Internet turns cats into superstars

Most experts agree that when the military's Advanced Research Projects Agency laid the basis for the modern Internet with ARPANET in the late 1960s, and when Tim Berners-Lee created the first Web browser in 1991, they had one goal in mind: allowing hilarious cats to entertain all of humanity. For instance, a beloved keyboard-playing cat has been amusing millions of YouTube despite having died some twenty years ago. And the still-living Socks the Cat has over 500,000 followers on Twitter, according to this article that does not once mention the fact that cats cannot operate computers.

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