The earth is approximately 4.55 billion years old. The Stone Age begins in the year 5997987 B.C. where we finally get a glimpse of early man and what they can do. The Stone Age gets its name from all the stone tools and weapons that early man created.
Last true Egyptian Dynasty
5000 B.C. - 380 B.C.
The last true Pharaoh of Egypt was Tutenkahmen ; He was thrown off his chariot when he was 19 , and left no heir to the throne. That was the end of the last true Egyptian dynasty.
Sumerian and Chaldean number system
5000 B.C. - 2329
This was the first numbering system; it had sixty as the base and the multiplication went up to 59 times 59.
4000 B.C. - 200 B.C.
The Egyptian had a numeral system base of ten.
4000 B.C. - 2329
The Sumerians were the first to have a written language, it is called cuneiform. They also created name seals , where you would carve your name into a cylinder stone and roll it in ink and then roll it on papyrus. This seal was mainly for nobles and the king.
3500 B.C. - 2300 B.C.
Humans discovered metal as a raw material for fashioning tools, weapons, and jewelry. Now early man is becoming more social in building villages and you are also starting to see trained warriors as well.
3000 B.C. - 1000 B.C.
The Sumerians numerals were based on multiples of 6 & 12.
2000 B.C. - 1999 B.C.
Babylon used highly developed geometry as basis for astronomic measurements.
1500 B.C. - 800 B.C.
The Chinese created mathematical permutations and " magic squares" which is a group of numbers that are i the from of a square and any way you add them you will get the same answer.
1200 B.C. - 900 B.C.
The Phoenicians created the alphabet , they also created purple dye and were merchants and sea-traders.
1100 B.C. - 500 B.C.
The Assyrians were a very powerful empire that actually overpowered the Egyptians. The Assyrians were overpowered by the Romans in 500 B.C.
1000 B.C. - 600 B.C.
The Chinese also created textbooks for math that included proportions, " rule of 3" arithmetic, geometry, equations with one or more unknown quantities, and theory of motion.
The Romans defeat the Etruscans
524 B.C. - 391 B.C.
The Etruscans tried to attack the Greeks and the Romans many times; and each time the Etruscans lost, The Romans and Greeks had enough ; so the Greeks fought them and won. So, they didn't mess with the Greeks, but they kept trying to fight the Romans; so the Romans finally defeated the Etruscans in 391 B.C.
Hellenic Period Greece
500 B.C. - 300 B.C.
500 B.C. - 30 B.C.
Philip becomes King of Macedonia
359 B.C. - 336 B.C.
Philip was the youngest son of his father, and as a young boy he was taken hostage and learned military techniques from Thebes. He came back and became King , because his elder brothers had all died.He was a great King and he was able to take control of the Greeks militia. He was later killed at his daughter's wedding. Many believe his wife was the one to rearrange the assassination.
Philip of Macedonia forces a treaty with the Greeks
359 B.C. - 324 B.C.
Philip of Macedonia forced a treaty with the Greeks, when he took over their militia so that they wouldn't be mad.
Alexander becomes King
336 B.C. - 323 B.C.
He was crowned King, and basically was in control of the whole world back then, except for China. He died at age 32, but was considered a great king.
Persia defeated by Alexander the Great
334 B.C. - 326 B.C.
One of Alexander's greatest feats , is when he conquered Persia. That was when he was considered a great king.
332 B.C. - 10 B.C.
Carthage survives for a long time in Africa.
323 B.C. - 320 B.C.
When Alexander died, many mourned. his empire was divided between his generals. One of his generals Candragupta Maurya united the northern states into the first Indian Empire. Many today believe that Alexander the Great was poisoned on his way back from Egypt.
323 B.C. - 200 B.C.
Euclid wrote the "Elements" a standard work of geometry.
Seleucids and the Celtic Gauls
321 B.C. - 250 B.C.
Selecuids rule Iran and Palestine, and the Celtic Gauls start to settle in France and Central Europe
Ist Punic War
264 B.C. - 241 B.C.
Hannibal of Carthage helped to defend the Carthaginians from the Romans.
Hannibal crosses the Alps
218 B.C. - 202 B.C.
Hannibal crosses the alps with his army some horses and donkeys. And a few elephants!
The Great Wall of China
215 B.C. - 10 B.C.
The Great Wall of China was built to keep invaders from coming to mess with the farmers. And while it was still under construction invaders came to mess with the farmers.
