By The Rabid Squirrel
Hi there readers! ItŐs me, the Rabid Squirrel I am going to tell you all about the Internet! I have The worldwide network, Great internet Facts, and more internet. It sounds boring but I enjoyed writing it so I think you will really like reading it!
The Worldwide Network
What is the Internet? According to Wikipedia, Ten years ago, most of the world knew little or nothing about the Internet. It was a private thing that only a few of people new about. It was like a secret.
When was the Internet invented? According to Wikipedia, In the 1950s and early 1960s, before the widespread inter-networking that led to the Internet, most communication networks were limited in that they only allowed communications between the stations on the network. Some networks had gateways or bridges between them, but these bridges were often limited or built specifically for a single use.
Who invented the Internet? According to Faq.com, The Internet was invented in the United States during the late 1950s to the 1970s by a group of researchers and scientists at the newly formed Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) after the former Soviet Union launched Sputnik.
How has the Internet improved over Time? According to Answers.com, The Internet is a worldwide network of thousands of computers and computer networks. It has improved by a lot of new games, Apps, and websites.
Great internet Facts!
First Games According to Wikipedia, The first video and computer games, such as NIMROD (1951), OXO (1952), and Space war! (1961), were for one or two players sitting at a single computer which was being used only to play the game. Later in the 1960s, computers began to support time-sharing, which allowed multiple users to share use of a computer simultaneously.
More Games According to Well yes, but only for those children initially low in these skills. Gender, race and income did not influence the relationship between video gaming, Internet use and academic performance in children.
More Stuff According to I first used the Internet as a public user in 1988/89, which I believe is about its earliest use. Prior to this it was known at ARPANET and used by a small group of universities and government defense agencies for easy exchange of information. Likewise, email in it's current form developed along side domain name registration and it was just becoming something like commercial companies considered as possibly useful.