Welcome to the 90s!

During this time, children typically played outside and people communicated via landline telephones. Personal computers had an MS-DOS aesthetic, and Web 1.0 infrastructure was entirely decentralized. Although the internet was created by the US military in 1969, it wasn't until 1976 that internetworking worked. Arpanet researchers successfully resolved the networking issue of getting computers to communicate with each other. The World Wide Web (WWW), created by Tim Berners-Lee, was launched in 1991, over a decade later. Allow me to take you on a journey through internet history, along with my concurrent professional timeline.