Maccabaeus restore temple in Jerusalem
164 B.C. - 120 B.C.
After the temple in Jerusalem is destroyed, Maccabaeus restores it and also restores the everlasting light in the temple. Which in many temples there is one everlasting light to remind us of Maccabaeus and what he did for the Jews.
143 B.C. - 63 B.C.
For a little while the Hebrews are able to live in safety without any wars or trouble , but little did they now that war would come there way again.
Carthage destroyed and Greece taken by Rome
146 B.C. - 1 A.D
Carthage was one of the many Greek towns , and it was a very important one for trade. Once the Romans conquered it , they were then able to conquer Rome.
Parthinians take Babylonia
144 B.C. - 1 A.D.
Parthinians were at war with Babylonians for many years and finally they were able to conquer the city!
Parthians take Media
141 B.C. - 1 A.D.
The Parthians were starting to become a strong empire, to the point they then took the big city of Media.
Birth of Christ
1 AD - 2 AD
Christ is born in Bethlehem
79 AD - 80 AD
Pompeii is buried by the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius.
Hipparchus Nicaea invented trigonometry
160 A.D. - 180 A.D.
Hipparchus Nicaea invents trigonometry.
250 AD - 260 AD
Diophantus writes the first book on algebra.
410 AD - 1000 AD
The Dark Ages have finally begun in Europe. The bubonic plague, evil kings and queens, the struggle of the peasants finally make their appearance.
Fall of Rome
476 AD - 1000 AD
Rome has finally been defeated.
479 AD - 1400 AD
In southern China we see one of the very first dynasties coming around , the Chi dynasty.
500 AD - 1500 AD
Soon after the Dark ages we see the middle ages. The great fire of London, millions of deaths from the bubonic plague, and King Henry VII.
589 AD - 650 AD
Queen Theodelinda converts to Catholicism.
595 AD - 630 AD
The first authenticated record of decimal reckoning occurs in India.
632 AD - 750 AD
The Moslems start to take control over the Mediterranean area after their great prophet Muhammed dies. They even fight a war against the Catholics.
810 AD - 890 AD
The Persians are the first to coin the term "algebra".
814 AD - 830 AD
The Arabs include zero to multiply by ten.
Europe and Arabs
975 AD - 1000 AD
the present mathematical notion of multiplying with zero and algebra is brought to Europe by the Arabs.
William the Conqueror
1066 AD - 1189 AD
William the Conqueror becomes King of England.
1095 AD - 1230 AD
The Crusades are commissioned by the Pope to free the Holy Land, Jerusalem.
1189 AD - 1199 AD
King Richard the Lionheart becomes the new king of England, after William the Conqueror's death.
1200 AD - 1500 AD
Incan Empire in Peru begins, the Incas are known for their wonderful pottery and warrior costumes.
1312 AD - 1337 AD
Mali Empire reaches its height in Africa, it becomes a great trading post.
England and France
1337 AD - 1453 AD
100 Years' War between England and France for the right to rule France.
1346 AD - 1350 AD
The Black Plague starts in China and reaches into Europe and causes millions and millions of deaths.
Mongols in China
1368 AD - 1405 AD
China is under the rule of the Mongols with Genghis Khan as their emperor.
War of Roses
1445 AD - 1485 AD
The War of Roses started , because of a bitter fight between two of the royal families; Lancaster and York. The struggle became known as the War of Roses because both sides wore a rose emblem as a badge.
1453 AD - 1780 AD
France has a stable government that lasts 347 years, but soon a revolt takes place that makes them change their thinking again.
1453 AD - 1560 AD
The Turks start winning land from the Byzantine people, and filly they were able to capture Constantinople in 1453. Constantinople was the capital of the Byzantine empire. The Sultan of the Turks Mehmet II renamed Constantinople, Istanbul.
Tsar Ivan III
1462 AD - 1505 AD
Tsar Ivan III, or Ivan the Terrible, which really means Ivan the Great. He declared himself Tsar (emperor) of Russia in 1480 and was considered a great king. During his reign he built many beautiful buildings in his capital, Moscow.
King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella
1474 AD - 1516 AD
King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella successfully rule Spain. They were also the King and Queen that commissioned Columbus three ships to go and sail to the New World.
1476 AD - 1530 AD
The Chimu civilization in Peru are defeated by the Aztecs. The Aztecs then used the killed warriors and prisoners as human sacrifices to their gods.
1478 AD - 1488 AD
During the Spanish Inquisition heresy is found in the royal families.
