If you happened to be giving the internet its half term report – assuming of course that the web was actually a small child and you were a slightly stern headmistress (possibly with pencils secreted in your grey bun) you would probably be using words like 'potential' and 'could do better'.
Well we were going to spend the day looking through Spotify, but seeing as the streaming music site has blanked out all the swear words on our Notorious BIG track rendering it entirely lyric-less we'll get on with 7doti instead.
We like cold, hard facts in this column so we went out and commissioned an independent survey to tell us exactly what we wanted to hear by asking a) our mums and b) a bloke wandering round Marylebone station whose only words of English were 'Bobby' and 'Charlton'
If you happened to wander past Westminster at the right moment you might happen to have heard a politician comparing the internet to the Wild West.
Imagine if you can a time when the world was a very different place; Jonathan Ross was missing from our television screens, Sony were yet to release a netbook that cost £850 and only a handful of people had sampled the delights of Windows 7 Beta. Now try to give that scary, alien vision a name. We'll call it '2008'.
It's a Christmas special on TechRadar.com's seven days on the internet and as it's the time of year for appreciating ones friends and giving a little back, we decided that we should dedicate this column to the Digg community.