-Did you know that the Worldwide
Web just turned 30 years old? -What?
-Yeah. It’s the 30th anniversary —
or birthday, I guess — of the Internet.
-That’s crazy. -Is that the same thing — the
Worldwide Web and the Internet? -I think they’re
two different things. -They’re two
different things? Who in– the Internet
was invented by Al Gore. -Right. [ Laughter ] Well, anyways, the Worldwide Web
turned 30 years old today, and a lot has changed
since it started, so — even how it sounds. So, I thought it would
be kind of fun. I took some classic Web sounds,
like dial-ups, modems, the AOL guy, and I put them into
an app called SampleBot. It’s this thing, right? So, now, I — This is, like,
the, like… [ Screechy
dial-up sound ] You know what I’m saying?
Remember those things? You can do, uh… -Welcome.
-Yeah. So, anyways, I thought I’d remix
those sounds into a song in honor of
the Worldwide Web. [ Cheers and applause ] All right, so,
here’s the first request. [ Electronic tone ] [ Drum cymbals tapping ] [ Screechy dial-up noise ] ♪♪ -Welcome. Wel-welcome. Welcome.
Goodbye. Welcome. Welcome.
You’ve got mail. You — you —
you’ve got mail. You — you —
you’ve got mail. You’ve got — you — you —
you’ve got mail. ♪♪ -Goodbye. [ Cheers and applause ] -Happy birthday,
Worldwide Web! Stick around.
We’ll be right back with Keira Knightley,
everyone. [ Cheers and applause ] -Goodbye.
Welcome. Goodbye. Goodbye.
Goodbye. Goodbye. Goodbye. Goodbye.