King Henry VII
1485 AD - 1509 AD
The Earl of Warwick or the "Kingmaker" stops helping his brother Edward IV and starts helping Henry VII become king.
1490 AD - 1511 AD
Ashikaga Yoshima a Japanese shogun is starting to rise to power.
1492 AD - 1493 AD
Christopher Columbus sails west hoping to reach India or China. Instead, he discovers a New World.
Moslems and Spain
1492 AD - 1500 AD
The Moslems are driven from Spain (Granada), and sent to either Africa or other surrounding countries.
1493 AD - 1494 AD
Pope Alexander of Spain divides land between Spain an Portugal, creating on elf the first boundaries.
1497 AD - 1498 AD
john "Giovanni" Cabot, an Italian explorer discovers North America for England.
1498 AD - 1499 AD
Christopher Columbus made his third voyage to the New World to establish settlements.
1498 AD - 1499 AD
the Portuguese start to establish trading centers in India, the East Indies, and China.
Treaty of Granada
1500 AD - 1501 AD
Treaty fo Granada: France and Aragon divide Naples.
Scipione de Ferro
1505 AD - 1506 AD
Scipione de Ferro solves a form of cubic equation.
King Charles I
1516 - 1556
King Charles I of Spain ruled in an interesting time in Spanish history. With Mexico and South America being conquered, the Spanish were soon taking over the New World. And King Charles I was positive he would control all of it.
Europeans vs. China
1523 - Approx. 1523
Many Europeans were in China, for many reasons. One, was to spread the gospel. Two, was to take control of the riches. Three, try to take control of China. Finally, in 1523 the Europeans left and decided to leave China alone for awhile.
Germany vs. Boers
1524 - 1526
When we think of Boer, we usually think of the Boers fighting for land in South Africa. But, this wasn't the only Boer war. In Germany, the Boers also fought for land to harvest crops and raise families. This war lasted for two years.
1524 - 1525
Giovanni Verrazano was one of the many explorers sent to explore the New World. HIs particular mission was to explore the coast of North America.
Hungary vs. Turks
1526 - Approx. 1590
The Turks were some of the most fierce fighters in the Middle Ages. And one of their greatest accomplishments was taking Hungary.
Mogol Emperor Babur
1526 - Approx. 1537
The Mogol Emperor, Babur founded the Mughal Dynasty in Delhi.
1527 - Approx. 1600
In Italy, there is a little city called Florence. In the 1500's Florence declared that they would be a republic.
1534 - 1545
Everyone has heard of the famous Frenchman, Jaques Cartier. Who brilliantly started taking control of many parts of Canada. In 1534 he was sent to study the coast of Newfoundland.
1550 - Approx. 1550
Rhaeticus writes trigonometric tables.
Queen Elizabeth I
1558 - Approx. 1600
Queen Elizabeth I rules England.
Spain and America
1565 - Approx. 1565
Spain travels to America and start the St. Augustine colony in Florida.
1566 - 1567
The Netherlands revolt against Spain.
Venice and Spain
1571 - 1573
Venice and Spain defeat the Turks.
1576 - Approx. 1576
Francois Viete introduces decimal fractions.
1587 - 1590
Sir Walter Raleigh founds the mysterious colony of Roanoke. Three years after finding the new colony, all the settlers disappeared.
1588 - 1590
The Spanish Armada is finally defeated by England.
Ludolph van Ceulens
1596 - Approx. 1596
Ludolph van Ceulens gives ratio of the diameter to the circumference to twenty places.
King Henry IV
1598 - 1610
King Henry IV rules Spain.
King Philip III
1598 - 1610
King Philip III rules Spain.
1607 - Approx. 1742
Jamestown is founded by the English and is one of the first successful settlements in America.
King Louis XIII
1610 - 1643
King Louis XIII is the new ruler of France.
1612 - Approx. 1612
Bartholomew Piticus uses decimal point in his trigonometrical tables.
Thirty Years' War
1618 - 1648
Thirty Years' War- Spain and Austria defeated.
1620 - Approx. 1621
Edmund Gunter writes treatise on logarithms.
1620 - 1630
French Huguenots declare war on King Louis XIII.
1620 - 1622
The Mayflower leaves England with 102 passengers, they are the same pilgrims that settle in Plymouth.
1620 - Approx. 1620
Kepler's mother is arrested for witchcraft.
