Internet History per. 3

By maynard
  • Telegraph patented

    The telegraph used the morse code, a system similiar to the binary code computers use today.
  • Period: to

    Transatlantic cable

    Mariah Martin
    Allowed direct instantaneous communication across the atlantic.
  • Telephone

    Telephones exchanges provide the backbone of Internet connections today.
    Modems provide Digital to Audio conversions to allow computers to connect over the telephone network.
    Ivinted by Alexander Graham Bell
    Amber Wilson
  • WorldWide Web

    abbreviated as www
    is a interlinked hypertet accessed via to the internet by Sir Tim Berners Lee
  • U.S . millitary

    U.S . millitary
    Vannevar Bush established the U.S. military / university research partnership that later invented the ARPANET, and wrote the first visionary description of the potential use for information technology, inspiring many of the Internet's creators.
  • Cybernetics

    Norbert Wiener invented the field of cybernetics, inspiring a generation of scientists to think of computer technology as a means to extend human capabilities.
  • Silicon Valley:

    Silicon Valley:
    Varian Associates building (photo left), Stanford Industrial Park, Palo Alto, California, 1953. Silicon Valley is explosively expanding its geographical borders. It was only a small part of Palo-Alto 's Stanford University Park 50 years ago. It has become one of the fastest growing regions of California now Antonio Starkes
  • Marshall McLuhan Foresees The Global Village

    Marshall McLuhan Foresees The Global Village
    Marshall McLuhan was the first person to popularize the concept of a global village and to consider its social effects. His insights were revolutionary at the time, and fundamentally changed how everyone has thought about media, technology, and communications ever since. McLuhan chose the insightful phrase "global village" to highlight his observation that an electronic nervous system (the media) was rapidly integrating the planet
  • First Sattelite

    First Sattelite
    USSR launches the first sattelite Sputnik
    Quin Booker
  • Sputnik

    Jeremy Dabney, USSR launches first artificial Earth satellite.
  • First ARPANET plan

    First ARPANET plan
    courtney watkins
  • ARPANET is born

    ARPANET is born
    Created in 1969, ARPANET was designed to facilitate ongoing communication in the event of nuclear war. Michael Payne
  • Birth of Internet

    Birth of Internet
    ARPANET commissioned by DoD for research into networking First node at UCLA (Los Angeles) closely followed by nodes at Stanford Research Institute, UCSB (Santa Barbara) and U of Utah (4 Nodes).
    Amber Wilson
  • Internet is born.

    Internet is born.
    Mariah Martin
    The internet was first used.
  • fist person to use the internet

    fist person to use the internet
    Charley Kline at UCLA sent the first packets on ARPANet as he tried to connect to Stanford Research Institute --shalonte christmas
  • AT&T

    First cross-country link is installed by AT&T.
    Quin Booker
  • Chat

    First pc to pc chat happens at UCLA.
    Quin Booker
  • Communication Revoluation

    Communication Revoluation
    Larry Roberts writes the first E-mail management program. Michael Payne
  • computers can connect more freely and easliy

    computers can connect more freely and easliy
    First public demonstration of ARPANET between 40 machines.
    Internetworking Working Group (INWG) created to address need for establishing agreed upon protocols. Precious Brooks
  • First public demonstration of ARPANET

    First public demonstration of  ARPANET
    In late 1971, Larry Roberts at DARPA decided that people needed serious motivation to get things going. In October 1972 there was to be an International Conference on Computer Communications, so Larry asked Bob Kahn at BBN to organize a public demonstration of the ARPANET.
    Antonio Starkes
  • International Conference on Computer Communication (ICCC) to be held in Washington, DC, in October 1972.

