The superhighway that goes through Germany, which inspired President Dwight D. Eisenhower's decision to implement the Interstate System is called the Autobahn, where the suggested speed limit is 80 MPH but there is no official speed limit.
What is difference between information superhighway and internet?
"Information Superhighway" is a nick name for the Internet.
Asked in US Presidents, US Vice Presidents
Which vice president coined the phrase information superhighway?
I can't say that he coined the phrase, but I believe the former Vice President had become President already and his name is George Herbert Walker Bush, America's 41st President. During his presidency, he spoke about the Information Superhighway. ...
Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights
What has the author Randall L Carlson written?
Randall L. Carlson has written: 'The information superhighway' -- subject(s): Economic aspects, Economic aspects of Information superhighway, Economic aspects of Interactive multimedia, Economic aspects of Telecommunication, Information superhighway, Interactive multimedia, Strategic alliances (Business), Telecommunication ...
What are the release dates for Double Dragon - 1993 Superhighway Warriors 2-5?
Double Dragon - 1993 Superhighway Warriors 2-5 was released on: USA: 9 October 1994 ...
Asked in Computers
Why is the world wide web called information superhighway?
Because you can transfer information on it very fast. For example this answer will reach you at the speed of light! ...
What is the information superhighway?
Any mechanism that permits the high speed transfer of data from one computer system or network to another, like the Internet, cable, broadband, etc. The World Wide Web is the ultimate information superhighway. The term is associated with Al Gore who introduced the term in 1978. See related links for more information (via the information superhighway!) ...