A new technology recommendation called IPv6 is suggested to replace the current IPv4 technology. IPv4 allows for fewer than 4.3 billion
directly connected Internet devices, problematic because the world population (as of 2009) is well over 6.5 billion (theoretically, if ever human had a computer and mobile phone, we'd need 13 billion
addresses, which is something IPv6 can easily accomplish).
Near the beginning of 1996, the pair who founded Google began their project. The domain
name for google.com was registered in 1997.
In 1999, a wireless technology called 802.11b, more commonly referred to as Wi-Fi, is standardized. Over the years that
follow, this technology begins appearing as a built-in feature of portable computers and many handheld devices.
In 2001, Wikipedia began. (It has a more detailed history of the internet.)
As of January 2012, davesite.com, the site you're on right
now, has been visited by over 30 million people. I started this site
in high school in 1996 with no experience.
Starting a web site is a lot of fun! Already know what you
want to call your web site? See if the name is available to get started. Type the name, then click the ending.
Some popular choices are .info and .us. Don't stick to just .com!