Granted the history of the Internet can be traced back to the late 1950s, many believe the global system of interconnected computer networks was born in the late ’80s/early ’90s. This was the time period when computer scientist Tim Berners-Lee proposed the idea of an information management system, which later developed into what we know today as the World Wide Web—an online portal that’s revolutionized the way society gathers data and operates on a daily basis. Play, share, talk, or work, the Net has not only enriched our social lives, but also made us more productive. And we’re completely grateful.

From web browsing to music downloads to electing the leader of the free world, most of us have witnessed the evolution of cyberspace and even experienced its groundbreaking developments from the start. So in celebration of its accomplishments, lets revisit the past by looking back at The 25 Most Important Moments in the Internet’s First 25 Years. Login!