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If it’s on the Internet, it must be true

If it's on the Internet, it must be true.

If it's on the Internet, it must be true. A joke on not to believe information found on the Internet. [more...]

Don’t believe everything on the Internet

Don't believe everything you read on the Internet

Don't believe everything on the Internet, just because there is a picture and a quote next to it. [more...]

JOKE – Being a Programmer

JOKE - Being a Programmer

Mom said: Please go to the shop and buy 1 bottle of milk. If they have eggs, bring 6 [more...]

JOKE – Math is Logical, Practical & Magical.

Programming joke - Math is Logical for Programmer, Match is Practical for Engineers and Math is Magical for Unicorns [more...]

JOKE – Eat, Sleep & code

Joke - Eat, Sleep and Code

Eat, Sleep & Code - Programming funny joke for developers [more...]

JOKE – !false Its’s funny because it’s true

!false Its's funny because it's true, a funny programming joke [more...]

JOKE – Google Search Boys vs Girls

How boys google? And How girls google? [more...]

JOKE – How a Computer Engineering student feels

How a Computer Engineering student feels, When the PROGRAM Compiles

How a Computer Engineering student feels, When the PROGRAM Compiles. [more...]

JOKE – I heard you want to be a web developer

I heard you want to be a web developer, Here are a few devices to test your site. [more...]

JOKE – Programmer and hacker funny

Crow drinking water with straw, Programmer and hacker funny [more...]

JOKE – How people run & How programmer run

Running of Normal people vs programmers [more...]

JOKE – Hide and seek champion

Hide and seek champion since 1958 [more...]

Why should you delete web browser history?

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How do I view a deleted web page?
Is there a way to view a deleted web page - one that is no longer available? Yes there is and the solution is quite simple. [more...]

Fact

The first user of the internet was Charley Kline, a student of the University of California, Los Angeles. He sent the first message which consisted of just five characters - "login". It was transmitted over the ARPANET, the network of the Advanced Research Projects Agency and the precursor of the Internet. The message was sent on 29th October 1969 from UCLA's SDS Sigma 7 Host computer to the Stanford Research Institute's SDS 940 Host computer.Technically, at that time, ARPANET wasn't the Internet, as we know it, because it wasn't running the TCP/IP protocol! [more...]

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