Hey now, you can't own the Internet. You have to learn to share.
The Internet is actually an international network of smaller networks of computers hooked together. Information travels through fiber optic cables and phone lines from one computer on the Internet to another.
The Internet actually includes different "protocols" like email, Web, FTP, and telnet. The Web is actually only one component of the Internet. To access the Web you use software called browsers, such as Netscape and Internet Explorer.
Have you heard people say -- "I found it on Netscape."?
Knowing what you're looking at on the Internet, where you found it, and how to cite it are important skills.