parker wedig history of the internet timeline

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  • Advanced Research Projects Agency

    Advanced Research Projects Agency
    found a way that computers can talk to each other in cas of nuclear attack
  • Computers at Stanford and UCLA connected for the first time

    Computers at Stanford and UCLA connected for the first time
    The first hosts on what would one day become the internet
  • An Arpanet network was established

    An Arpanet network was established
    Network between harvard, MIT, and BBN (the company that ceatedthe"interface message processor"computers used to connect to the network) in 1970 was created
  • Email was first developed

    Email was first developed
    Developed by Ray Tomlinson, who also made the decision to use the "@" symbol to separate the user name from the computer(which later on domain name)
  • The beginning of TCP/IP

    The beginning of TCP/IP
    A propoal was published to link Arpa-like network together into a so-called "inter-network" which would no central control and would work around a transmission control protocol (which eventually became TCP/IP
  • apple 1

    apple 1
    apple 1In 1976, Wozniak single-handedly invented the Apple I computer. After Wozniak showed it to Jobs, who suggested that they sell it, they and Ronald Wayne formed Apple Computer in the garage of Jobs's parents in order to sell it.
  • The first personal computer modem is invened

    The first personal computer modem is invened
    The modem was invented by Dennis Hayes and Dale Heartherington and was introduced and initially sold to to computer hobbyists
  • Spam is born

    Spam is born
    The first unsolicited commercialemail message(later known as spam),was sent out to 600 california arpanet users by Gary Thuerk
  • MUD-The earliest form of multiplayer games was debuted

    MUD-The earliest form of multiplayer games was debuted
    The precursor to World of Warcraft and Second Life was developed in 1979, and was called MUD (short for MultiUserDungeon). MUDs were entirelv text-based virtual, combining elements of role-playing games,interactive, fiction, and online chat
  • The first emoticon :-)

    The first emoticon :-)
    The first emoticon was used While many people credit Kevin MacKenzie with the invention of the first emoticon in1979, it was Scott Fahlman in1982 who proposed using :-) after a jokerather than the original -) proposed byMacKenzie
  • The domain name system was created

    The domain name system was created
    The first Domain Name Servers (DNS) was created. The domain name system was inportant in that it made addresses on the internet more human-friendly compares to its numerical IP address counterparts .DNS servers allowed Internet usersto type in an east-to remember domain name and then and then converted
  • NeXT

    NeXTNeXT, Inc. which unveiled its first product, the NeXT Computer, at a gala event in 1988.
  • World Wide Wed protocols finished

    World Wide Wed protocols finished
    The code for the World Wide Web was written by Tim Berners-lee, based on his proposal from the year before, alongwith the standards for HTML, HTTP, and URLS
  • First wed page created

    First wed page created
    Brought some majorinnovations to the world of the internet. The first web page was created and, much like the first email explained what email was, its purpose was to explain what the World Wide Web was
  • IMac

    IMacApple iMac was introduced in 1998 and its innovative design was directly the result of Jobs's return to Apple. Apple boasted "the back of our computer looks better than the front of anyone else's.
  • ipod

    ipodJobs announced it as a Mac-compatible product with a 5 GB hard drive that put "1,000 songs in your pocket.Apple did not develop the iPod software entirely in-house, instead using PortalPlayer's reference platform based on two ARM cores.
  • facebook

    Facebook Mark Zuckerberg, 23, founded Facebook. Within 24 hours, 1,200 Harvard students had signed up, and after one month, over half of the undergraduate population had a profile.
  • Youtube

    YoutubeThe inventors became millionaires when they sold their invention for 1.65 billion dollars to the search engine Google.Users can upload and share
  • twitter

    Twittera free social messaging tool that lets people stay connected through brief text message updates up to 140 characters in length called tweets.
  • ipone

    Jobs did believe that cell phones were going to become important devices for portable information access.
  • Instagram

    instagramwith over 100 million active users as of April. 2012 $300 million in cash and 23 million shares of stock.
  • vine

    vineVine was founded by Dom Hofmann, Rus Yusupov, and Colin Kroll in June 2012. The company was acquired by Twitter in October 2012.