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Does the internet have a goal?

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To become one gaint wiki page :D

To make communcation easy between people.
And it works. I can call anyplace in the world for dirt cheap, i can IM people anyplace in the world, and email. I can see their face with webcam, i can watch my TV from the internet on my cell phone.

Anything is anyware and everyware.

It also makes for great gaming :D
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  • Bob G by Bob G
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    in the 60s when Defense Advanced Research Projects Association developed the internet, they were attempting to create a resilient communications network that was scalable, standardized, and able to withstand the events of nuclear fallout.

    now, like anything else, it's to make money for vendors of products and services.
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  • Sohaib by Sohaib
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    If you are talking about Goal (objective) then yes because its objective is to reach to your selective website.


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