“If it’s on the Internet, it must be true.”
– Albert Einstein.
This graphic is wrong on two levels. Firstly, that it a picture of Sir Isaac Newton and NOT Albert Einstein. Secondly, Einstein did not invent electricity, which, as you may know, is a natural property.
The sole purpose of this “joke” is to inform people not to blindly believe things they find on the Internet. There are not many trustworthy sites; after all, they are run by humans who are liable to err. So take everything with a pinch of salt and use common sense!
In the United States, "Linux" has been trademarked by creator Linus Torvalds. He did that only to prevent someone else from making money out of it. Linus Torvalds had named his creation Freax instead of Linux because he found the latter too egoistical! The operating system was named by Ari Lemmke of the Helsinki University of Technology. FYI, the very first version of Linux was released on 25th August 1991. [more...]