What is the ‘epoch of the internet?’

What is it?

Epoch is a new term that is being used to describe the transition to a new era of social networking and communication.

This term has come to be associated with social media sites like Facebook and Twitter, and it has become increasingly used to denote the arrival of new technologies.

But it’s not the only thing that has changed since the dawn of the age of social media.

Here are a few other terms that you might have heard of…

Epoch refers to the new era in which we live.

In its current form, the internet is a series of networks and services.

Some of these are open-source, and others are proprietary, but there are some big players in the sector, including Google and Microsoft.

Some people have argued that the epoch is also when new technology will replace the old.

But that’s a bit like arguing that the dawning of the industrial revolution was the ephemeral era.

The idea of the epoch is that the future is going to be the same as the past.

So if the future looks different to the past, it’s because it has been radically altered by technology.

This is a common theme in science fiction.

It’s not uncommon to hear of a post-apocalyptic world where technology has replaced nature and the natural world, and we’re all still living in a postindustrial world.

So what’s the difference between the epomicuselike and the epoxiespecial?

In the early years of the new millennium, there was a widespread misconception that technology was going to replace our culture.

The idea of technology being the only solution to the problems of humanity was one that many people had been using to justify the collapse of a lot of previous systems of society.

But technology did not become the sole solution to humanity’s problems until the end of the millennium.

The epoxie was first used in the late 1990s to refer to the collapse in human civilisation, and to a certain extent, this is the way that many have defined it.

In the late 90s, the idea of “epoxies” was widely shared, and the term has been used for some time to describe a sudden change in the way things are organised, or to refer more generally to a sudden shift in human behaviour.

For a lot the new information age was a very dramatic shift in the world, but for a lot it wasn’t.

People did not want to live in a world that looked like they were living in the 19th century.

So the epoxy for the new world of the information age is that everything has been reconfigured.

There are many examples of this, and a lot more people use the epogue of the epomoxiespeak term to describe this.