Free Fun Internet trivia questions and answers.
Fun internet trivia questions and answers.
What once-trendy Internet outfit was unable to parlay its
innovative "push" technology for stock prices and news into a viable
What six-letter acronym is web-speak for the world's largest
bulletin board system?
What browser company created the first "cookies," enabling Web
applications to save morsels of information on surfers' hard drives?
What Internet outfit acquired GeoCities, then startled the
residents with a short-lived claim that they "owned" all the content
on the neighborhoods?
How many websites were there in June 1996, for every one in June
1993: 18,180, or 1800?
What sci-fi author praised the Internet as "a waste of time, and
that's exactly what's right about it"?
A: William Gibson.
What company got its start when Marc Andreesen coded up a web
browser called Mosaic?
What new name did WebTV sets get when television receivers were
added to the internet access?
A: WebTV Plus.
What dot-com success story did Jerry Yang and David Filo launch
What Internet company earned co-founder Jim Clark $663
million in its first public trading day?
What founding father did the U.S. Congress name its Internet site
A: Thomas Jefferson.
What website landed its theme song on the dance charts, despite
lyrics like: "Dit dee dee da dee da doe doe deeee baaa ditty doe"?
Who met future wife Marta Fitzgerald when she sent e-mail to his
Compuserve account, asking how to fight back against a
A: Rush Limbaugh.
What computer magazine worked with Inktomi to spawn the HotBot
What medium remained advertising-free until 1992, when the U.S.
Congress amended the National Science Foundation Act?
A: The Internet.
What online service with its huge commnications network, was
gobble up by AOL in 1997?
What African nation felt compelled to issue a warning to
foreigners not to provide their bank account info to its e-mail scam
What website, founded in 1995, did Thrift Score editor Al Hoff
worry would put an end to flea markets and thrift shops?
What phrase does a fast-typing cyberchatter shorten to "IMHO"?
A: In My Humble Opinion.
What website became famous for faux-news headlines like: "Clinton
Deploys Vowels to Bosnia" and "Death Star to Open Day Care Center"?
What does a chat-roomer mean by signing off with the shorthand "CULR"?
A: "See you later".