I read this in one of the forum, it's amazing and explains something that people would think before the invention of the computer. Backwoods computer terminology

Log on: Make the wood stove hotter
Log off: Don't add no more wood
Monitor: Keep an eye on that wood stove
Download: Getting the firewood off the truck
Floppy Disk: What you get from trying to carry too much firewood
Ram: The thing that splits the firewood
Hard Drive: Getting home in the winter
Prompt: "Throw another log on the fire"
Window: What to shut when it's cold outside
Screen: What to shut in fly season
Byte: What flies do
Bit: What the flies did
Mega Byte: What BIG flies do
Chip: Munchies when monitoring
Micro Chip: What's left after you eat the chips
Modem: What you did to the hay fields
Dot Matrix: Old Dan Matrixs' wife
Lap top: Where kitty sleeps
Software: The dumb plastic knives and forks they give you at the Big R
Hardware: Real stainless steel cutlery
Mouse: What eats the grain in the barn
Main Frame: What holds up the barn
Enter: City talk for "Come on in, b'y"
Web: The things spiders makes
Web Site: The barn or attic
Cursor: Someone who swears a lot
Search Engine: What you do when the car dies
Screen Saver: A repair kit for the torn window screen
Home Page: A map you keep in your back pocket just in case you get lost when picking burries
Upgrade: Driving up Barters' Hill
Server: The Mrs. at Donovan's who brings the jigs' dinner
Mail Server: The guy at Big R with grade 8 who brings fish
MS-DOS: Some new disease they discovered
Sound Card: One of them technological birthday cards that plays music
User: Buddy down your street who keeps coming over
borrowing stuff
Browser: What they call you when your eyebrows grow
Network: When you have to repair your fishin net
Internet: Where the fish get caught
Netscape: When a fish gets away
On-line: When you gets the laundry on the washline
Off-line: When the clothespins let go and the laundry falls on the ground

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