We can't say that Internet has a very long history.It started its existence not very long ago but it has been developing headily and became the essential part of every person: school children, businessmen, shop managers, amateurs and housewives use the Internet every day.
If Distro Kid processed every single album on Earth, every day, forever, it wouldn’t reach a small fraction of that scale (so far we’ve distributed over 100,000 songs for 20,000 different artists).
Several years ago, I read an inspiring article in Forbes about you and In Grooves (here).
Within 10 days, the first version of Myspace was ready for launch, implemented using Cold Fusion.
A complete infrastructure of finance, human resources, technical expertise, bandwidth, and server capacity was available for the site.
Later the scientist of the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), Tim Berners-Lee, invented the Hyper Text Markup language (HTML) which is widely spread nowadays and no site can exist without it.
In 1989-1990, Tim Berners-Lee proposed a set of protocols and software (the first web browser and editor called World Wide Web) that allowed computers to browse the information in the Internet and developed the first web server called Hyper Text Transfer Protocol daemon (httpd).XML is an application profile or restricted form of SGML, the Standard Generalized Markup Language.By construction, XML documents are conforming SGML documents." "XML is primarily intended to meet the requirements of large-scale Web content providers for industry-specific markup, vendor-neutral data exchange, media-independent publishing, one-on-one marketing, workflow management in collaborative authoring environments, and the processing of Web documents by intelligent clients.The history of the Internet starts in the late 1960s. The way of communication through computers was inconvenient and not user-friendly.First it was strictly used for US military purposes. At that time the internet was a special tool for exchanging important data between computers with the help of transmission control protocols (TCP/IP). But in the year 1972, ray Tomlinson created email which inverted the life of the Internet from feet to the head.Here’s a CFML function I wrote that converts CSV to tab-separated, while preserving the commas in qualified strings (double-quoted strings). As you wrote, you’ve been “at this a long time.” My company, Distro Kid, launched less than a year ago.