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9 thoughts on “ SuperHigh InformationWay

  1. Sep 25,  · Created by Edouard Pluvieux. With Kev Adams, Sarah McDaniel, DeStorm Power, Cade Carradine. They got weed. They got powers.
  2. Welcome to the Information Superhighway In addition to wrapping up 7 Billion Humans, we’ve also been quietly working on another new game – currently going by the title “ Welcome to the Information Superhighway “. (We last visited that highway a long time ago, in a very different game!).
  3. The information superhighway or infobahn was a popular term used through the s to refer to digital communication systems and the Internet telecommunications network. It is associated with United States Senator and later Vice-President Al Gore.
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  5. SUPERHIGH is a brand with a soul spreading a positive movement of stylish sustainable products with a purpose. We are proud to support Earth & Ocean friendly Non-Profit organizations and take pride participating in Ocean / Beach clean ups. Thank you for supporting U.S. Made recycled products! Do good, feel good:).
  6. A discussion of how the Internet will become the Information Superhighway. When Thomas Edison invented the electric light bulb in , it would have been hard to conceive that within the space of a lifetime, man would have sent a craft to the moon.
  7. 1. When everything feels like forever. 2. When a butter and mayonnaise sandwich sounds delicious. 3. Really, really, really, really, really high. 4. When Superman 64 is a great game!
  8. A term that describes all of the infrastructure, including cable, satellites, and assorted hardware, that allows information to be transferred at great speed over large distances to all people. notes for information superhighway.
  9. It is envisioned to provide very high speed access to information in all forms (text, graphics, audio, video) via a telephone or wireless connection. The term was first used in by the 45th US Vice President () Al Gore (born ) in an American context where every citizen is aimed to be so connected.

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