It's TED talk day, as you'd know by looking at the calendar and seeing Whenever The Hell I Feel Like It scrawled in crayon where your calendar used to be because also I stole your calendar. On deck is Andrew Blum of Wired, who spoke in Edinburgh, Scotland in June about the Internet.
Not the thing you and I are using. The actual, physical Internet. You know, the series of tubes, and just how durable the thing is.
As a companion piece, back in May, Scott White of Gizmodo wrote about how one would go about destroying the Internet. The answer, in short: with great difficulty, and please do not try to destroy the Internet at home.