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Originally posted by Fresh Air
Actually, I agree with that. People are quite sidetracked with social networking sites, but don't think about or know how much information is compiled by the big 3 credit bureaus.
Originally posted by Stillalive
strange that it worked in myspace,to see who sees your page,but not for me really,i never really cared that much to monitor who visits my page.
but some arrogant emo chicks would love that feature.
so they can see if you visit theyr page and go all "omg you pathetic stalker,i just want to be friends!"
personaly i make my profile as private as possible without adds but its stll annoyng.
and yes google must be stopped right now
there is more info about me on my drivers license than there is about me on any social networking site... and the government already has all of that information.
ARPANET (Advanced Research Projects Agency Network), created by a small research team at the head of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) of the United States Department of Defense, was the world's first operational packet switching network, and the predecessor of the contemporary global Internet. The packet switching of the ARPANET was based on designs by Lawrence Roberts, of the Lincoln Laboratory.
Packet switching, now the dominant basis for data communications worldwide, then was a new and important concept. Data communications had been based upon the idea of circuit switching, as in the old, typical telephone circuit, wherein a dedicated circuit is occupied for the duration of the telephone call, and communication is possible only with the single party at the far end of the circuit.
The first message transmitted over the ARPANET was sent by UCLA student programmer Charley Kline, at 10:30 p.m, on October 29, 1969.