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For many a year, people have wondered to themselves what actually is the internet? Many scientists have wanted to answer these people and so we have created this presentation for them to achieve the answer that they have been searching for.
TIM (bunsen) BERNERS-LEE
The history of the internet!!!
What is the internet??
The tinterweb is not that old!!! The Internet was commercialized in 1995 when NSFNET was decommissioned, removing the last restrictions on the use of the Internet to carry commercial traffic.
There are an estimated 1.73 billion Internet users worldwide!
Approximately 11 countries in the world still do not access to the Internet!
Google's index hosts about 8 billion pages!
The most popular online activity is e-mail,
closely followed by instant messaging!
Youtube serves a billion videos everyday!
Although the World Wide Web is often referred to as the Internet, the two are not the same thing. The Internet is a huge network of networks that links computers together all over the world using a range of wires and wireless technologies. The World Wide Web is the collection of linked pages that are accessed using the Internet and a web browser.
English physicist Sir Tim Berners-Lee is regarded as having invented the World Wide Web in 1989. Since then he has continued the development of web standards and other web related projects.
The first search engine
Archie was the first search engine on the internet
The name stands for 'archive' without the 'v'
It was developed in 1990 by Alan Emtage
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