With the latest YouTube star antics, it's hard to remember that the Internet is not that old. Many of us working on Internet technology were born before the late 1960's when the earliest form of the Internet was created. Or maybe you date the birth of the Internet to 1995 when Microsoft included TCP/IP support in Windows 95. Those of us who got on the Internet in the mid-80's or earlier, well, we just smile about that. Our stories of the pre-Web Internet must sound like we're old geezers talking about how hard life was, and how getting to school meant trudging through hip-deep snow for 2 miles, uphill each way. And, yes, I did walk to grade school, about 1 mile, through the snow. It made a man out of me, just as using TELNET and FTP made a man of me in the mid 80's.