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  29. <h2> 1962 </h2>
  30. <p> J.C.R. Licklider of MIT proposed the development of a global network of computers. He was brought on board by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to develop the project he proposed. </p>
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  36. <h2> 1965 </h2>
  37. <p>Using a simple dial up connection, Lawrence Roberts of MIT connected the Lincoln Labs TX-2/ANS/Q-32 computer in Massachusetts to Marill's SDC's Q32 computer in California to create the world's first digital network communications. </p>
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  43. <h2> 1969 </h2>
  44. <p>A prototype of the Internet, known as ARPANET, was brought online. The ARPANET consisted of four computers located at UCAL, Stanford Research Institutes, University of California at Santa Barbara, and University of Utah.</p>
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  50. <h2> 1972 </h2>
  51. <p>Ray Tomlinson of Raytheon BBN Technologies adapted email for ARPANET. He selected the @ symbol to separate the users from the host in the email address, and that structure still remains today.</p>
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  57. <h2> 1973 </h2>
  58. <p>The ftp protocol, enabling file transfer between Internet locations was developed.</p>
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  64. <h2> 1974 </h2>
  65. <p>The term "Internet" first came to reference the global network of computers. The global network was differentiated from smaller internets by the capital letter "I" in its name.</p>
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  71. <h2> 1979 </h2>
  72. <p>Usenet, an early version of the message board, was created and CompuServe became the first to offer electronic email service, an early version of email.</p>
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  78. <h2> 1980 </h2>
  79. <p>Bob Kahn with Raytheon BBN Technologies proposed the TCP/IP architecture.</p>
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  85. <h2> 1983 </h2>
  86. <p>TCP/IP was universally adopted as the standard method of communication among computers on the Internet.</h2>
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  92. <h2> 1989 </h2>
  93. <p>TCP/IP was universally adopted as the standard method of communication among computers on the Internet.</p>
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  99. <h2> 1993 </h2>
  100. <p>America online offers email service to the public and becomes the largest Internet Service Provider. Development on Mosiac, the first graphical browser, begins.</p>
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  106. <h2> 1994 </h2>
  107. <p>Tim Burners-Lee organize the World Wide Web Consortium to define standards for web development.</p>
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  113. <h2> 1998 </h2>
  114. <p>Microsoft releases Windows 98, the first operating system with an integrated web browser.</p>
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