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Today, I will talk about the Internet’s fantastic journey – how it changed from big machines to the online world we know today.
Imagine going back to the 1960s, a time of cool space adventures and bright colors. Back then, computers weren’t small like today. They were as big as rooms! Like friendly elephants waiting for special instructions. But guess what? These big computers couldn’t talk to each other.
However, scientists and researchers wanted computers to talk. They dreamed of connecting these big computers, making a web linking people everywhere. That’s how the Internet started – they made a special language using ones and zeros so that computers could share information even if they were far apart.
Now, let’s jump ahead to the 1990s. Think of slow dial-up Internet. That’s when the World Wide Web appeared. Imagine a huge library with doors open to different places when you click. But, you had to wait because pages loaded slowly, like a snail.
I remember the “You’ve Got Mail!” sound and the funny noise when connecting to the Internet. The Internet had two sides – sometimes it was super cool, and other times it got in the way of using the phone.
Today, the Internet is a big part of our lives. You can shop, talk to friends worldwide, and learn things without leaving your house. It’s like magic!
Think about how far we’ve come – from big machines to a connected world where you can find all sorts of things, from facts to funny cat videos.
And don’t forget, the Internet is not just for young people. People of all ages enjoy using it to connect with family and friends, play games, and learn new skills. It’s a tool that brings everyone together from all around the world.
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