Just to clarify, he did not invent the internet. It was Tim Berners-Lee. TBL, born 1955, is currently a senior researcher and holder of the 3Com Founders Chair at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL). He is also a Knight Commander (second-highest rank in the Order of the British Empire). Wiki him. While you're at it, look up Philo T. Farnsworth. He invented the television. These are good guys to know about.
Al Gore probably made that claim because he, like most people, does not know who actually invented the Internet. And continues to make sure it stays royalty-free. We (should) all owe him a lot. But he chose not to profit from it. Thanks Tim!
Giant Global Graph (GGG) was notably used the first time by the inventor of the World Wide Web, Tim Berners-Lee, on his blog.
Tim Berners-Lee thinks about the social network itself that is inside and between social-network Web sites such as Facebook. He assumes that people can use the word "Graph" to distinguish these from the "Web". Then he says that, although he called this graph the Semantic Web, maybe it should have been called the "Giant Global Graph".
"GGG" has been used several times by Berners-Lee and by others in other blogs. GGG may be described as the content plus pointers of the WWW transitioning to content plus pointers plus relationships plus descriptions.
Nerd: Dude who needs the world wide web when you can have the Giant Global Graph!
Brother: Get a life. GGG stands for good, giving, and game. Like my girlfriend...
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The guy who invented the World Wide Web (not the Internet) so you must respect him.
Tim Burners Lee is not how you spell his name, unfortunately.
To achieve god-hood is to get all your code through all the W3C Validators.
Tim Berners-Lee just validated his Online Style Guide at W3C. About time, man.
A sad loser who learns 50 digit of pi.
Khlo, your a sad git.
A country that gave the world the following things:more...
Generator of electricity- Michael Faraday.
Electrical transformer- Michael Faraday.
Electric motor- Michael Faraday.
Jet engine- Sir Frank Whittle.
Internal combustion engine- Samuel Brown.
World Wide Web- Tim Berners-Lee.
Computer- Charles Babbage.
First self-powered aeroplane (I think)- John Stringfellow.
Flush toilet- Thomas Crapper.
Digital audio player (MP3 player)- Kane Kramer.
Tank- English military.
Lawn mower- Edwin Beard Budding.
Great Western Railway- Isambard Kingdom Brunel.
The locomotive- Richard Trevithick
Vaccination- Edward Jenner.
Antiseptic surgery- Joseph Lister.
Incandescent light bulb- Joseph Wilson Swann.
Steam engine- Thomas Savery, Thomas Newcomen and James Watt (except that James Watt was Scottish, not English).
Clockwork radio- Trevor Bayliss.
Daylight saving time- William Willet.
Fire extinguisher- Ambrose Godfrey.
D.N.A. fingerprinting- Sir Alec Jeffreys.
The defeat of the Germans in WWII- Winston Churchill.
Electric battery- John Frederick Daniell.
Electromagnet- William Sturgeon.
Hovercraft- Christopher Cockerell.
Maglev rail system- Eric Laithwaite.
Computer tornography (CT scanner)- Godfrey Newbold Hounsfield.
First programmer- Ada Lovelace.
Typewriter- Henry Mill.
Modern steam turbine- Sir Charles A. Parsons.
Shakespeare's plays- William Shakespeare
Newton's laws of motion- Sir Isaac Newton.
Gas turbine- John Barber.
Modern atomic theory- John Dalton. ...
1. Female (chick) proud to be in a computer (pooter) job
2. Geek girl who rips apart or builds computers for fun
3. Gamer with lady parts
4. Woman of remarkable achievement in the world of computer science
5. Big cheese or inventress for an IT or technology company
Female hardware and software engineers, technical support and network analysts, database administrators, internet marketers, SEO gurus, e-commerce and web developers, programmers and computer scientists are all pooterchicks.
I'm a pooterchick. I do cool stuff with pooters. Got a lot more RAM than you think and an ultra-capable CPU.
- Mary Lee Woods (mummy to Tim Berners-Lee)
- Sophie Wilson (designed Acorn computer)
- Carly Fiorina (ex-CEO of Hewlett Packard)
- Meg Whitman (ex-CEO of Ebay)