Packet switching is the technology that takes information and breaks it into small packets. These small packets can later be sent from one computer to another.
He chose the @ symbol for email addresses because it means "at." Over the years, programmers invented email programs to reply and forward messages, attach files, and more.
At first, each address had to be added one at a time. Today, it is easy to send one message to many people.
He was the first person to communicate from his computer to another computer server, using HTTP (Hyper Text Transfer Protocol). This later became known as the WWW.
The inventors of the WWW shared for free the software to run a web server, basic browser, and a library of HTML code. This allowed the WWW to grow.
The website is renamed eBay. Today thousands of items are sold to the highest bidder using the Internet.
Later the store would expand to include tv shows, audiobooks, movies, and other media. Today, the number of files purchased from the store is in the billions.
This allowed people to join its online community to share messages, photos, videos, links, and more with members.
Subscribers purchase a deal that becomes available if a certain number of people sign up for the offer.