1. When another human approaches your terminal, they will likely want to “speak” to you, exporting audible, linguistically coded messages from their mouth to your ears.
2. Eventually, their mouth will stop moving and producing sounds, indicating the data flow is complete. It is now your turn to “reply”.
3. To reply, have your C.P.U, or brain, compose a “sentence,” a grammatically self containd speech unit made up of words.
4. Then, export the message using your voice. (This process is much like e-mail.)
Special Note:Do not attempt to click on person’s face. Do not try to insert disk into his or her mouth. Good luck![via: the onion]