Product: Toy: Construction
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Toy blocks for the net-literate toddler

Set of six, carved, painted wood (child-safe paint), resembling the regularly available ones as closely as possible); letters : ~ / w . -

They're intended to "upgrade" an existing set of a-z toy blocks.
-- jutta, Aug 22 1999

There is one master block which contains a wireless communications system, while the other blocks merely indicate their orientation relative to one another. The master block continually updates a web page showing how the blocks are arranged.
-- jimfl, Jan 06 2000

They already do it with math symbols -- why not URL symbols.

Perhaps have whole "words", such as "//", "http","www", "com","net","org","gov", etc., and "ca" for the Canadian set.

A good way to educate children about how the internet works.
-- eagle, Jul 19 2000

My first area code.

My first old style (0 or 1 in middle position) area code.

My first ham radio callsign.

My first assumed name.

My first proprietary character string.

The first zip code in which I own real property.

The first zip code in which I own imaginary property.

My socialist insecurity number.

-- LoriZ, Jun 20 2001

For the older child:

My first car license plate

My first girlfriends phone number

My first bill for one round of drinks in england

-- kaz, Jan 26 2002

mY FiRSt bYte
... Now I know my 01100001, 01100010, 01100011's
-- thumbwax, Jan 27 2002

My first prison number
-- etherman, Mar 21 2005

And for the Aussies living in english-speaking foreign countries:

My first Skippy imitation

My first length of expletives after realising how damn expensive everything is around here.

My first addess book of phone numbers from people I met at youth hostel.
-- froglet, Mar 21 2005

my first line in a bad soap opera

<followed by>

my first bad pop record title
-- etherman, Mar 21 2005

my first list.
-- dentworth, Mar 21 2005

I was actually hoping it would be a website building tool for small children but I guess "Yahoo WebTemplates" already has that baked...
-- submitinkmonkey, Mar 21 2005

I like what [jimfl] said, although it would be nice if they showed either their own position on a website, or, if you managed to place them in a valid URI configuration, it would browse to that page. (naturally you've got a kid safe filter installed if you want one).
-- neilp, Mar 22 2005

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