Here are 10 interesting things about the first occurrences on the Internet such as the first person to send an email, the person who loads the first picture .
In 1971, Ray Tomlinson was the first to send an email. That email he sent to himself. At the time, Tomlinson was working at BBN Technologies, a company that played a key role in the birth of ARPANET - one of the early versions of the Internet. (Photo: Flickr).
The first email sent as spam was from DEC on ARPANET on May 3, 1978. It was sent to 393 people. (Photo: BI)
On March 15, 1985, Symbolics.com - the first domain name on the Internet was registered. (Photo: Symbolics).
On August 6, 1991, the first website in the world was officially announced, its content simple to explain about the World Wide Web (WWW). Currently, users can still visit this site by following the link below. (Photo: BI).
On July 18, 1992, Tim Burners Lee - the inventor of the World Wide Web posted the first photo on the Internet with the content of an image of a girl group called Les Horrible Cernettes. (Photo: Motherboard).
The first instant message sent via AOL was made by Ted Leonsis, who later became Vice President of AOL. The message was sent to his wife by Leonsis and read 'Don't be scared . it's me. Love and miss you. ' (Photo: AP).
The first banner ad on the Internet was launched in October 1994 at HotWired.com by Joe McCambley and featured ads for seven art museums and was sponsored by AT&T. (Photo: BI).
The first item sold on eBay (then called AuctionWeb) was a broken laser projector. A collector of broken laser pens paid $ 14.83 to buy it. (Photo: DailyMobile).
'Tere, kas sa kuuled mind? - Hello, can you hear me? ' is the first quote to be transmitted via Skype in Estonian in April 2003.
The first Facebook user was Mark Zuckerberg and his ID number was 4. The ID numbers 1, 2 and 3 were just test accounts. Arie Hasi was the first person not on the Facebook founder team to have a social networking account. (Photo: BuzzFeed).