Did you know…

… that today is the birthday of the Internet? In 1969, a

Sigma-7 computer at UCLA was linked to an SDS 940 computer at Stanford Research Institute in Menlo Park, California. Trivia fans: UCLA computer science professor Leonard Kleinrock sent a message from his school’s host computer. He was trying to write “login,” but the system crashed after two letters, and lo! The Internet was born with the first data message sent between two networked computers. 😉

Other trivial info

How long would it take to read the Internet if you printed it?

Answer: 57,000 years if you read it 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

But if you just read it for 10 mins at bedtime, it would take 8,219,088



Now if it would only sweep instead of just standing there!

The Broom



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