King Philip IV
1621 - 1665
King Philip IV is the new ruler of Spain.
1622 - 1742
The pilgrims of the Mayflower found Plymouth.
1625 - 1649
King Charles I reigns in England
Brackets for math
Brackets and other abbreviations introduces in mathematica.
1631 - Approx. 1631
William Oughtred proposes symbol "x" for multiplication
1639 - Approx. 1639
Gerard Desargues writes a book on modern geometry
English Civil Wars
1642 - 1660
The English Civil Wars begin
King Louis XIV
1643 - 1715
King Louis XIV rules France
British vs. Dutch
1664 - Approx. 1776
The British take control of the Dutch colonies, New York and New Jersey.
1669 - Approx. 1910
England takes control of Bombay, India
1669 - 1670
Triple alliance against France
England and France vs. Dutch
1670 - Approx. 1670
England and France sign an anti-Dutch treaty
1685 - Approx. 1700
All China ports open to foreign trade.
1685 - 1688
James II reigns in England
William and Mary of Orange
1688 - Approx. 1700
There is a glorious Revolution in England, that overthrows James II and William and Mary take to the throne.
1715 - Approx. 1715
Brook Taylor invents the calculus of finite differences
King Louis XV
1715 - 1774
King Louis XV of France.
1740 - 1786
Czar Peter the great of Russia
Frederick the Great
1740 - 1786
King Frederick the Great of Russia
1740 - 1780
Empress Maria Theresa of Austria.
French and Indian War
1754 - 1763
The French and Indian War begins in North America.
Catherine the Great
1762 - 1796
Empress Catherine the Great of Russia
Boston Tea Party
1773 - Approx. 1773
The colonists of Boston mad over the tax required to buy tea, dress like Native American Indians and throw the imported tea into the Boston Harbor as sign of rebellion to the British.
1774 - Approx. 1774
The First Continental Congress meets in Philadelphia to discuss how to deal with the British. Many of the attendees include Ben Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, and George Washington.
King Louis XVI
1774 - 1792
King Louis XVI of France
1775 - Approx. 1775
Daniel Boone begins building the Wilderness Road, so that homesteaders can settle more parts of America.
Declaration of Independence
1776 - Approx. 1776
Thomas Jefferson and other political leaders write the Declaration of Independence to send to the British.
England vs. Netherlands
1780 - 1790
England declares war against the Netherlands
1780 - 1790
Emperor Joseph II of Austria.
1783 - Approx. 1783
Spain recognizes US independence
US and China
1784 - Approx. 1784
US and China begin trading
1789 - 1800
The French Revolution begins due to the poor not being treated equally.
1789 - Approx. 1789
Thanksgiving Day (aka T-day) established
Russia and Turkey
1791 - Approx. 1791
The war between Russia and Turkey ends
1794 - Approx. 1794
1796 - Approx. 1796
The last of Britain's troops leave the USA.
Spain vs. England
1796 - Approx. 1797
Spain declares war on England.
Treaty of Tripoli
1796 - Approx. 1796
Was the first treaty concluded by the United States of America and Tripolitania.
Britain and Ireland
1804 - Approx. 1804
The Union of Great Britain and Ireland
1804 - Approx. 1806
Mungo Park begins Africa exploration
1804 - 1815
Napoleon Bonaparte is crowned Emperor of France.
Britain vs. Spain vs. France
1805 - Approx. 1805
Battle of Trafalgar: England defeats both Spain and France at sea.
1805 - Approx. 1805
US Marines attack Tripoli
King Louis XVIII
1814 - 1821
King Louis XVIII of France
1814 - Approx. 1814
Washington DC is burned by the British
US Marines attack shores of Tripoli
Mexico and Spain
1821 - Approx. 1821
Mexico wins independence from Spain
King Charles X
1824 - 1830
King Charles X of France
1824 - Approx. 1824
Simon Bolivar named dictator of Peru
1825 - Approx. 1825
The Erie Canal opens
1825 - Approx. 1825
Malden Island is discovered
US Congress approves Indian Territory
End of First Burmese War
The Creek Indians lose all property to the US government
Dutch Trade Company
The Dutch Trade Company get opium monopoly
Russians vs. Turks
The Russians defeat the Turks
France vs. Algeria
France captures Algeria
1830 - 1840
Peter II, the last of Vladiskas Dynasty
Rich and John Lander
Richard and John Lander discover the source of the Nile River
Belgium and Netherlands
Separation of Belgium from the Netherlands
British and Falkland Isles
The British take control of the Falkland Islands
French Foreign Legion
French Foreign Legion founded
The Alamo is fought in Texas
1837 - 1901
Queen Victoria of England
February Revolution-Louis overthrown
1849 - 1880
California Gold Rush begins
First National Women's Rights convention in US
Commodore Perry opens trade with Japan.
