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Few technological innovations in history have made as much of an impact as the Internet. Learn about the predecessor of the Internet, called ARPANET; how text, audio, and video messages are transmitted through the Internet; and how this transmission of information has changed the lives of billions around the world.
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Pellumb Hajdari
Pellumb Hajdari 6 months ago

Quick question, what would happen to the world if the satellite was destroyed?

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HobbyKids
HobbyKids 6 months ago

Best invention of our century..!

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FGTee
FGTee 6 months ago

i told my landlord i can live without food and water for days but i cant live without internet for one hour so please fix it

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Art for Kids
Art for Kids 6 months ago

Documentary on internet please

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Kid Slution
Kid Slution 6 months ago

I liked it better when I could just start a fire and send smoke signals.

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Jungle Beat - Munki and Trunk

VPN: that's some real free estate

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Sen Kids
Sen Kids 6 months ago

I'm at Brazilian internet watching another excellent 101 video produced by my favorite channel National Geographic!

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Kids Toys
Kids Toys 6 months ago

Nat Geo speak the truth

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Pinkfong Kids Songs & Stories

Cool

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Bounce Patrol
Bounce Patrol 6 months ago

Internet destroy the normal habitat of earth and the human monitor by the world government

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Ryan ToysReview
Ryan ToysReview 6 months ago

i didnt need to watch this because al gore invented the internet

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Kids Diana Show
Kids Diana Show 6 months ago

Show this to people in Congress that don’t know how the internet works lmao

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The Kiboomers
The Kiboomers 6 months ago

This looks exciting. How can I buy 5 internet's, for me family?

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Morphle ABC
Morphle ABC 6 months ago

새로 뜨는 영상 볼때마다 느끼는게, 뭐 특별히 흥미를 끌만한 내용이 없네..

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HobbyKids
HobbyKids 6 months ago

1. Electricity (holly father Tesla)
2. The internet.
3. Toilet

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Kids
Kids 6 months ago

Welcome to the World War Z..

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Kids Game Show
Kids Game Show 6 months ago

lol but wait are we in a simulation

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6 months ago

wow I'm dumb.

The internet has changed MANY things. It was used to spread mass amounts of false information to get a Russian asset elected as the US president. While at the same time, because of the VERY same information sharing. It's going to MUCH MUCH more difficult for fascist dictators to keep their 'citizens' under control if/when they DO have access to such information. The very definition of double edged sword.

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Mister Max
Mister Max 6 months ago

Toward IPFS and Web3.0!

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Junky Kid TV - Learn Colors for Children

How many people went back and paused at 1:47 to read all the emails on the screen? LOL!

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