Τα 15 sites που άλλαξαν το internet

There are millions of websites out there. Many of them are unique, either in small ways or in large ones. But the individual impact of any particular site on the overall Internet is generally negligible, if there’s any impact at all.

Ολα τα κείμενα εδώ: 15 Noteworthy Websites That Changed the Internet

Not so with the fifteen sites here. These sites changed the Internet, mostly for good, in substantial ways. Included here is everything from Geocities (which could probably be blamed entirely, either directly or indirectly, for every ugly web design “trend” that’s ever been) to Wikipedia (which has made information almost universally accessible) to Google (which has changed or influenced virtually everything online).

1. Wikipedia

Changed the way we find information.

2. Amazon.com

Changed the way we shop.

3. Hotmail

Changed the way we use email.

4. Facebook

Changed the way friends connected.

5. Project Gutenberg

Changed the way we read.

6. Twitter

Changed the way we communicate.

7. Pandora

Changed the way we find new music.

8. Apple

Made minimalist web design cool.

9. YouTube

Changed entertainment.

10. Craigslist

Changed classifieds.

11. The Drudge Report

Changed the stature of online news.

12. GeoCities

geocities

Made the web more accessible.

13. Digg

Changed the way we find and share news.

14. LiveJournal

Hooked millions on blogging.

15. Google

Changed everything.

About AuthorCameron Chapman is a professional Web and graphic designer with over 7 years of experience. She writes for a number of blogs, including her own, Cameron Chapman On Writing. She’s also the author of Internet Famous: A Practical Guide to Becoming an Online Celebrity.

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