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The History and Rise of Internet in the Business World By Andre E-mail aa116unix 1ccacedu Introduction The history of the Internet traces its roots to the United States government The original use of the information system was to maintain communication during the cold war with the Soviet Union in 1969 by the Department of Defense incase of a nuclear attack or a major catastrophe The National Science foundation created the Internet based on the ARPAnet The first mass connection was between the University of California Santa Barbara Stanford Research Institute the University of Utah and the University of California Los AngelesRay Tomlinson develops E-mail in 1972The ARPAnet became obsolete in 1982 but the basis for the program is still used at the present time The Web began in 1989it wasnt released to the world till the early 90s thats when it became the World Wide Web In 1993 Marc Andressen created software for the Internet to publish text images and sound Andressen also introduced the first graphical Web browser called Mosaic still in use today The United States runs most of the access to the Internet with 62 of all the routers next closest is the United Kingdom with 52 That is just an example of what America controls much on the Internet 70 of the writing on the Internet is in English next is Japanese Statistics say 1 in 3 people use the Internet for E- Mail 1 in 6 use it because they want to find out how it works 1 in 8 want business information and 1 in 2 go to the Internet for education hobbies job listings and entertainment In 1993 less than 1 of users paid for use of the Internet By 1995 it rose to over 200 due to the profits companies made from the providing this service This became a common change that businesses have made since the beginning of the information highway It
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