Where was the Internet first online?

Here is the question :


Here is the option for the question :

  • New York City
  • San Francisco
  • Los Angeles
  • Portland

The Answer:

And, the answer for the the question is :

Los Angeles


[STC001997] A little research facility at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) in California was the birthplace of an idea that would one day revolutionize the world: the Internet. It was not the work of a single person to bring about the development of the Internet as we know it today. In point of fact, Nikola Tesla came up with the radical concept of a ‘global wireless system’ at the turn of the 20th century. After it, the “ARPANET,” which was supported by the United States Department of Defense, contributed the more practical building elements (Advanced Research Projects Agency Network). This technique made it possible for several computers to communicate with each other through a single network. In October of 1969, a graduate student at UCLA named Charley Kline was the one who sent the very first host-to-host communication. Kline entered the letter ‘lo’ for the word ‘login,’ but the computer shut down before he could finish the message. Those two letters, on the other hand, were sent to a computer at Stanford that was located elsewhere. The laboratory at UCLA that was responsible for the creation of the Internet has now been brought back to its original state and is now open to the public as part of tours offered by the engineering school at the university.