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Comment: Re:I don't know everything. (Score 1) 540

by KD5YPT (#30327582) Attached to: Google Launches Public DNS Resolver

Technically, when you type in an web address for the first time, your computer/router etc have NO idea where that address it. So what it does is to send that address to a DNS server, which will reply something like "Oh, for this part of this address (like go to this IP address." Your router/computer will cache that address for a while so it doesn't have to keep asking the DNS and use the IP address to go there, and send the web address over for further information (like for this story, the is likely resolved by a DNS, with the rest of the address resolved by server).

One good reason why computers can do more work than people is that they never have to stop and answer the phone.