On 12 March 2014, the world wide web will turn 25. Tim Berners-Lee at the CERN lab in Switzerland, outlining a way to easily access files on linked computers, paved the way for a global phenomenon that has touched the lives of billions of people.
The BBC takes a look research into how Americans have used this technology through the decades. When did you first use the Internet? Let us know World Wide Web @ 25: The journey - BBC News