Before the internet became popular, there were other ways of sharing information. The first computer networks started in 1969 with ARPANET and all it took to send information was a phone line. It wasn’t until 1991 that Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web, giving people access to more information than ever before. This post will discuss how the internet has changed over time and what the future may hold for this important resource!
Timeline Of Internet History
The internet first became popular in 1991, when Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web.
In 1993, Marc Andreessen created Mosaic, which was a browser that changed everything and put the internet on computers instead of just being accessed by university scientists with limited access to it. The year 1994 is considered one of the most important years for internet history because in January Microsoft released Windows 95, making people believe they could use this new technology at home too! As time went on more websites popped up and there were many companies vying for your attention online. It wasn’t until 2004 that Google officially overtook Yahoo as the #worldwide search engine leader though so we’ll see what happens from here!
The history can be traced back as far as 1946 when it was first conceptualized by an American engineer, mathematician, and physicist Dr. Leonard Kleinrock in his paper “Information Flow in Large Communication Nets” for MIT’s Lincoln Laboratory from 1961-1963 at Massachusetts Institute for Technology (MIT). In this time period, data could only travel between two points within 56Km with speeds up to 50KBs per second which would take 0.01 seconds or 30 milliseconds (.0030) per byte transmitted! Since then there has been some
What Is Internet?
The internet is a global system of interconnected computer networks that allow billions of people to communicate, access information, and share content. Originally developed for the U.S military by an American scientist named ARPA or Advanced Research Projects Agency in 1969, the internet was originally designed as a network connecting computers at universities with one another and goes on to connect most of the world’s countries together today!
What Are The Types Of Internet?
The internet is a network of networks that can be classified into four categories:
-Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM)
-Wide Area Wireless Data Networks or WANs
-Metropolitan Area Network(MAN) and Local area Network(LAN).
These different types are distinguished by geographical size, capacity, cost, and speed. For example, in contrast to GSM being fast but expensive and localized MAN being slow but inexpensive. Broadly speaking, there are three major varieties of Internet access technology: wired connections such as DSL or cable; wireless connections like WiMAX or microwave radio systems; and satellite communication systems where satellites store data on disk drives before they rely on radio waves to transmit the information.
What Are The Importance Of The Internet?
1. You can find more information about anything
2. It’s easy to stay in touch with friends and family
3. You can buy things online without having to leave your house
4. There are lots of free games you can play online
5. You don’t have to pay for TV or radio programs anymore
6. You can do research on the internet for school projects and homework assignments. The internet makes it easier than ever before for students around the globe to collaborate on school projects together from home, saving time and money spent traveling back and forth between countries every day!
7. If you’re feeling bored, there is always something new to explore on the internet (e-mail, chat rooms, blogging)
8. The internet has made it easier for people all over the world to communicate with each other despite geographical limitations and language barriers
9. You can learn about different cultures by looking at their websites and blogs, or even talking to them in real life if they live close enough!
10. There are so many things for kids to do online that will help them grow up smarter than ever before- there’s no need for expensive toys anymore!
11. It lets us stay connected with family members who live far away without having to spend a lot of money on phone calls or plane tickets!