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Internet 20072490 yoon jun
Internet 20072490 yoon jun
Internet 20072490 yoon jun
Internet 20072490 yoon jun
Internet 20072490 yoon jun
Internet 20072490 yoon jun
Internet 20072490 yoon jun
Internet 20072490 yoon jun
Internet 20072490 yoon jun
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Internet 20072490 yoon jun

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  • 1. Internet 20072490 Yoon Jun
  • 2. Where did the Internet start?• Networked computers started by Military• ARPANET – 1969 experiment by the Defense department• Connected 4 supercomputers• During war email part became popular• Soon became a problem• Protocols were developed• Evolved into today’s Internet 2
  • 3. World Wide Web• Internet went unnoticed for several decades• 1989 – Tim Berners-Lee proposed an idea at CERN (a physics lab in Europe)• Envisioned a network to organize info in pages that were connected by selectable text – hyperlinks• Became popular with researchers 3
  • 4. World Wide Web• 1993 – Graphical User Interface was introduced• Mosaic released as 1st graphical web browser• Web is only part of the internet 4
  • 5. Who owns the Internet?NO ONE!!!!! 5
  • 6. How Do We Join this Growing Community? Users• People who use the services – Look up telephone numbers – Browse online catalogs – Make purchases – Download music/games – Send email• 2/3 of population• Home, work, schools, libraries, other public locations 6
  • 7. How Do We Join this Growing Community? Internet Service Providers• Who we get our service from• For a fee – Examples: ATT, AOL, Sprint, EarthLink, Comcast Cable• Provide access to World Wide Web, email, other resources 7
  • 8. How Do We Join this Growing Community? Content Providers• Supply info to Internet – Commercial businesses – Nonprofit organizations – Educational institutions – Individuals 8
  • 9. Reperencewww.wikipedia.org/http://terms.naver.com/entry.nhn?docId=826386&mobile&categoryId=390http://terms.naver.com/entry.nhn?docId=1165514&mobile&categoryId=200000754 9

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