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The Growth of the Internet and the World Wide Web

How large are they now and at what rate has each of them grown?
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Edwin Walker

on 24 September 2010

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Transcript of The Growth of the Internet and the World Wide Web

UK users online 1998 - 8,000,000
1999 - 12,500,000
2000 - 15,800,000
2001 - 19,800,000
2002 - 33,542,500
2003 - 36,291,750
2004 - 37,590,200
2005 - 39,993,050
2006 - 39,715,700
2007 - 43,770,800
2008 - 46,683,900 Users Online in 1998 US - 84,587,000
Brazil - 2,500,000
Russia - 1,200,000
France - 3,704,000
China - 2,100,000 Users Online in 2008 US - 230,630,000 - increase of 146,043,000
Brazil - 72,027,700 - increase of 69,527,700
Russia - 45,250,000 - increase of 44,050,000
France - 42,315,426 - increase of 38,611,426
China - 298,000,000 - increase of 295,900,000 WOW!!! Each day, Google receives billions of searches. Despite these monumental leaps in technology, things still go wrong. 御早うご座います (and not just from people trying to break the Internet) Domain names began to be introduced, the first supposedly on the 15th March 1985 (symbolics.com). More Country Code Top-Level Domains (ccTLD's) were created, including .jp in 1986. 1999 - LiveJournal August 2000 - deviantArt November 2001 - StumbleUpon 2002 - last.fm August 2003 - MySpace September 2003 - del.icio.us February 2004 - Facebook February 2004 - Flickr January 2005 - Bebo June 2005 - Flixster June 2006 - Crunchyroll July 2006 - Twitter 2007 - Tumblr The Rise of Social Networking Communication 1965 - email is developed as a new way to transfer information between computers.
1999 - Microsoft popularise Instant Messaging with MSN Messenger.
2009 - Chatroulette re-popularises anonymous chat rooms with their webcam system, perhaps not for the better. The Concept of Email Top viewed websites as of late 2010
1) Google (Search)
2)Facebook (social Networking)
3)Youtube (videos)
4)Yahoo!(Content & services)
5)Windows Live (content & Services) Top Viewed Websites of late 2008
1)Yahoo! (Content & Services)
2)Google (Search)
3)Windows Live (Content & Services)
4)Youtube (videos)
5)Facebook (social Networking)
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