Sunday, September 07, 2008

The Internet

You are on it right now. But how does it work?

Kim Komando, America's Digital Goddess

Kim Komando wrote this:

Today's Cool Site...

The birth of the Internet

The Internet has changed the world profoundly. We use it everyday. But how much do you know about its history?

The National Science Foundation funds and supports research in many fields. It played an integral part in the creation of the Internet.

The NSF has put the story of the Internet online. You'll learn about the key innovations that shaped the Internet of today.

The story is broken up by decade, starting with the 1960s. You'll see interviews with the people involved at every stage.

Internet experts will also tell you what to expect for the future. If they're right, it's going to be a very interesting place.


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