How to use the web in 2018

On September 10, 2018, CBS News’ David Axelrod asked if the internet would be here in 2023.

He was answered with a resounding yes.

The internet will be here.

The answer is yes.

But what is the internet, exactly?

To understand the internet as we know it today, it’s important to understand where it all started.

The internet was created in the early 1980s.

It wasn’t a new thing.

There were other technologies that were built in the same timeframe, such as the television and radio.

The way the internet worked back then was it was a collection of interconnected networks.

Each network had an internal IP address that could be assigned to it.

Each network had a certain amount of bandwidth available, so it could send and receive messages.

The first network to have internet was the Telstra system.

It used a network of cables, called the Telnet, that connected to the rest of the world.

But it was also connected to a local ISP, so all the data sent to and from the Telstools network was sent over Telnet.

The Telnet network was not the internet.

The Internet was.

What the internet was, however, was a system of computer networks.

These networks were called “Internet Protocols,” or IPs.

The idea was that you could have your own computer with its own IP address, and your internet connections would work in the context of the internet itself.

The IPs were a great way to connect computers.

They were simple to use and easy to configure.

The Internet itself was, well, the internet; it was the network of computer terminals that controlled all the information that was sent between computers around the world and also between different Internet servers.

It was the web itself.

All of the IPs connected together, so they were all linked together.

The only way to stop one network from using more bandwidth than another was to restrict the IP addresses that were used on one network.

IP addresses were set so that one IP address could not be used on more than one network at a time.

When a new computer was connected to an IP address on one of the networks, it could be set to a new IP address for that network.

The IP address of the computer could change each time the computer was rebooted, but only if the computer had the right IP address set at the time of the reboot.

The computer could not change its IP address if it was not on the same network as the one that was currently connected.

In other words, if the network was disconnected, the computer would continue to use its existing IP address.

This process was called “peering.”

In the late 1980s, the Telstar system became popular with the computer industry, because it was easy to set up and maintain.

The system was very secure.

It had a network address that was set by the ISP, and a number that was a secret.

When the ISP sent a message to the TelSTAR network, the ISP would use its IP to verify that the message was coming from the correct IP address and that the IP address was being used correctly.

If the IP was not correctly set, the IP would fall through the cracks and the computer wouldn’t function properly.

When the internet came along, it also was easier to set a network’s IP address than a router’s IP.

This was because when a computer connected to another computer, the two computers shared the same IP address; so if the two computer’s IP addresses matched, they could share the internet traffic.

The process of setting up and maintaining a new network was called peering.

This meant that all computers connected to each other would send and accept packets from the other computer.

This would be a set of instructions that the computer’s computer sent to the other computers.

The computers would then send and send and then receive the packets from their new IP addresses.

The new IPs would then connect to the new IP networks and start peering with each other.

If one of these networks was configured correctly, the packets would be sent and received.

If they didn’t match, the traffic would fall out of the way.

This meant that if the new network had its IP addresses set correctly, it would also have IP addresses for all of the computers that were connected to it as well.

This process, called “peer-to-peer” peering, was one of its best features.

It made it very easy to connect machines to each others networks.

In many ways, the way the Internet works today is similar to how it used to work in 1982, but the network that was connected at the end of the pipe was called a “peer.”

When a computer was set up to connect to a peer network, it first connected to all of its peers.

These were all computers that had the same computer name.

These computers then connected to their peers.

The computers that would be used to connect, as well as any machines connected to them,