The Internet Explained By People Who Know Nothing About Coding
How much do people really know about the inner workings of the internet they love so much? Turns out… not a whole lot. Want to learn more than these people? Watch Alexis Ohanian, the co-founder of Reddit, speak his words of wisdom. Watch here!
1. This is Alexis Ohanian, co-founder of Reddit (among other things). What's his unofficial title? Here's a hint:
2. What's the difference between a Black Hat Hacker and a White Hat Hacker?
3. How do internet browsers work?
4. What does this Unix function do?
5. Who invented the World Wide Web?
6. Why do developers hate tables?
7. What is a bitcoin?
8. Name three programming languages.
9. Which country's flag do these hex colors belong to?
10. What are the nicknames that developers use for these symbols?
11. What is the Cloud?
12. What is net neutrality?
Look at you, learning! For more info about Alexis and his amazing efforts to keep the internet an even playing ground...
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