At 10:30 PM the first message was sent from UCLA computer to a Stanford computer. The message was supposed to say "login" but instead transferred to "lo."
Computers on the network went from 4 to 13.
The computer amount on the network increased to 23.
The 100 computers-on-network barrier was broken in this year. By this point people were spending thousands of dollars just to join the network.
10,000 computers were put on the network. Internet was growing.
Sir Tim Berners-Lee created the the World Wide Web which meant that people could share information and find information through a "browser."
Computers great at a rapid rate in two years.
10 million people connected through the internet.
100 million people used the internet for daily access.
1.7 Billion people connect through the internet using cell phones, iPads, iPods, and computers.