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History of Computers & Internet

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TOP500 List - June 1999

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To think that was just 24 years ago...

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To think that was just 24 years ago...

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You'd think that by 1995 anyone could see the writing on the wall. The WWW existed, browsers and e-commerce were in their infancy, and millions of people had personal computers.

 

With regards to the newspaper prediction: oddly enough, the New York Times website went online just one year later.


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