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The Internet loves a good mystery. From cracking complicated codes to identifying obscure songs, web users love to solve the unsolvable. Online communities such as Reddit and 4chan have entire threads devoted to picking apart riddles, while sites like Websleuths are created solely for the purpose of crime-solving.
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The Internet can be a wonderful place, but it can also be a very strange one. Are they intentionally creepy? Not all of them, no; but there's always an element of fear lying somewhere in the depths of the unknown. And let's face it: Even though the Internet puts a wealth of knowledge and information at our fingertips, there is still so much about the world that we don't understand — even when it comes to the Internet itself. We all log onto it every day, checking our email, posting our statuses, looking up exactly what that word you heard on your favorite podcast during your morning commute means While it's true that you don't need to understand what's under the hood of something to appreciate everything it can do for you, it's still kind of odd that we all surf the web so thoughtlessly much of the time, isn't it? Given all this, then, it's perhaps unsurprising that the Internet has its secrets, the same as anyone else.