Ray Tomlinson, (its creator) sent it himself as a test message that traveled via ARPANET.
Bob Kahn shows a demonstration of ARPANET to the public
First Website ever created
The first website that also ran on ARPANET, it was simply a test
The very first "Search Bar"
The World Wide Web is officially open to the public
Mosaic, the first browser to ever include images embedded in text (And one of the first browsers in general)
Adobe Flash hits the Internet
The basis of most videos, browser games, and much more for years. It shall be missed but will never die in our years of using it.
Jimmy Wales creates Wikipedia "The Free Encyclopedia"
The Nintendo DS opens a whole new way of gaming to the world
The Nintendo Dual Screen (DS) was made in 2004 and supported one thing older Nintendo consoles did not: Internet Connection. I made long and new time fans go wild as they not only could play with family and friends but people around the globe.
Youtube, makes the world skyrocket with content from many.
At the time Youtube was very small, but over the years it has gotten so big that you'd be shocked not to find a video of anything you could think of. (With minor and major exceptions.)