It doesn’t seem like that long ago when Netscape Navigator was my browser of choice and I thought you couldn’t get any better than a resolution of 1024×768. Google Chrome is now my preferred Web Browser and 1680×1050 is my current resolution. It will be interesting to see what we are using 10 or 20 years from now.
By 1 year ago-
The Internet has almost just become an extension of one’s self. There really is almost nothing that gets done without it. And with nearly all mobile phones giving Internet capability to the individual right in the palm of the hand, it truly is hard to fathom that there once was a time without the World Wide Web at the touch of the fingertip.
The Internet has become such an entrenched part of our daily lives, it’s components have even become a part of our lexicon, with site names becoming verbiage – Google, YouTube, Wiki, and Facebook, to name a few. But as with all things, it’s vital to remember where such things come from, to trace the roots. As an MBA candidate, it’s important to see the evolution of inspiration, the benchmarks that led to what we understand to be the Internet today. It’s an opportunity to see where the World Wide Web came from that can lead the MBA candidate to unveil the possibilities of tomorrow. So the following infographic provides a brief history of the Internet, if only to whet your appetite for knowledge.
By 1 year ago-
As Twitter continues to wax in popularity, the disparity of Twitter users across all demographics continues to wane. But as the Pew study also indicates, there is still a large portion of Internet users who continue to have no involvement with the site.