Jack, don't you think the physical structure of the internet is so complex and confusing?
Actually, it's not as confusing as it seems, Marc.
Oh, that makes sense. That can't be all it is though, right?
First, there is copper wire, most commonly associated with electricity. It is very cheap, but can experience signal loss. An example of copper wire is an ethernet cable.
Right on, brother.
Of course not, Marc. There is also fiber-optic cable, most commonly used for long distance communication and associated with light. It is extremely fast with no signal loss, but is expensive and sort of hard to work with.
Lastly, there are radio waves. Radio waves are most commonly associated with wireless devices and are totally mobile. However, these radio waves have limited range.
Thanks for explaining the not-so-confusing concept of the physical structure of the internet.
Oh, Marc. You really think that's it? To put this into simpler words for you, everything about the internet is made up of bits. Ones and zeros that signify on and off. Videos, pictures, you name it; all of them are made up of bits.
That's crazy! How could everything be made up of bits? I think I'm in over my head...