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Internet and the World-Wide-Web

Explain how the Internet and the World-Wide-Web are the same thing or are not the same thing.

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The Internet is a world-wide broadcasting capability that provides a mechanism so that information can be exchanged, and allows interaction and collaboration between people and computers from all over the world. The first instance known of social interaction using networking took place in 1962 by J.C.R. Licklider but was only a theory written on paper. In 1969 the first message was successfully sent on network called ARPANET. ARPANET eventually ...

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This solution discusses the similarities and differences in the Internet and the World-Wide-Web.