The Internet, Then and Now
Today, the Internet has become one of the most popular ways to do business, send letters, search for information and even date. Its popularity has exploded with citizens of the world, both young and old. Between cities or nations, roughly everyone is 'online' or knows what the Internet is. Today 78 countries have full Internet access connections, and 146 countries can exchange e-mail. ( IBC 1996) Every 30 minutes, a new network signs on to the Internet. No one can say precisely how many people are using the Internet today, but there are estimated to be more than three million host computers with as many as 60 million users around the world. The number of users is growing by 15 percent per month. (IBC 1996) But where did the Internet come from and what is it, is the frequently asked question by it's user's.
Along with most technological advances in the world, the Internet was born out from a military idea. …
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