The Internet of things (IoT) has become the Internet of the future, but it’s still early days for the technology.
To make sense of this new world, it’s important to understand the history of the Internet.
We start with the original internet: the first web browser.
The first browsers in the early 20th century were web browsers, and they were not intended to be interactive.
They were primarily used to help people with visual disabilities, as well as for teaching and learning.
But the web browser has become so integral to our lives, we’ve taken for granted its ubiquity.
That’s because it’s been there since the beginning, and it’s made a huge difference in how we do things online.
Today, most people use their computers to do most of their online activity.
The web browser was developed to help users with visual impairments access the web and the internet.
It’s also the technology that allows us to send text messages, send emails, and access video and audio files on the internet without a subscription.
So, we’ll explore the history and future of the web in this episode.
We’ll talk about: What the web was in the 1920s and 1930s, and how it changed the way we do business The rise of the internet as a technology The rise and fall of a web browser and its evolution over the decades