From the frontier days of AOL to Google becoming a verb, the internet has undergone some drastic changes in the last few decades. When the internet first became available in homes, the only option was dial-up. Nobody could be on the phone when you tried to get online. Then, you had to listen to a thousand pops, whines, and screeches while your computer struggled to connect. And remember how you had to stop what you were doing and sign off anytime someone needed to use the phone? It was infuriating… and slow. Can you imagine trying to watch Netflix on that thing? Impossible.