"The idea of open-architecture networking was first introduced by Kahn shortly after having arrived at DARPA in 1972. This work was originally part of the packet radio program, but subsequently became a separate program in its own right. At the time, the program was called "Internetting". Key to making the packet radio system work was a reliable end-end protocol that could maintain effective communication in the face of jamming and other radio interference, or withstand intermittent blackout such as caused by being in a tunnel or blocked by the local terrain.."
People on Boxden get dumber by the day.
Seriously though....you cant be that fu*king stupid....can you?
We understood that the internet and computers were created before Pac died. They werent prevalent and cost a lot more money, was mainly dial up, low bandwidth, no youtube...
I seriously cant believe I'm explaining this sh*t