Internet explosion

Internet explosion

The period of tremendous growth of the Internet in the latter half of the 1990s. In the 1994-1996 time frame, it changed from a scientific and governmental research network to a commercial and consumer marketplace.
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Technology is considered generation-shaping as millennials came of age during the internet explosion.
1) "Growth in the commercialization of space has been compared to the Internet explosion of the 1990s/' he said, noting that startups, established companies, governmental agencies, and investors are teaming up on low-Earth-orbit and medium-Earth-orbit spacecraft ranging from CubeSats to large platforms.
The Matt Damon take-over was a payoff for the long-running joke about Damon being bumped from the show, which led to two viral videos in 2009 and an Internet explosion.
Objective: WARP-5 is driven by the internet explosion and the question for sustainable bandwidth delivery.
The internet explosion and mobile phones helped," he said.
Now, helped by the Internet explosion, he is doing it again, and has scores of Russians buying into his new scheme despite the relative stability of the oil-powered economy.
As one of the most economical wireless technologies available, the combination of these trends in the context of the Mobile Internet explosion has created a massive market opportunity.
World appears to be on the verge of a mobile Internet explosion, thanks to the public's love affair with Apple's iPhone and other intriguing smartphones like the Samsung Electronics Galaxy S.
Farrukh (Retd), defence analyst called WikiLeaks an internet explosion which irrespective of its motives and origin would make its effects felt across the globe.
The situation nevertheless is still less worrying than after the internet explosion in 2001-2002, when growth in the sector collapsed.
His discussion of how the internet explosion paralleled the American radio changes, how radio was used by politicians to influence American hearts and minds, and how radio even led to modern marketing and business world changes makes for a lively social commentary perfect for both general interest and, American history, and social science libraries.
As the Internet explosion changed the way most organizations did business, ARA shifted to an electronic newsletter as a way to reach out to tech-savvy members--and save trees and money.

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