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30 years of the web down under: how Australians made the early internet their own

By Kieran Hegarty, Research Fellow (Automated Decision-Making Systems), RMIT University
The internet is growing old. While the roots of the internet date back to the 1960s, the popular internet – the one that 99% of Australians now use – is a child of the 1990s.

In the space of a decade, the internet moved from a tool used by a handful of researchers to something most AustraliansThe Conversation

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