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									Email Quiz
1) Who invented email? a) Ray Tomlinson. b) Postman Pat. c) IBM. a) You’ve got a virus. b) QWERTYUIOP. c) Hi there. a) Late at night. b) Late in 1971. c) Late in 1980. a) It was a rarely used key. b) It indicated the user was ‘at’ some place other than the local host. c) To draw attention. a) 7 billion. b) 30 billion. c) To many. a) 33 years. b) To old. c) 23 years. a) Chainmail b) Netmail. c) Datamail a) 1844. b) 1801 c) Before the second one. ? a) Where are you Lewis? b) What hath god wrought. c) The world is now smaller. a) 1876. b) 1800. c) When he got change for the phone. a) Sorry, wrong number. b) Mr. Watson, come here, I want you. c) Now we speak. a) 1895. b) After the Archers. c) 1908. a) We speak across the oceans. b) How to cook macaroni. c) We speak across time and space. a) 1989. b) 1960. c) To soon. a) A cobweb. b) ARPANET.

2) What was the first message?

3) When was the first message sent?

4) Why was the @ sign chosen?

5) How many emails are sent every day?

6) How old is Email this year?

7) What was email originally known as?

8) When was first telegram message sent?

9) What was the Morse telegram message

10) When did Alexander Graham Bell send his first telephone message?

11) What was the message in 10?

11) When did Marconi send the first wireless transmission message?

13) What was the speech in 11 titled?

14) When did CompuServe start email?

15) What did the Internet evolve from?

c) INTERNIC.
16) What does PING stand for? a) Protocol Information Network Group. b) Opposite of PONG. c) Packet Internet Groper.

April 2001

Email Quiz
(There are 17 Correct Answers.) a) Ray Tomlinson. b) Postman Pat. c) IBM. a) You’ve got a virus. b) QWERTYUIOP. c) Hi there. a) Late at night. b) Late in 1971. c) Late in 1980. a) It was a rarely used key. b) It indicated the user was ‘at’ some place other than the local host. c) To draw attention. a) 7 billion. b) 30 billion. c) To many. a) 33 years. b) Too old. c) 23 years. a) Chainmail b) Netmail. c) Datamail a) 1844. b) 1801 c) Before the second one. a) Where are you Lewis? b) What hath god wrought. c) The world is now smaller. a) 1876. b) 1800. c) When he got change for the phone. a) Sorry, wrong number. b) Mr. Watson, come here, I want you. c) Now we speak. a) 1895. b) After the Archers. c) 1908. a) We speak across the oceans. b) How to cook macaroni. c) We speak across time and space. a) 1989. b) 1960. c) To soon. a) A cobweb. b) ARPANET. c) INTERNIC. a) Protocol Information Network Group. b) Opposite of PONG. c) Packet Internet Groper.

1) Who invented email?

2) What was the first message?

3) When was the first message sent?

4) Why was the @ sign chosen?

5) How many emails are sent every day?

6) How old is Email this year?

7) What was email originally known as?

8) When was first telegram message sent?

9) What was the Morse telegram message?

10) When did Alexander Graham Bell send his first telephone message?

11) What was the message in 10?

11) When did Marconi send the first wireless transmission message?

13) What was the speech in 11 titled?

14) When did CompuServe start email?

15) What did the Internet evolve from?

16) What does PING stand for?

April 2001

Email Quiz 32.6% of workers surf the Internet with no specific objective; men are twice as likely to do this as women. 30% to 40% of employees’ Internet activity is not business related and costs employers millions of dollars in lost productivity. (IDC research) During work hours, 9% of employees earning under $35k surf the net for a new job, while 11% of employees earning $75k-$100k do the same Cyber-skiving accounts for 30% to 40% of lost worker productivity

April 2001


								
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