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  • 1. Internet History
    Quanisha Porter-Rhodes
  • 2. Start of Internet
    The internet started in 1950 with the development of the computer. Which began with point-to-point communications between mainframe computers and terminals and it expanded point-to-point connections between computers and the early research into packet switching.
  • 3. Connection
    Lawrence Roberts of MIT connected a Massachusetts computer with a California computer in 1965 over dial-up telephone lines.
  • 4. E-mail
    People from the ARPANET started using the internet more and email was invented and people were able to communicate through emails.
    Larry Roberts writes first email management program (RD) to list, selectively read, file, forward, and respond to messages. (1972)
  • 5. SPAM!!
    The first commercial spam message was sent. (1978)
    Now they run through our computers everyday and end up giving viruses
  • 6. DSL
    DSL originally stood for Digital Subscriber Loop
    dsl was made in 1990 as more people got more interested in having a computer in their homes.
    Traditional dial up companies (CompuServe, America Online) begin to provide internet access (1995)
  • 7. WWW.
    Berners-Lee and others proposed a new protocol for information distribution. This protocol, which became the World Wide Web in 1991, was based on hypertext.
    in 1996 microsoft become popular in the network 12.8 Million Hosts, 0.5 Million WWW Sites.
  • 8. Internet Today
    As the Internet has become faster, and increasingly accessible to non-technical communities, social networking and collaborative services have grown rapidly, enabling people to communicate and share interests in many more ways.
    Sites like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, wikis, and many more let people of all ages rapidly share their interests with others everywhere.
  • 9. http://www.livinginternet.com/i/ii_summary.htm  
    http://www.computerhistory.org/internet_history/  
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Historyoftheinternet
    http://www.walthowe.com/navnet/history.html
    http://www.netvalley.com/cgibin/intval/net_history.pl?chapter=1