Nov 21, 2023

This event marked the inception of what would become the modern internet

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1969

The Dawn of Digital Connectivity: ARPANET's First Link.

On this day, a pivotal moment in the history of technology and communication unfolded as the first permanent ARPANET link was established between UCLA and the Stanford Research Institute. This event marked the inception of what would eventually evolve into the modern Internet, a cornerstone of contemporary life.

This initial connection between two distant computers heralded the beginning of a new era in digital communication, laying the foundation for a globally interconnected network. ARPANET's design and implementation were groundbreaking, showcasing early protocols and technologies that would shape the future of data exchange and online interaction.

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