I turn my computer on. My computer wakes up from her sleep. I say hello to the mouse. The mouse, as always, waits for her cheese. The mouse's long tail wags the mouse, every day. All of us, I mean, my mouse, computer and I, use the broadband ISDN. We are very pleased with the high-speed internet connection. We all, in concert, use the antivirus program to prevent virus attacks as well as locate worms, viruses and other types of malicious software on our hard drive. We usually use the Internet for information gathering, e-mail, instant messaging (text messaging and voice messaging: Gadu-Gadu, Skype; online chat), social-media, blogging, microblogging, forums, academic research, shopping and selling, music, news, sports news, job hunting, real estate, classifieds, and of course for learning and watching films. I use the Internet to make presentations and to call and chat with my friends and clients. I learn new things from using the Internet every day. My mouse likes to hear herself talk in English. My computer is a fan of the website youtube.com. We all like to sing English songs. We have friends called search engines and internet browsers. Thanks to them, our lives are a lot easier. The Internet has great strength. Information warfare is in full swing.