Yes, maybe I am little bit too nitpicky, but this bugs me: April 30th 1993 the World Wide Web became officially accessible for the general public and libwww became open source. Some media saw this as a reason to celebrate yesterday the 15th birthday of the WWW. Due to this "birthday" I stumbled across a common mistake more often then usually: Mixing up WWW with the Internet.
The WWW is not the Internet!
As an analogy - a car is not a highway. The WWW is one of many internet-based services like email, IRC or p2p networks. The Internet is the underlying network that is using the Internet Protocol (IP). I personally would like to see a little bit more awareness of this issue.