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Week 1 -The Internet and the World Wide Web.pptx

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The Internet and the World Wide Web Week 1 CSCI 165
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Describe how computers are connected to the Internet. Explain how information is transmitted over the Internet. List some of the services and protocols available on the Internet. Explain the difference between the Internet and the World Wide Web. Describe the client-server model Week 1 Learning Objectives CSCI 165
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What is the Internet? The Internet is the world-wide collection of computers and all wireless communications CSCI 165
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Was developed at the end of the 1960s as the US Department of Defense wanted a way to communicate securely in the event of a nuclear war Initially called ARPANET (Advanced Research Projects Agency) and eventually became “the Internet” Interest from businesses and individuals led to over 1 million connected computers by 1992 History of the Internet CSCI 165
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Software infrastructure for gaining access to and exchanging information over the internet
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