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13 Pivotal Internet Moments That Forever Changed How We Live, Work and Play

13 Pivotal Internet Moments That Forever Changed How We Live, Work and Play

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1.  July 16, 1994: Amazon opens for business.

 

2. Jan. 18, 1995: Yahoo.com goes live.

 

3. April 21, 1995: Match.com starts striking matches.

 

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4. Sept. 3, 1995: eBay debuts.

 

5. Fall 1996: “Baby Cha-Cha” digitally dances into our hearts.

 

 

6. Jan. 17, 1998: The Drudge Report breaks the Clinton-Lewinsky scandal.

 

7. Sept. 7, 1998: Google incorporates.

 

8. Jan. 15, 2001: Wikipedia publishes its first entry.

 

9. April 23, 2005: The first YouTube video is uploaded.

 

10. Aug. 23, 2005: The world witnesses Hurricane Katrina online.

 

11. Oct. 28, 2003: Facebook rears its face.

 

12. Jan. 27, 2006: Western Union dispatches its last-ever telegram.

 

13. Nov. 12, 2014: Kim Kardashian West breaks the internet with her backside.

Stephen

Posted on: August 18, 2016, 6:58 am Category: Uncategorized

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