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whatis.com: Site Review/Reference
Archives Fall 1999 - author netwebly
http://www.whatis.com

You are forgiven. You've just spent the last two and a half hours in a meeting listening to a fellow with thick glasses and a grimy beard talk endlessly about "routers" and "nodes" and "triple redundant vaporware" along with a bunch of bizarre, half-baked terms you've never heard of before.

So your head hurts. It's supposed to.

It's a fact of life that not everybody comes to the Information Age equipped with the same set of tools. Many people consider themselves lucky if they make it through a short conversation with the tech support guy at their local ISP without coming across like a total idiot.

A surprisingly high number still find themselves at a loss for words when it comes to the intricate and often highly-confusing technical vocabulary necessary for survival in an age when computers and computer people are inescapable.

Luckily, there is a solution. And you'll be happy to know it's considerably less painful than running to your local bookstore and buying every computer book on the shelf.

If you're not familiar with a term look it up at whatis. The site has tons of definitions - all neatly organized and written in a concise, easy to understand style.

http://www.whatis.com

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