On 29 October 2019, a group of NSS volunteers gathered together to celebrate the International Internet Day. They made a presentation on the history of internet which helped them know more about the evolution of the internet.
October 29th celebrates an important day in history that forever changed the way the world communicates, shops, travels, learns and stays up-to-date with current events. October 29 is Internet Day, also referred to as World Internet Day and/or International Internet Day.
Although the message was nothing inspirational, mind-boggling or life-changing, it was nonetheless, momentous. Kline typed the letters “L” and “O” which were both received by Duvall before the system crashed! Kleinrock said, “All we wanted to do … was to send a simple login capability from UCLA to SRI. We just wanted to log into the SRI machine from UCLA.’
The entire one-word message, “login” was finally sent in its entirety about an hour later and the Advanced Research Projects Agency Network (ARPANET), the network that would become the Internet, was born.