The Internet as a household resource was still largely unheard of. For example, entering 'microsoft' may be transformed to http: Star Trek was a text based game where you used photon torpedos and phasers to blast Klingons.
As another example of such confusion, several news media reported that the first photo on the Web was published by Berners-Lee inan image of the CERN house band Les Horribles Cernettes taken by Silvano de Gennaro; Gennaro has disclaimed this story, writing that media were "totally distorting our words for the sake of cheap sensationalism.
The concept of an anonymous user was quickly added, with constrained access privileges, to allow users to connect to a system and browse the available files. That same year, the first major Internet application, called electronic mailor e-mail, was introduced.
In large part this was due to the NSFNet initiative. Many new sites such as Wikipedia and its Wikimedia Foundation sister projects were based on the concept of user-edited content.
Dynamic updates of web pages[ edit ] Main article: If the web server can fulfil the request it sends an HTTP response back to the browser indicating success: Berners-Lee made the Web available freely, with no patent and no royalties due. In April CERN had agreed that anyone could use the Web protocol and code royalty-free; this was in part a reaction to the perturbation caused by the University of Minnesota announcing that it would begin charging license fees for its implementation of the Gopher protocol.
This capability spawned several new areas of activity, including distributed client-server computing and network-connected file systems. Every year from tothe Internet saw massive growth, the like of which had not been seen with any preceding technology.
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Such a network would enable government leaders to communicate even if the Soviets destroyed the telephone system.
This research capitalized on the ubiquity of the nation's telephone network, which provided the underlying physical infrastructure upon which the Internet was built. Kleinrock, a pioneering computer science professor at UCLA, and his small group of graduate students hoped to log onto the Stanford computer and try to send it some data.
Though at first people saw mainly the possibilities of free publishing and instant worldwide information, increasing familiarity with two-way communication over the "Web" led to the possibility of direct Web-based commerce e-commerce and instantaneous group communications worldwide.
And the top brass wouldn't be able to get in touch and carry on. Early browsers There was still no graphical browser available for computers besides the NeXT. Licklider remained at ARPA until and returned for a second tour inand he convinced his successors, Ivan Sutherland and Robert Taylor, of the importance of attacking difficult, long-term problems.
URLs were built to highlight the central power of the Web: Lickliderwho argued that, within a few years, computers would become sufficiently powerful to cooperate with humans in solving scientific and technical problems.
Mosaic offered a user-friendly way to search the Web: Then, copy and paste the text into your bibliography or works cited list. Unlike predecessors such as HyperCardthe World Wide Web was non-proprietary, making it possible to develop servers and clients independently and to add extensions without licensing restrictions.
Moreover, data traffic was and is substantially different from voice traffic. Computer scientists working to interconnect their systems spoke a different language than did the engineers and scientists working in traditional voice telecommunications.
Students at the University of Kansas adapted an existing text-only hypertext browser, Lynx, to access the web. This decision - much in line with the decisions of the earlier Internet pioneers to make their products freely available - was a visionary and important one.
The Network Grows By the end ofjust four computers were connected to the ARPAnet, but the network grew steadily during the s.
Berners-Lee, Tim, and Mark Fischetti. By the end ofthere were about 26 sites. Accounts differ substantially as to the date of this event.
Early browsers[ edit ] Initially, a web browser was available only for the NeXT operating system. However, the long latency inherent in satellite communications limited the usefulness of this approach.
Credit for the initial concept that developed into the World Wide Web is typically given to Leonard Kleinrock. Inhe wrote about ARPANET, the predecessor of the Internet, in a paper entitled.
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