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Regardless of whether you grew up with computers or were introduced to them in adulthood, it is difficult now to imagine a world in which the Internet does not exist. We rely on the Internet to manage our money, to search for jobs, to represent ourselves professionally, and to keep in contact with loved ones across the country or even across the world. We use the Internet to research, to learn, and to enable ourselves to complete projects we would not know how to do without looking up instructions. The Internet itself is barely fifty years old, and the World Wide Web less than thirty, but if either were to disappear, modern business would all but cease. How did such an influential system come into development so quickly? It all began with a simple idea from J. C. R. Licklider.
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