The fastest way to go around the world is NET... World Wide Web... by simply typing the place you wish to go to
I would like to go underwater in an ocean by scuba diving to see the corals... hmmm I think internet is a lame tool for doing that
Do you have a dream scape machine you like to sell us?
yup but u can see all the finest and nicest creature underwater... no need to wear your SCUBA suit heya!!!!!
Little Song and Dance is a great event but can one type while thinking? I wouldn't know since I have no stereo near the computer.
by Charlu 6 years ago
How hard is it to learn underwater photography and do you have to learn to scuba dive?Has anyone ever done underwater photography and how hard is it to learn? Is it very expensive if you just want to learn the basics and what about the cameras are they high end or can you find one pretty...
by Kelly Umphenour 6 years ago
What are the top places to visit in the world for diving/scuba diving?
by India Arnold 5 years ago
Explain the actual difference between the "World Wide Web" and the "Internet" in simple terms.So often I see people who, when speaking or writing, interchange the term "world wide web" and the "internet" without really understanding the differences between...
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