Interweb FAQ

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Q: What is the Interweb?

A: The Interweb is a global network consisting of many compooters connected by kite string.

Q: I don't have a compooter, but I do have a laptop or handheld device. Can it be connected to the Interweb?

A: Yes.

Q: Woolworth's was all out of kite string. Are there other ways to connect my compooter to the Interweb?

A: If kite string can not be obtained, fishing line may be used as a substitute.

Q: Can I borrow your fishing rod?

A: No.

Q: I can't get kite string or fishing line. Can I use dental floss to connect my compooter to the Interweb?

A: No.

Q: What about wifi?

A: Yeah, I suppose. It's become real popular since we first wrote this.

Q: How many compooters are on the Interweb?

A: We're so busy building and surfing the Interweb that we've never kept count. But at last count, several.

Q: Who invented the Interweb?

A: Al Gore.

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