The Internet is a "Series of Tubes"... No Really!
Written by David R Jennings   
Wednesday, 02 January 2008
Bauart Launches World Wide Tubes

In 2006 U.S. Senator Ted Stevens blundered his way through a description of the internet by describing it as "A Series of Tubes" . In 2007 the phrase "World Wide Tubes" occasionally pop'd-up in the American lexicon, often as a digg on Senator Stevens.

After hearing the Senator make this fatal faux paux we at Bauart Creative couldn't stop thinking that maybe he might just be on to something big? To help set things straight for Senator Stevens, and possibly reinvent him as a technical visionary, Bauart Creative Services has just launched a new Web site that will make 2008 the year of the World Wide Tubes .
"World Wide Tubes" Launched on New Years Day January 1, 2008
World Wide Tubes is a site developed by Bauart Creative Services for all the would be Tubers of the world! We constantly search the internet for interesting news stories, important articles, and even occasionally toss in some trivial entertainment. We then sprinkle it with a light dose of jocular commentary and place the news links on one web page for you to gobble up quickly. The concept behind World Wide Tubes is to help all the non-technical Luddites of the world get up-to-speed as fast as the techno-new-dweebies.

I recommend that instead of popping through a dozen Websites each day you get a cup a joe, put up your feet and take it easy. World Wide Tubes has a tube for you. And just like the weather in Texas, if you don't like what you see on the Tubes, then just wait a few minutes and a new Tube will appear for your approval.
Don't forget to bookmark World Wide Tubes and send it to all your friends!
So..PLEASE make a new years resolution to stop sucking from the wrong tube! Become a "World Wide Tuber" and get all your news from the World Wide Tubes !

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