1854 - 1856
The war in which Russian lost to an alliance of France, the Ottoman Empire, Sardinia, and Britain.
Britain and India
The British proclaim peace with India.
Prince William of Prussia
France and Austria
France declared war on Austria
Burke and Wills
Burke and Wills explore Australia
1861 - 1865
The Civil War begins in the United States
Italy proclaimed a kingdom
US Civil War
The United States Civil Wars Occupation and Reconstruction begins.
The Prussian and Italian alliance against Austria.
The Invention of Barbed Wire changes the West
1868 - 1878
The Meiji Dynasty (destroyed by the Shogunte) is restored.
The Revolution in Spain begins
The Transcontinental Railroad is complete
The Franco-Prussian War begins
Germany united as an empire
The Ashanti War ended. Yay!
Britain and Fiji Islands
Britain annexes the Fiji Islands
Rebellion in China 0.0
Korea becomes an independent nation
Battle of Little Bighorn
Yellow Fever Epidemic in Tennessee
Oklahoma Land Runs
Oklahoma Land Run
Fritjof Nansen crosses the Arctic Ocean
Korea and Japan
Korea and Japan declare war on China
Cuba fights Spain for its independence
Russia and China
Russia and China sign the Manchurian Convention
Turkey declares war on Greece
Battle of Thessalie
Battle of Thessalie: Turkish army beats Greece
Spain vs. USA
1898 - 1899
The USA declares war on Spain over Cuba
A treaty annexing the Republic of Hawaii to the US
1900 - 1910
The US goes on gold standard for currency
Max Planck formulates the quantum theory
Sire Arthur Evans
Sire Arthur Evans discovered Knossus
British and North Nigeria
The British take North Nigeria
America and Cuba
American occupation of Cuba ended
Race riots start in Atlanta, Georgia
Einstein formulates the Theory of Relativity and more
Tsarists troops fire on Bloody Sunday demonstrators
Belgium King Leopold
1906 - 1907
Belgium King Leopold claims Congo as personal possession
U.S troops and Cuba
U.S troops occupy Cuba
England and France agree on Siamese independence
Maria Montessori opens her first school
Hermann Minkowski formulates four-dimensional geometry
1908 - 2015
We do not see any specific accomplishments in mathematics from 1908 onward, but we do recognize that all advances in computer, space technology, and physics are directly due to mathematics.
South Africa is established
1909 - 1910
The Civil War in Honduras begins
Japan and Korea
Japan annexes Korea
The Revolution in Portugal begins
Revolution in Central China
1911 - 1912
The Turks and the Italians fight each other
1912 - 1913
The Balkan War begins and ends
World War I
1914 - 1918
World War I the world collide and fight each other for freedom
American women win the right to vote
League of Nations
The League of Nations is established
End of the Russian Civil War
US and the League of Nations
The US declines membership in the League of Nations
American Women fight for their right to vote
King Faisall of Iraq
Britain recognizes the Kingdom of Egypt
Mussolini forms a Fascist government
The Soviet states form the USSR
Greece is proclaimed a republic
Lebanon becomes a republic
The Soviet Union exiles Leon Trotsky
USSR signs Braind-Kellogg pact
Vatican City becomes a sovereign state
Nazi revolution in Germany
Spanish Civil War
1936 - 1939
Spanish Civil War
Hans Albrecht Bethe
Hans Albrecht Bethe explains nuclear energy
Leo Szilard- explains nuclear chain reaction
World War II
1939 - 1945
World War II
Pearl Harbor bombed by the Japanese
Us and Japan
The United States declares war with Japan
the first atomic bomb is dropped
The United Nations is formed and established
Jewish state of Israel established
Ghandi is assassinated
Apartheid established in South Africa
Britain and China
Britain recognizes Communist China
Ho Chi Minh
Ho Chi Minh begins offensive against French troops in Indo China
India becomes a republic free from Britain
Israeli Knesset resolves Jerusalem is capital of Israel
1950 - 1953
US and Vietnam
Us signs military assistance pact with Vietnam
USSR and China
The USSR & Communist China sign a peace treaty
Israel and Germany
Israel demands compensation from Germany
1951 - 1976
The Us goes to war against Vietnam. The movie "Apocalypse Now" is based on this war.