    International Conference on Computer Communication (ICCC) to be held in Washington, DC, in October 1972.
    courtney watkins
  • Internetwork protocol

    Internetwork protocol
    The hosts became responsible for reliability. The differences were hidden by using this. with this, you can join almost any network.
    Kelli Wisbauer
  • All inclusive email

    All inclusive email
    John Vittal develops MSG. This is the first all–inclusive email program that offers reply, forward and filing capabilities. /Jeremy Dabney
  • Email here we come

    Email here we come
    Number of hosts breaks 100.
    Internet mail is used.
    Mail specification
    "First demonstration of ARPANET/Packet Radio Net/SATNET operation of Internet protocols over gateways. "
  • First laptop

    First laptop
    Mariah Martin
    One of the first commercially available laptop computers was invented by Adam Osborne in 1981. It was called the "Osborne 1" and cost $1795. It came bundled with $1500 worth of programs. It had a tiny computer screen built into it.
  • BITNET (Because It's Time Network)

    BITNET (Because It's Time Network)
    It stated in New York City. It provides Electronic mail servers to distribute information and file transfers.
    Kelli Wisbauer
  • network control progam

    it was a replaceed with the TCP/IP prontocol
  • Domain Name

    Domain Name
    Jeremy Dabney, Domain named server (DNS) introduced; hosts exceed 1000.
  • Domain Name System (DNS) introduced

    Domain Name System (DNS) introduced
    The number of hosts breaks 1000. JANET (Joint Academic Network) was established using the colored book protocols in the United Kingdom. Moderate Newsgroups were introduced. Canada began to network their universities.
    Kelli Wisbauer
  • Growth of Internet Continues

    Growth of Internet Continues
    Mariah Martin
    Number of hosts breaks 1,000.
    More people use the internet.
  • collapes

    The first in a series of congestion collapses begin occurring in October --shalonte christmas
  • WorldWideWeb

    Tim Berners-Lee wrote the first web browser on a NeXT computer, called WorldWideWeb
  • The world Wide Web

    The world Wide Web
    Time Berners-Lee creates the World Wide Web while working at CERN. Michael Payne
  • Microsoft

    Mariah Martin
    -12.8 Million Hosts.
    -.5 million WWW. sites.
  • Microsoft Enters

    Microsoft Enters
    12.8 Million Hosts, 0.5 Million WWW Sites.
    Internet phones catch the attention of US telecommunication companies who ask the US Congress to ban the technology (which has been around for years)
    The WWW browser war begins , fought primarily between Netscape and Microsoft, has rushed in a new age in software development, whereby new releases are made quarterly with the help of Internet users eager to test upcoming (beta) versions
    Amber Wilson
  • internet explorer 3.0 released

    internet explorer 3.0 released
    courtney watkins
    internet explorer 3.o released
  • Yahoo

    As one of the early Internet search engines, Yahoo! enjoyed the benefits of being first to market as it evolved from a search engine to an Internet portal. Yahoo! became a strong Internet brand in its first year of operation. It was the first search engine to develop a commercial look and one of the first to attract online advertisers. While the company has developed alternative revenue streams, it has remained dependent on Internet advertising for the bulk of its revenue. will
  • microsoft enters

    microsoft enters
    12.8 million hosts o.5 million www sites internet phones catch the attention of the us telecommuncation companies ask us
    congress to ban technology the www browser war begins fought between netscape and microsoft Precious Brooks
  • mostly used

    mostly used
    most widely used web browser since 1999
  • viruses (worms)

    viruses (worms)
    Among the most well-known worms were Worm.ExploreZip, LoveLetter, NewLove, Prilissa, Melissa, Killer Resume, Bubble-boy, Morris, Code Red, and, perhaps most potentially destructive of all, Nimda, which hit in September 2001. will
  • google

    Google's crawler reaches 1 trillion pages, although only a fraction are indexed by the search engine. For comparison, Google's original index had 26 million pages in 1998, and reached 1 billion in 2000
    -----shalonte christmas
  • Windows Phone 7 Heads to Manufacturers

    Windows Phone 7 Heads to Manufacturers
    Marquis Kennedy Announcing that Windows Phone 7 has been "released to manufacturing," Microsoft marks a major milestone in the development of its new mobile operating system
  • telegraph

    Telegraphy is the long-distance transmission of written messages without physical transport of letters.
  • telephone

    is a telecommunications device that transmits and receives sound
  • computer

    computer is a programmable machine that receives input, stores and manipulates data//information, and provides output in a useful format.