The concept of the internet was initially conceived in the 1920s by Harry Nyquist and Ralph Hartley.

The Internet's name comes from the military initiative Arpa, which created a network of computers that would link the mainframes of government agencies, universities, and defense contractors.

The network grew rapidly and included nearly 60 nodes by the mid-1970s. It was a big undertaking, and the Cold War provided much of the funding.

Douglas Engelbart and Leonard Kleinrock worked on early forms of the network.

They were among many pioneers in this technology, but a lot of their work was classified and not openly shared, which ultimately limited the internet's lifespan.

The first users of the Internet were scientists however technology evolved over the years and the World Wide Web became the standard means of accessing data online.

This revolutionized the way people use the internet.

While the Internet is an important part of our daily lives, it was only with this development that the public had access to this vast resource of information.

It is difficult to pinpoint the exact date when the Internet was first invented, but its development is believed to have begun in 1969.