Marshal Tito is president of Yugoslavia
Modern Egypt is established
USSR and Germany
The USSR ends war with Germany
Sudan becomes independent
European Common Market
European Common Market established
Fidel Castro takes leadership of Cuba
Belgian Congo granted independence
Communists build the Berlin Wall
European Free Trade Association
European Free Trade association forms in Stockholm
Us & Japan
US & Japan sign joint defense treaty
Bay of Pigs
Bay of Pigs- unsuccessful invasion of Cuba
Uganda and Tanganyika
Uganda and Tanganyika become independent
Kenya becomes an independent republic
Civil Rights Movement
The Civil Rights Movement begin
Zanzibar and Tanganyika
Zanzibar and Tanganyika join as Tanzania
Revolution in Algeria
Gambia becomes independent
President Johnson's "Great Society" address
Indira Gandhi becomes Prime Minister of India
Six Day War
Six Day War between Israel and Arab nations
Fighting in North Ireland between Protestants and Catholics
Israel & Egypt
Israel & Egypt sign weapons accord
Ethiopia ends monarchy after 3000 years
Israel and Europe
Israel signs an agreement with European Economic Market
Egyptian President Anwar Sadat
Egyptian President Anwar Sadat visits Israel
Military junta take control of Honduras
Iranian terrorists seize US embassy in Tehran
Soviet Union invades Afghanistan
Iraq and Iran
1980 - 1988
Iraq and Iran at war
US ends grain embargo with USSR
Israel drives out the PLO
First cell phone network
Syria and the US
Syria frees US pilot after appeal from Jesse Jackson
Jordan King Hussein & PLO leader Arafat sign accord
The Government of the Philippines is overthrown
Portugal signs agreement to return Macau to China
Anti-Armenian pogrom in Azerbaijan
Akhito becomes emperor of Japan
Berlin Wall is torn down
Iraq invades Kuwait
1990 - 1991
Persian Gulf Crisis
Sandanista government voted out of Nicaragua
Antarctica is designated as a world park
Soviet Union dissolves into 12 independent republics
The US stops nuclear weapons testing
NAFTA: North American Free Trade Agreement
Tourist vs. Oklahoma City
Terrorist attack on the Federal Building in Oklahoma City
Congress passes Communications Decency Act
Czech Republic applies for membership of the European Union
UK & US
UK & US sign comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty
Hong Kong returned to China
Panama Canal returned to Panama
Israel and Lebanon
Israel withdraws from Lebanon
First inter-Korean summit
September 11th attack on the United States.
N. Korea admits developing a nuclear bomb
US and Afghanistan
US invades Afghanistan
World wide protest against war in Iraq
Osama bin Laden
Osama bin Laden takes responsibility for 9/11
China's manned spacecraft orbits earth
Hurricane Katrina flattens New Orleans, LA
AIDS virus vaccine developed
Gulf of Mexico
Gulf of Mexico oil spill
Earthquake and tsunami in Japan
NASA discontinues Space Shuttle program
King Charles II
1661 - 1685
King Charles II, the son of King Charles I rules England.
Space and Technology Age
Invented the multi-stage rocket
GM research team
GM research team develop air bags
The first personal computer, the Altair F
Nano balls are discovered
Digital Video Disc
Digital Video discs invented and sold to the public
The first smart phone: Nokia
Google: Larry Page & Sergey Brin invented it and its a web-based search engine
Paypal: Invented by Elon Musk it is a website that can securely transfer money using a recipient's email address.
Napster: Invented by Sean Parker its a music sharing site
eHarmony.com: Invented by Neil Clark Warren & George Forgatch it is an online dating service.
Wikipedia: Founded by Jimmy Wales & Larry Sanger its an open source web-based free online encyclopedia
created by Jonathan abrams was a pioneer to social networking
Created by Reid Hoffman and is a professional network
created by Tom Anderson and Chris DeWolf. You could use different identities on this website and connect with people.
Created by Niklas Zennstrom. It is a voice/ video instant messaging site
Created by Mark Zuckerberg, is a social networking site
Created by Steve Chen, Chad Hurley, and Jaued Karim. It is a place where users can upload videos for people to watch.
Created by Jack Dorsey, is a microblogging/ social networking service
Apple IPhone arrives and is an advanced smart phone