American History: K12 Internet History – K12Playground.com Find A School.

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This is American K12 Internet History 

It is the First and the oldest list of schools who first built their own websites and were announced by Internet Pioneer Gleason Sackmann!

Find every regionally accredited Elementary, Middle and High School nationwide, including the territories. If you can’t find it … sign in and add your school.

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This K12 School database first launched online in 1998 —  1 year later than google!

Perspective:

9/10/1990: Archie Query Formthe first Internet search engine was released

9/16/1997: Google.com domain name is registered Google’s pre-launch logo in 1997:

google1997

Number of Amazon employees:
2018
: 566,000
2008: 20,700
1998: 2,100
1995: 5

9/15/2008 Lehman Brothers Collapsed
Things that didn’t exist when Lehman Brothers collapsed
Uber Instagram Bitcoin iPad Snapchat Apple Maps Angry Birds Kickstarter GoFundMe WhatsApp Apple Watch FB Messenger Candy Crush Pinterest Alexa Venmo WeWork WeChat Tinder Twitch Siri Square Stripe Slack

Increase in market valuation since Lehman Brothers collapse:
JPMorgan Bank of America +$555 billion
Citigroup (combined)
Goldman Sachs Morgan Stanley

Facebook
Apple +$3.9 trillion
Amazon (combined)
Netflix Google

Apple’s valuation today: $1.07 trillion
Apple’s valuation when iPhone was unveiled in 2007: $75 billion
9/16/1985 Steve Jobs resigns as Apple Chairman
1997: Jobs rejoins Apple as CEO
Total number of iPhones sold:
Sep 2018: +1.4 billion
Aug 2017: 1.2 billion
Jul 2016: 1 billion
Apple’s annual services revenue:
2017: $29.9 billion
2016: $24.3 billion
2015: $19.9 billion
2014: $18.1 billion
2013: $16.1 billion
2012: $12.9 billion
2011: $9.4 billion

9/13/85 Super Mario Bros. was released

 

 

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