[00:02.00]Unit 2 Net Changes Life (I) [00:07.50]Part I [00:10.24]Warming up [00:13.01]A:Key words: [00:20.38]email message addresses Queen Elizabeth II [00:28.63]Jimmy Carter email accounts hoax [00:36.49]Vocabulary: [00:42.55]crash coordinate account hoax [00:53.60]Maine [00:56.16]you're going to hear some important dates in email history. [01:01.81]Supply the missing dates and words. [01:06.17]Great Dates in Email History [01:09.69]Leonard Kleinrock,a UCLA computer science professor, [01:17.53]sends the ____ to a colleague at Stanford.The computer promptly crashes. [01:25.19]Ray Tomlinson, author of the first email software,chooses the "@" for____: [01:37.85]"I got there first,so I got to choose any punctuation I wanted." [01:44.33]Queen Elizabeth II becomes the first____to send an email message. [01:56.30]____and Walter Mondale [02:05.65]use email every day during their campaign to coordinate their travel schedules. [02:11.81]A single message costs____to send. [02:17.59]Colby College in waterville,Maine, [02:26.42]becomes one of the first institutions of higher education [02:32.27]to assign email____to all its students. [02:37.44]A widely circulated email hoax appears, [02:47.18]warning that reading an email entitled "Good Times" [02:52.64]will____your hard drive and ____ your processor. [02:57.89]In the movie You're Got Mail,a celebration of email romance, [03:09.13]Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks recreate The Shop Around the Corner online. [03:16.88]The original movie,The Shop Around the Corner,was shown in 1937. [03:23.55]B:Key words: [03:30.02]information superhighway shorthand abbreviations [03:40.79]Vocabulary: [03:46.12]techie zoom decode [03:52.65]standby make the rounds [03:58.60]Listen to a short talk about the abbreviations used one the iInternet. [04:05.16]What do these abbreviations mean?Write down the full meaning. [05:57.20]C:Key words: [06:03.44]Tim Berners-Lee World Wide Web [06:09.50]Vocabulary: [06:14.54]primitive [06:17.21]you are going to hear some statements. [06:21.15]Each statement will be followed by a wh-word. [06:26.72]Write down the relevant segments according to the wh-word. [06:32.91]For example,if you hear "The boy was looking for his mother" [06:38.03]"Whom",just write down the words "his mother". [08:05.98]Part II [08:14.45]Network [08:20.61]Key words: [08:25.86]connection systems broadcasting [08:33.02]television computers relations [08:39.78]Vocabulary: [08:45.06]costly [08:48.01]A:Listen to a report about the word "network". [08:54.96]Supply the explanation for the word. [12:40.84]B:Now listen again. [12:45.60]Focus on the original use and modern use of the word "network". [12:52.44]Supply the missing information.