Robert Cailliau and Tim Berners-Lee created a "hypertext" system which is the beginning of the internet as we know it today.
Thanks in major part to Tim Berners-Lee again, in this year the world wide web was launched for pubic use.
A man named Neil Papworth used his computer to send the first ever SMS text message to another man named Richard Jarvis on his phone.
President Bill Clinton put the United Nations and the White House online and helped begin the .org and .gov web domains. This also made it possible to email VP, President, and First Lady.
The dot-com domain became widely used and popular in 1995 with companies and individuals creating dot-com domains online.
Google (originally known as backrub) is one of the world's most largely used search engines on the internet. It began in 1996 and in 1998 filed for incorporation in California.