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    Technology – The Internet

    1. “History of The Internet”: An article focused on tracing the roots and evolution of the Internet. It would likely cover the transition from ARPANET to the World Wide Web, the contributions of key players such as Vint Cerf and Tim Berners-Lee, and the first ISPs.
    2. “Internet Architecture”: Detailed explanation of how the Internet is structured and operates. Particularly, it includes the TCP/IP model, data packet transmission, routing, and the role of servers and clients.
    3. “World Wide Web”: Thorough examination of the World Wide Web (WWW), its evolution, and its relationship with the broader Internet. It will also cover HTML and the concept of hyperlinks.
    4. “Search Engines”: Explanation of the digital tools used to find information on the Internet, like AltaVista and Yahoo! It might explore how they work and their significance in navigating the expansive world of online data.
    5. “Electronic Mail (Email)”: Discussion about the nature and operation of Email, such as POP3 and its role in revolutionizing communication techniques worldwide.
    6. “Internet Service Providers (ISPs)”: Covering the organizations instrumental in providing access to the Internet. It would discuss different types of ISPs – large, regional, access.
    7. “.com Boom”: Capture the rapid expansion of Internet-based businesses and how the “.com” phenomenon shaped the financial and entrepreneurial landscapes.
    8. “Dial-Up Access”: Explanation on how Internet was commonly accessed in the 90s, dial-up modems and the information about connection speeds and limitations.
    9. “Internet Relay Chat (IRC)”: Discussion of online communication platforms that were popular in the 90s, facilitating real-time text transmissions over the internet.
    10. “Netiquette”: This article would cover the accepted etiquette for online behavior, communication, spamming, flaming and aspects of digital citizenship.
    11. “Data Privacy & Internet Security”: Focused on the challenges, measures, and policies intended to protect users’ information and the integrity of websites.
    12. “Regulations and the Internet”: Legislation related to the Internet use, including content censorship, copyright laws, and questions about jurisdiction in online disputes.