First memo was sent through a wide area computer network in California (connected two computers in different states and a low speed dial up telephone)
the ARPANET had finished development and the first host computer located in the University of California was connected to the system. This held basic text memos and simplistic mapping directories of the university it was developed in
a second computer located in Stanford Research Institute (California) was connected, first message was sent over the ARPANET system between the two host computers
two other computers were connected to the network, contributing to the basic features such as visual representations of formula and refreshing systems.
several more computer systems had been added over the past 2 years, protocol systems were implemented, which allowed ARPANET network users to create applications.
ARPANET was first introduced to the public eye and the first email system had been developed and implemented
the first Internet gateway was created, which allowed other networks to be created
ARPANET was expanded and developed, producing a developed network protocol system
ARPANET had started to be rolled out into multiple universities in the US
Commercial Internet Providers emerged, providing new networks
ARPANET and the Internet were released to the public
services such as AOL dial up, email, and instant message were available on the Internet
the World Wide Web was created, allowing hypertext documents to be accessed from an information system anywhere within the network (first search engine)
websites including amazon, eBay, and craigslist were established
Google search engine and PayPal were established