Where were you in March 1989, when a strange new form of communication called the “Worldwide Web” was launched? What forms of communication prevailed in your companies, or those you worked for?
More importantly, when did you start using the Internet, whether for email or research? What were your first user experiences? Did you start with GeoCities? America Online? Ask Jeeves? Lycos? The Well? Or another entry point?
We’d like to celebrate the Silver Anniversary of the Worldwide Web by hearing your personal and professional stories of the first times you used the Internet — and when it became a staple in your business life. Send us a comment with your experience, and we’ll post it on our website and strongly consider it for publication in the Summer 2014 issue of Innovation & Tech Today.
Check out this cool video, one of the first CNN ever did about the web