We take it for granted everyday,a fundamental part of our modern chaotic lives . We do this through our social networking sites, our video and music downloads, and a integral component for communication and convenience .I am even using this as I write this.
I am speaking about the Internet as it celebrates it's 30 years of enriching our lives.
On January 1 1983 coined "flag day" was the US Department of Defence authorised Arpanet network to switch completely to use the Internet protocol suite.
This new method of communications between systems would soon evolve into the world wide web as we know and embrace.
So take a long look at that router or cable that gives you so much and wish it a happy birthday and long flourishing life.
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