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da's intranet histoire

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  • the start of the internet

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  • sputnik

    • The USSR launches the first satellite, Sputnik. To compete against the USSR's success at launching the first satellite, the United States Department of Defense creates the Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA). ARPA is responsible for the development of new technology for use by the military.
  • Douglas Engelbart

    • The paper, A Conceptual Framework for the Augmentation of Man’s Intellect is published by Douglas Engelbart. The work outlines multimedia paradigms to be integrated into the Internet.
  • node's

    The first node is connected to the internet's military ancestor, ARPANET. With no HQ and the ability to bounce messages between surviving nodes until they reach their destination, ARPANET was intended to be America's bomb-proof communications network at the height of the Cold War.
  • micheal hart

    Michael Hart begins Project Gutenberg to make copyright-free works electronically available. The first is the US declaration of independence.
  • apranet

    ARPANET begins to be used for communicating email.
  • bolt beranek

    Bolt Beranek and Newman computer engineer Ray Tomlinson invents email by adapting an internal messaging program and extending it to use the ARPANET to send messages between sites. Within a year, three quarters of ARPANET traffic is email.
  • word internet

    The term “Internet” begins to be used.
  • connects

    University College of London is one of the first international connections to ARPANET.
  • comet

    Comet, the first commercial email software, is offered by the Computer Corporation of America for $40,000.
  • the queen

    The Queen sends an email from the Royal Signals and Radar Establishment in Malvern.
  • menlo park

    Near Menlo Park, California, SRI scientists demonstrate that a TCP (transmission control protocol) will successfully support seamless end to end transmission over mobile radio.
  • spam

    Gary Thuerk sends what is widely considered to be the first spam message, promoting DEC
  • superhighway

    Al Gore coins the term for the Internet “The Information Superhighway.”
  • JANET

    Joint Academic Network (JANET) built to connect UK universities to each other over the internet.
  • seismic studies

    Internet newsgroups are born. Rick Adams at the Center for Seismic Studies releases software enabling news transmission, posting and reading using internet-standard TCP/IP connections. His software builds on work begun in 1979 at Duke University to exchange information between Unix machines.
  • internet worm

    The first internet worm is unleashed by Robert Morris. It infects about 6000 computers. Although it causes no physical damage, it clogs up the internet and loses hundreds of thousands of dollars in computer time.
  • tim bernes

    Tim Berners-Lee and the team at CERN invent the World Wide Web to make information easier to publish and access on the internet.
  • WWW.

    The phrase “World Wide Web” is coined by Tim Berners-Lee.
  • SLAC

    Stanford Linear Accelerator (SLAC) becomes the first web server on the Internet.
  • .com and so begins

    internet registration begins for .com, .net. .org, .edu, and .gov.
  • information network

    The Internet takes off as part of the world’s fastest growing information network
  • MOSAIC

    • The MOSAIC Web Browser is born on the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign campus.
  • netscape

    Jim Clark and Marc Andreeson found Netscape Communications in Mountain View, California. Netscape is the first successful commercial Web browser.
  • internet sites offer text, graphics, sound and animation resources through the hyp

    The World Wide Web is developed in CERN, the Institute for Particle Physics in Switzerland. Note the difference between the Internet and the World Wide Web: The Internet is a computer network consisting of a worldwide network of computer networks and cables that use the TCP/IP network protocols to facilitate data transmission and exchange. The World Wide Web is a computer network consisting of a collection of internet sites that offer text, graphics, sound and animation resources through the hyp
  • JAVA

    The independent programming language, JAVA, is created by Jim Gosling at Sun Microsystems.
  • yahoo

    yahoo! is founded in Santa Clara, California, and provides a web search engine, email service, mapping and more.
  • dot com

    The Dot-Com Boom roughly begins around this time.
  • spin off of at&t

    Lucent Technology (a spin-off of AT&T) develops the first telephony system. The telephony system allows users to make phone calls over the Internet. Ironically, this led to the eventual demise of the AT&T phone network.
  • 1 million

    In 1997, there are 1 million domain registrants on the Internet
  • blogs

    The term “weblog” is coined (and later shorted to “blog”).
  • 300million web pages

    There are now 3 million domain registrants on the Internet. The number of Web pages on the Internet is 300 million and growing by over 1.5 million per day.
  • google

    Google is founded in Menlo Park, California.
  • 30 years old

    The Internet celebrates is 30th anniversary.
  • 5 million domain names registered

    There are over 5 million domain names registered on the Internet.
  • 100 million connected computers

    There are approximately 100 million computers connected online.
  • traffic

    Traffic over the Internet is doubling every 100 days.
  • $507 billion in revenue.

    The Internet economy is responsible for over 2.3 million jobs and over $507 billion in revenue.
  • dot com bursts

    he Dot-Com Bubble bursts.
  • wiki

    Wikipedia is launched
  • 544 million users

    Internet World Stats counted over 544 million users on the Internet.
  • facebook

    Facebook is founded in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
  • YT

    YouTube launches
  • 92milion

    There are over 92 million websites online.
  • twitter

    • Twitter is founded in San Francisco, California.
  • 1.3 billion web serfers

    nternet World Stats counts over 1.3 billion web surfers worldwide as of December, 2007.
  • 1.4 billion web surfers

    Internet World Stats counts over 1.4 billion web surfers worldwide as of June, 2008.
  • 1.6 billion web surfers

    Internet World Stats counts over 1.6 billion web surfers worldwide as of June, 2009
  • 40 years old

    The Internet celebrates its 40th anniversary.
  • 1.9 billion web surfers

    Internet World Stats counts over 1.9 billion web surfers worldwide as of June, 2010.
  • main com's

    Twitter and Facebook are the primary means of communication for the Middle East revolts.
  • today's IT

  • ;) :) :-)

    Scott Fahlman kick-starts smiley-culture by suggesting using the :-) and :-( smileys to convey emotions in emails. His message has been preserved at http://research.microsoft.com/~mbj/Smiley/Smiley.html.