If you lived through 1990s, you may remember the excitement, the rapid change and, perhaps most of all, the incredibly goofy language. For the first time in history, from the comfort of your own home, you could ride the information superhighway, cruise the infobahn, surf the cyberworld. Everything was changing thanks to the World Wide Web. (Back then, it was always capitalized, always three words and invariably described as "the graphical portion of the Internet.")
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