The year 1980 became the tipping point in the Internet sphere.American National Standards Institute committee announced the working draft of Standard GML (SGML).Later the scientist of the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), Tim Berners-Lee, invented the Hyper Text Markup language (HTML) which is widely spread nowadays and no site can exist without it.
But these hyperbolic pronouncements miss a deeper fact: At its core, "online dating" isn't something we just started doing 5, 10 or even 20 years ago.
Center for History and New Media: History Matters The Center for History and New Media produces historical works in new media, tests their effectiveness in the classroom, and reflects critically on the success of new media in historical practice.
CHNM’s resources include a list of “best” web sites, links to syllabi and lesson plans, essays on history and new media, and more. Go to the Digital Blackboard section for lesson ideas that integrate the Internet.
The Library of Congress American Memory in particular is an outstanding resource for American history and general studies.
Included are multimedia collections of photographs, recorded sound, moving pictures, and digitized text.The history of the Opera web browser began in 1994 when it was started as a research project at Telenor, the largest Norwegian telecommunications company.