National Internet Day

Did you know today is National Internet Day? Here at STOP Restoration Albuquerque, we are taking the time today to recognize the true importance of the internet and how it continues to impact every single person. We all should be celebrating this revolutionary day! Without our web platform our clients would not be able to see what we're doing!

October 29th, 1969, Charley Kline a UCLA grad student attempted to send the first message on the internet to Bill Duval at Stanford University. They both were working on a task known as ARPANET (Advanced Research Projects Agency Network) that allowed for terminals to be connected at the following Universities: UCLA, Stanford, UC Santa Barbara, and the University of Utah.  After a few tries, Kline was able to send the word "LOGIN" to Duval. We then had the endless possibilities with the Internet!

Without the internet, we would not have the knowledge of the world at our fingertips. Being able to look up just about anything from the comfort of our own home or even smartphone, not only is accessible, but provides an element of convenience. There are many ways you can celebrate National Internet Day! Whether that be searching for information on a topic you're not entirely aware of, playing online games, social media, catching up with a friend, or even researching restoration projects for your home or commercial space. 

It's hard to measure the true effect of the Internet, but one thing that can be measured is our dedication to our clients. Our online presence allows each client to see how we work, while gaining insight to our quality and professional touch to our projects.