Did you know that first version of MySpace was coded in just 10 days? I didn’t… not until now.
Just like it’s important for every human being to introspect, social networking also needs to look back at its past. Keeping this in mind OnlineSchools.org has created an infographic, which depicts the evolution social networking has undergone over 3 decades and packs in information which have been long forgotten with the success of Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and others.
The first email was sent in 1971. Then in the late 70s, bulletin board system was introduced and in mid 90s, a social networking site called Geocities was launched. Almost at the same time, TheGlobe.com, another site to give users the feel of customized online experience, came in the picture. According to the infographic, 90s closed with SixDegrees.com. What happened in this decade, that we all know but still the visual representation makes us to refresh our memories.