cities

IP address lookup

submarine cable map

How the entire internet should look

Find out your internet provider address for techincal issues

Find out if a service on the internet is working/online or not right now

A search engine that says “We don’t track you”

Universtity library encyclopedia

CPU benchmark test

Intact foreskin matters

Database that tracks the police shooting of animals

Get an instant & temporary disposable email address and read your mail right there on the website, which can save you from getting spam

Online calculator (includes scientific functions). Create an online website for free

The very first public web page

First web browser was called WorldWideWeb

Domain registrars – 216 terminated – 1133 accredited

Amish newspapers thrive in the internet age despite no online presence

Find out who is hosting any website

Do smokers really cost the public more money than non-smokers?

Here is a periodic table of videos

How big is the Internet?

The very first public web page

How much water is on the planet

I cought the flu and now I have this years strain so I am protected, why get a flu shot that guesses strains?

Flu deaths HIGHLY exaggerated!

Try to calculate 187,757 acres to square miles while leaving the comma in a long number and get an accurate result. You would be surprised how many sites have a problem with the comma!

universal antidote for poisoning

A simple “tree” structure can be presented easily like this

example
├─ *
│  └─ sub
├─ host1
│  └─ tcp
│     └─ _ssh
├─ host2
│  └─ tcp
│     └─ _ssh
└─ subdel

some things found on the INTERNET MATTER