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The World Wide Web is 33 and Still Growing

The World Wide Web, the collection of pages on the Internet, is available to anyone with an Internet connection. Approximately 4.93 billion people use it, representing about 63 percent of the world’s population.

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The Path to Your Domain Name

A domain name says a lot, and it gives driving directions to your site on the World Wide Web, now 33 years old. If it calls out the name of your industry, you’re in luck. If someone else wants your name, even better.

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Can You Say Happy Birthday Twitter in 280 Characters or Fewer?

“Just setting up my twttr,” time-stamped 3:50 pm on March 21, 2006, by co-founder Jack Dorsey was the first tweet ever. Happy Birthday, Twitter.

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The World Wide Web is 33 and Still Growing

The World Wide Web, the collection of pages on the Internet, is available to anyone with an Internet connection. Approximately 4.93 billion people use it, representing about 63 percent of the world’s population.

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Year-Round Daylight Saving Time Still a Dream

Arizona, Hawaii, American Samoa, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands do not observe DST. States can implement year-round Standard Time if they choose, but not DST.

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Women’s History Month: Remembering Those Who Don’t Ask for Anything in Return

In the United States and other nations, the month of March celebrates women’s contributions to the world with events both live and virtual. Canada celebrates Women’s History Month in August.

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