Source: mercurynews.com My very first computer was a Cyber 70. I didn’t own it nor did I ever get within a few feet of it. It was a giant mainframe housed at the University of Massachusetts Amherst Graduate Research Center.
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Very instructive don’t you think? Kudos for Kamran Ahmed @kamranahmedse Here are the technical terms defined as simple as possible: DNS – Domain Name System: In very simple terms, it translates domain names like www.example.com to a number like 184.108.40.206
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