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History of Internet

1969

Electronic mail is introduced by Ray Tomlinson

1972

(TCP/IP) is the standard for communicating between computers over the Internet

1983

Network addresses identified by extensions such as .com, .org, and .edu.

1984

The World debuts as the first provider of dial-up Internet access for consumers

1989

Point-and-click navigation, is created at the University of Minnesota

1991

Approximately 45 million people are using the Internet

1996

Google opens its first office in California

1998

A computer application ausers to swap music over the Internet

1999

Wikipedia is created

2001

Significant Contributions to the Internet

World Wide Web was created by Sir Tim Berners

1989

Linus Torvald created Linux

1991

Shopping malls, banks, radio stations and advertising become commonplace online

1994

AOL had over 30 million global users

2001

Many large cities already have free wireless Internet

2004