Isn’t it interesting how we always seem to take for granted some of the most significant technological breakthroughs that have helped propel our society into the 21st century?
Internet access is one such technology that has changed the way we work, live, and play.
The Internet has become such a necessity in most of our daily lives that we hardly even give its significance a second thought.
We use the Internet for personal communication, our finances, entertainment, dating, news, research, and much more.
However, it’s amazing when asked, “Who created the Internet?” the usual answer is a simple “I don’t know”.
The creation of the Internet was a pretty large technical undertaking that took many years to perfect and would require a great deal of your time if explained in complete detail.
However, this editorial cuts to the chase and explains its development in a clear, concise, non-technical manner.