Internet Basics

Internet Basics


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The Internet is a collection of millions of computers which are all networked together through datalines and servers. The Internet was originally a U.S. Military and University Research network called DARPAnet. The DARPAnet was transformed into the public Internet of today through Al Gore's High Performance Computing Act of 1991. The World Wide Web was a research bi-product of the High Performance Computing Act, and over time has developed into a system to access internet information in a user-friendly fashion. In this unit we will examine some basic Internet tools that help us to communicate with each other in a number of different ways.



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