We, (especially, the techno-geeks) assume too much.
To that point, here are a few questions for y’all:
- What is a hospital? (Answer: “It’s a big building with patients, but that’s not important right now.”) *Airplane 1980 Movie ->
- What is a waffle? (hmmm…)
- What is a credit card?
- What is a beach ball?
- What is a browser?
The answers to the above are so straight forward we don’t make much of it.
Real video, real people – answers
But, what if we took a camera to the streets and starting asking questions. I think you’ll be surprised. Lesson: never assume anything – test everything! (that’s the answer to “what is Internet success”?)
The question was asked “what is a browser”, “what is it used for”, etc. Let’s take a watch. And, when you’re ready to find out what it is – click this link from Google.
What is THE burning question you have — that you’d like an answer to?
- It’s Geek Week on Questionland! (slog.thestranger.com)
- What is HTTPS? (brighthub.com)