Excuse me. Web 2.0, emacs, industry 4.0, B2C, and @*#$. . . What the heck? Where do these terms come from? Have I fallen into a hole and missed something? Or perhaps someone should just shoot me and get it over with.
Not going to lie, I don’t know what I don’t know, or for that matter how much I don’t know. But some of these terminologies are so foreign that they look English but are Greeks to me. I could not even begin to guess what they mean, let alone keeping up with the search on the Internet.
I can look up anything on internet. Easy. Just search it, right? Well, for example, it takes Google 0.6 seconds to produce 42,600,000 results about the “Web 2.0.” That unfortunately compounds my problems. The more I dig, the deeper the hole I find myself in.
Sure, the option of pretending is still available. I can pretend that these things don’t exist. Kinda like the “Dark Matter.” When I learned about it, I was dumbfounded by how much I don’t know and that the universe is actually multiverse.
Maybe I just crawl back to the “hole” where I fell in the first place.
How are you keeping up with your discoveries on the internet?