INTERNET SERVICES

  • MESSAGING

    MESSAGING
    Many realize that 50 years ago, on October 29, 1969, the first message was successfully sent over the ARPANET, which eventually evolved into the Internet
  • FTP

    FTP
    it allows you to transfer files and folders from one computer to another computer by accessing directly to the receiver computer. It´s usually private, and requires username and password
  • FORUMS

    FORUMS
    The discussion forums were born in 1979, at Duke University, when a couple of students -Tom Truscott and James Ellis- observed that the mailing lists did not cover all the needs when faced with a question or a requirement, for which they created some applications which they called "Network News".
  • E-COMMERCE

    E-COMMERCE
    Michael Aldrich (22 August 1941 – 19 May 2014) was an English inventor, innovator and entrepreneur. In 1979 he invented online shopping to enable online transaction processing between consumers and businesses, or between one business and another, a technique known later as e-commerce.
  • VIDEOCONFERENCE

    VIDEOCONFERENCE
    According to an ALT1040 article, these days are the 40th anniversary of the first videoconference that was shown to the public on April 20, 1984 at the World's Fair held in Queens (New York), where Bell Laboratories showed the world a telephone capable of send, not just voice
  • IRC (CHAT)

    IRC (CHAT)
    IRC was created by Jarkko Oikarinen in August 1988 to replace the MUT (multi-user talk) program on a BBS called OuluBox in Finland. Oikarinen was inspired by the Bitnet Relay Chat which operated on the Bitnet network.
  • E-GOVERNMENT

    E-GOVERNMENT
  • SOCIAL NETWOKING

    SOCIAL NETWOKING
    In 1994, the first social networking site was created, Geocities. Geocities allowed the users to create and customize their own web sites, grouping them into different 'cities' based on the site's content.
  • BLOGS

    BLOGS
    1994: First blog created by Justin Hall on Links.net
    Hall created the first blog at Links.net, which contained “essentially a review of HTML examples he came across from various online links,” according to HubSpot. The term “blog” had not been coined; Hall referred to it as his personal homepage
  • Press, Radio and TV

    Press, Radio and TV
    In 1994, journalists made their first tentative steps onto the internet
  • WIKIS

    WIKIS
    The WikiWikiWeb is the first wiki, or user-editable website. It was launched on 25 March 1995 by its inventor, programmer Ward Cunningham, to accompany the Portland Pattern Repository website discussing software design patterns.
  • E-LEARNING

    E-LEARNING
    The term “elearning” has only been in existence since 1999, when the word was first utilized at a CBT systems seminar.
  • NETWORKS CO

    NETWORKS CO
    Group of people working on a common project sharing information and tasks using internet tools. A shared work area is called WorkSpace, and it´s accessible only to persons authorized by the administrator