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Internet. What exactly is the Internet? What is cyberspace? How did it begin? The Internet can be divided into five broad areas. Electronic mail. Information sites. The World Wide Web. Usenet. Telnet. Advantages and Disadvantages of the Internet


For all times people tried to find ways for easier communication. Such things like telephone, TV or radio have been used for many years already. Nowadays we can be proud of a new invention like internet. Internet is important for all ages of people; of course it is more popular around teenagers, who use internet not just for getting information, but also for fun. One of the favorite ways of communication is chart.
Internet is a versatile invention. It helps as to find out information more easily and quickly. In May work I will talk about internet history, what exactly is the internet, what is cyberspace, how did it begin, and a lots of other things.

The Internet is a network of networks, linking computers to computers sharing the TCP/IP protocols. Each runs software to provide or "serve" information and/or to access and view information. The Internet is the transport vehicle for the information stored in files or documents on another computer. It can be compared to an international communications utility servicing computers. It is sometimes compared to a giant international plumbing system. The Internet itself does not contain information. It is a slight misstatement to say a "document was found on the Internet." It would be more correct to say it was found through or using the Internet. What it was found in (or on) is one of the computers linked to the Internet.
Computers on the Internet may use one or all of the following Internet services:
Electronic mail (e-mail). Permits you to send and receive mail.
Telnet or remote login. Permits your computer to log onto another computer and use it as if you were there.
FTP or File Transfer Protocol. Allows your computer to rapidly retrieve complex files intact from a remote computer and view or save them on your computer.
Gopher. An early, text-only method for accessing internet documents. Gopher has been almost entirely subsumed in the World Wide Web, but you may still find gopher documents linked to in web pages.
The World Wide Web (WWW). The largest, fastest growing activity on the Internet.

The best way to think of the Internet, or Net it is often called, is as a vast global network of networks connecting computers across the world. These networks range from government departments and industrial and educational communication systems down to the personal online service providers such as CompuServe, Delphi, etc.
At present, more than 33 million people use the Internet and over three million computers worldwide are linked in. They use the Net for transferring data, playing games, socializing with other computer users, and sending e-mail (electronic mail). ...

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