HOWTO Make The Internet (as depicted in The IT Crowd)


17 Responses to “HOWTO Make The Internet (as depicted in The IT Crowd)”

  1. Telmea Story says:

    Had to laugh when I heard Steve Jobs describing the iPad as “It’s like holding the Internet in your hand!!”

  2. jahknow says:

    Yet more classic Jen: “So what does IT actually stand for?”

  3. Anonymous says:

    Why such tiny, expensive batteries? Throw some D cells in there and it’ll run for months.

  4. Jonathan Harford says:

    Silly. This is what the internet really looks like:

    I should know — we got married early last year:

  5. Jessamyn West says:

    By far my favorite IT Crowd episode. Yay!

  6. Anonymous says:

    I know how to make the internet. Obtain a box and insert a cat into it. Instant internet!

  7. Anonymous says:

    Why not just use a flasing LED from Radio Shack? They are $2 and run on 3V, so they only need one battery.

  8. Anonymous says:

    However, as we all know, the internet is actually made of cats…

  9. RainyRat says:

    Just be careful not to type “google” into Google. That’ll break the Internet too. Seriously. Not even just to see what happens. Don’t do it.

  10. kpurcell says:

    Do they include the step to have it demagnetized by the “Hawk”?

    It’s so light!

  11. halcyongoddess says:

    You there, computer man! Fix my pants!

    • politeruin says:

      heh heh… I miss Denholm though.

      “You wouldn’t shoot a Policeman and then steal his helmet. You wouldn’t go to the toilet in his helmet, and then send it to the Policeman’s grieving widow, and then steal it again. Downloading films is stealing; if you do it you WILL face the consequences!”

      How ludicrous could you get and still convince a techyphobe of something like this? Most likely a single structure somewhere with a massive off switch, at the very least!

  12. technogeek says:

    When the NY City Library system’s Science, Industry and Business branch (SIBL) first opened over a decade ago, its public network access room was still an unusual enough concept to draw a significant amount of attention. Fairly quickly, the staff noticed that there was a class of library visitor who was coming through because they had heard about the Internet and just wanted to know what all the buzz was about. The library quickly solved this by starting a series of introductory classes in using the resources made available, from the web to proprietary databases. But, as one librarian was heard to observe: “You know, if we just mounted a big cable on the wall with a complicated-looking device in the middle of it and labeled it appropriately, many of these people would go away perfectly happy, since they could say they had Seen The Internet. Think of all the training time we’d save.”

  13. mdh says:

    Will the reception work properly so far from Big Ben?

  14. dross1260 says:

    Now the elders of the internet will know me!

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