Internet: a vast computer network linking smaller computer networks worldwide (usually prec. by the ). The Internet includes commercial, educational, governmental, and other networks, all of which use the same set of communications protocols.
My definition: the best thing in the world that has helped me with so many things and is super addicting especially when discovering Facebook (and um, you should know what it is cuz you're kinda reading this and its....wait for it..... on the internet! :O)

The internet represents the Constitution because its is made by the people, for the people. That statement IS the Constitution, and it also represents republicanism. The internet was made for us to use to ease some problems, educate us, and for pure enjoyment. The Constitution was not made for enjoyment, it's far from it, but it was made to ease some problems, and now it is being used to educate us about our county. The first amendment, freedom of speech, petition, religion, assembly, and press is also represented, you can do all of those things on here.

Picture Credits: Image: Internet/

The Picture above shows a figure being disconnected from the internet. This relates to the Constitution because if you are disconnected from the Constitution or know nothing about it, you are missing out. (Not because of fun though, the Constitution is not fun at all) Everyone now should know about the internet because it is being used so much. The Constitution is the same; you need to know about it, the principles, Preamble, amendments, etc. If you don't know about it, it's not really a crime, but it would be helpful.

“The Constitution is not an instrument for the government to restrain the people, it is an instrument for the people to restrain the government - lest it come to dominate our lives and interests.” --Patrick Henry

Ysa and Jeri(:Comments Go Hereeee! :D
This is a really good way to connect the internet to the constitution. So many things are on the internet you just have to know about it. -SG