It s Al Lowe s CyberJoke 3000T Forty years ago today, two computers at UCLA exchanged data in the first test of ARPANET, the predecessor to the Internet. (TheMessage 1 of 1 , Sep 1, 2009View Source
It's Al Lowe's CyberJoke 3000
Forty years ago today, two computers at UCLA exchanged data in the first test of ARPANET, the predecessor to the Internet. (The network crashed after the first two letters of the word "logon," but still...). Paid for by the Department of Defense during the Cold War, it was designed to transfer data in case of a nuclear attack. Within two months, they established the first link to Stanford Research Institute. Happy Birthday, Internet!
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Today's CyberJoke 3000
Two women sat quietly together.
Three islands were separated by narrow stretches of water. The first island was covered in corn. On the second island was a rooster who wanted that corn but could not get to it. One day he could wait no longer. He ran full speed to the water's edge and started flapping. Roosters don't fly well but he managed to just clear the water and get to that corn. And he became the happiest bird in the world. On the third island was a cat who saw that rooster and wanted to eat him. If only he could get to that bird, he'd be the happiest cat in the world. He ran full speed to the water's edge and took a mighty leap but merely ended up in the water, soaking wet. The moral to this tale? For every satisfied cock, there is a wet pussy.
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