Crikes, I'm Old
Where were you in 1991?
It's a wee bit painful to admit that i was in 2nd year university, and was likely squirelled away in the university library, figuring out the computers, and how email worked, how news groups worked, and of course, how Lynx worked, so I could use Gopher, and Archie and Veronica to tunnel through the web and find bits of information to use in essays on 3rd world politics.
And then there was the phase of meeting boys via email. That was a hoot.
And in 1993, you could actually take a distance ed course on line, and that sealed the deal for me. The internet was in my blood. ;-)
In 1994, I was able to turn my interest into a paying job. Paying job translates into "tech support gig for an ISP. And then, 1995 - Netcom. Tech support becomes sexy. Funny, I still remember when windows 95 came out, and changed the internet forever.
Yup, I'm old.
27B Stroke 6
For those of you who don't remember, the Web was announced to the world on August 6, 1991 by Tim Berners-Lee on the alt.hypertext newsgroup. You were a subscriber, weren't you?
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