JCR Licklider proposed the idea of a network of computers that could talk to one another.
The first-ever message was send from one computer to another over the ARPANET the government's network.
Ray Tomlinson developed the first system to send mail back and forth between the users of ARPANET. This was called electronic mail or email and the @ was used to tell person's name and the host name apart.
The computer science named Vintor Cerf invented a way to introduce computers across the globe to each other in a virtual space called TCP (transmission control protocol) which was followed by IP (Internet Protocol)
Scientists began to use surf's protocol to send data back and forth but in the 90s is where everything began.
MOSAIC popularized surfing the web, it influenced to follow Netscape navigator
The University of Hawaii's Aloha net was added followed by various network in and London in Norway.
Tim Bernes-Lee invented the World Wide Web a entire network of information that was used by anyone with internet connection
The internet browser ERWISE was created, it had graphic interface.
Companies like AOL and CompuServer started to provide dial-up internet access.
Netscape navigator became the most popular web browser