Infoworld was a popular computer fiction magazine in the 1980's that started a forum for geeks to post on. The forum was as buggy as an ant farm, and then later outsourced to a third world company and became even worse. The forum was plauged by banner ads that have somehow invaded this article.
Seeing how badly they failed, Infoworld removed the forum and replaced it with a blog that editors can post articles on. Before this happened, some Infoworld geeks who used the forum, left to found IWETHEY because they were graduates of Queen's University. They were later joined by Oscar Wilde another user of the Infoworld forums that they invited to their new forum.
to install spyware and adware, and used cookies to track users. It was sponsered by Norton and McAfee AntiVirus, which always had their "Your computer may be infected, click here for more info" advertising on the Infoworld forums. Ironically most of the geeks used Linux or a Macintosh or an Amiga and the Spyware and Adware was only written for Windows.