When the Internet Was a Mystery

It’s hard to imagine life before the internet.

As one viewer said when watching Bryant Gumbel and Katie Couric on NBC’s “Today” show back in 1994, it’s crazy how far we’ve come technologically in a mere 17 years.

In the early years, it was the Internet with a capital I. Historians tells us that, at its genesis, we also spelled Radio with a capital R.

Once radio became pervasive, people began lowercasing it. Same with television. And now, same with the internet. Let’s all start spelling internet with a lowercase i.

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