Monday, August 06, 2007

What If They Had The Internet In Shakespeare's Day?

What If They Had The Internet In Shakespeare's Day?
(Author Unknown)

"To be, or not to be - that is the question - whether 'tis nobler
in the mind to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous spam or
to take arms against a sea of unwanted emails, and by opposing,
delete them?"
(Hamlet; Act 3, Scene 1)

"Some are born great, some achieve greatness, but most are stuck
with Windows."
(Twelfth Night; Act 3, Scene 4)

"All the world's a web, and all the men and women merely users.
They have their sign-ons and log-offs, and one man in his time
visits many sites."
(As You Like It; Act 2, Scene 7)

"O happy Firewire plug! This is thy socket; there connect, and
let my data transfer."
(Romeo and Juliet; Act 5, Scene 3)

"He that filches from me my good name robs me of that which
enriches him and makes me poor indeed. Therefore shalt thou
encrypt all thine passwords."
(Othello; Act 3, Scene 3)

"What's in a name? That which we call a virus by any other name
would still wipe a hard drive."
(Romeo and Juliet; Act 2, Scene 2)

"Pop-ups die many times before their deaths; an unsaved document
but once."
(Julius Caesar; Act 2, Scene 2)

"The man that hath no music in himself hath not yet learned how
to use iTunes."
(The Merchant of Venice; Act 5, Scene 1)