PHILIPPE PLAILLY / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY PHILIPPE PLAILLY / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY
Internet computer screen. View of a computer linked to the Internet, photographed at Cyberia, a "cyber cafe" in London that opened in 1994. Customers are able to use these screens to navigate the Internet, a worldwide network of computers offering information, images and sounds on a variety of subjects. Originally designed to allow scientists to communicate data, the Internet has grown into a medium of popular culture with host sites catering for an array of interests. Software designers have written 'browser' programs to help users navigate from one file to another, eliminating the need for any computer literacy.
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