This is a collection of networked nodes that contain vast amounts of information. It starts out very small and begins mushrooming around 1993.
The World Wide Web
This consists of networked nodes that are named with URLs such as www.something.com or www.something.net. One can think of it as a graphical interface that uses clicking navigation.
This term refers to an online application that helps users find what they are looking for. The first one of these is Archie, while Google and Yahoo are major examples today.
This is the New York financial district that has a great deal of influence on public companies, such as Google.
This term refers to money that investors put into start-up companies with the hope of reaping high financial returns.
This is the area in California where many Internet companies have...
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