The World Wide Web was the killer app for the Internet. In the course of less than a decade, it went from a simple document-sharing system for physicists to ubiquity. In 1994, if you’d said to someone that six years later billboards hawking milk would have URLs plastered on them, you would have been asked if you’d seen your psychiatrist recently and if she’d considered upping your dosage. Nevertheless, six years later there were URLs on billboards hawking all manner of consumer wares.
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