When it comes to diversity of content it doesn’t get much bigger than the world wide web. The Internet has come a long way since it’s inception into the consumer space in the early 1990s. Back then it was in the process of emerging from the days of ARPANET from the late 1970s, where it had previously been used as nothing more than a point-to-point data switching network. In a matter of only a few decades its growth and evolution have had the single biggest influence on our culture than any other human invention. Through advanced computer networking technologies like TCP/IP, sophisticated graphical user interfaces and developments in Flash, Java and HTML it has become a perpetually growing global database and information repository. Cyberspace now permeates almost every facet of our daily lives in some way, shape or form.
The Internet is now our primary window to the world and functions as a communications platform, a place to conduct business, to share ideas, create and view content, discover news stories and even shop online. It has become our primary hub for entertainment be it through videos, music or gaming. These days we can now carry the web around in our pocket thanks to advances in mobile computing technologies. Now from the moment we wake till the moment we go to bed this indispensable tool has become a constant companion in our communications arsenal. In today’s tech survey we’re asking you: What is your primary use for the Internet?