25 Things That Are Dangerous For You to Post on The Internet
I proudly introduce the internet
Nude photos of yourself are not for posting on the internet
A world without the internet
Can you imagine what our world would be like without the internet? Words like chaotic, pandemonium, and utter-panic leap to mind. There are more, believe me, but these three were first to appear in my pragmatic mind.
It’s literally boggles the mind how much one can do and find by using the internet. From porn to priceless photos to vintage cartoons to how to speak French to a tortoise. I can say without fear of correction, the internet has it all. All it takes is just a little computer experience and there you are, smack dab in the fast lane of the “information highway.” And if you do not know your stuff, you can get overwhelmed pretty quickly.
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Caution new internet users
Do not take the internet and its power lightly. If you treat the ‘net with respect, the ‘net will respect you. It’s that simple. But if you get cocky, self-important, and stuck on yourself and even more dangerous, invincible, you are in deep trouble when the internet is concerned.
I am not going to waste your time with pointless lectures about safety when using the internet, because I consider you all adults and very important people who I am blessed to have in my life.
So I am just going to “jump right in” and share with you, those whom are new to the internet, this list of . . .
“25 Things You Had Better Not Post on The Internet”
Note: Do your children a favor. Corral them into the room and read this important information to them because the vast majority of children today are more computer-savvy than you think.
Nude photos of yourself including your name, address, and phone number.
Nude photos of your wife including name, address, and photo.
Bank information of any type.
Personal information—Social Security number, and information thieves can use against you.
Crude remarks about your boss and how badly he treats you.
Negative remarks about your company for your boss just might be “surfing the web.”
Threats to anyone of any race, creed, color or sexual preference. Can you say, “Hate Crime?”
Videos of you telling someone off by using curse words and derogatory phrases.
Homemade porno films that include your name, address and phone number.
Leaving vulgar messages on social media sites—Facebook, Twitter, etc.
Posting sexually-suggestive messages to females. Can you say, “Stalking?”
Posting dangerous threats to anyone—celebrity, politicians, or average people.
Posting your photo on major porno sites including your name, address, and phone number.
Posting your pet lab, “Grover’s,” photo on porn sites including your name, address and phone number.
“Selfies” of you and another married woman in compromising positions even in fun.
“Seflfies” of you and a married man in compromising positions in a cheap motel room all in fun.
Giving your address and phone number to women on “shady” chat rooms.
Photos of you drunk at the Christmas party.
Photos of you smoking “weed” in the parking lot of your workplace.
Photos of you being arrested for being intoxicated in public.
Photos of your children because you are proud of them. Can you say, “Child Molester?”
Photos of you “playfully” hitting your wife when you tell a joke. Can you say, “Assault?”
Posting photos of your neighbors or anyone without their knowledge.
Posting pictures of you using banned firearms such as M-16’s.
Advertising yourself or family members relieving themselves in our out of the bathroom.
Note: these are only 25 things you had best leave off of the internet and logging-onto gambling sites and internet sites where women chat with you for so much a minute, these can lead to an “Internet Addiction,” which is as dangerous as alcohol or drug addiction.
Just remember, with the internet or living life itself, “Knowledge is power.”
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Who Invented The Internet?
As you might expect for a technology so expansive and ever-changing, it is impossible to credit the invention of the Internet to a single person. The Internet was the work of dozens of pioneering scientists, programmers and engineers who each developed new features and technologies that eventually merged to become the “information superhighway” we know today.
Long before the technology existed to actually build the Internet, many scientists had already anticipated the existence of worldwide networks of information. Nikola Tesla toyed with the idea of a “world wireless system” in the early 1900s, and visionary thinkers like Paul Otlet and Vannevar Bush conceived of mechanized, searchable storage systems of books and media in the 1930s and 1940s. Still, the first practical schematics for the Internet would not arrive until the early 1960s, when MIT’s J.C.R. Licklider popularized the idea of an “Intergalactic Network” of computers. Shortly thereafter, computer scientists developed the concept of “packet switching,” a method for effectively transmitting electronic data that would later become one of the major building blocks of the Internet.
Source: History Channel archives
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