The internet was first conceived as a means for military and universities to communicate without interruption. Beginning in the 90s, the internet was brought to the masses with the advent of dial-up service providers. Later, broadband technology emerged and allowed for streaming video, large downloads, and real-time communication. An explosion of web sites formed the World Wide Web.
Today the internet is a critical component of daily life, much like electricity and water. We have the entire world at our fingertips, via computer or smartphone. Children grow up not knowing a world without the internet, and even grandmas log into Facebook daily.
There are many facets of internet technology and culture. This is the category page for all things internet-related, including online communities and Youtube celebrities, as well as topics such as web dev and online security. We will continue adding new quizzes on a variety of subjects here.
Our Internet Quizzes
- Do You Have Internet Addiction?[by: 4, rated: rated: 3.65/5, published: May 21, 2006]
Internet addiction is quickly becoming recognized as a real problem causing devastation among a large number of people. Consequences include loss of friends,…
- Digital Natives[by: Sarah Horrigan, rated: rated: 3.1/5, published: Mar 22, 2008]
Marc Prensky (2001) argues that there are digital natives and digital immigrants and that some of us are the former and some the latter (use Google to find…
- What type of admin would you be on a social network?[by: Alyssa, rated: rated: 3.08/5, published: May 14, 2010]
Welcome to the administrator quiz. This quiz will tell you how good you would be as an administrator on a social networking website. Please take the quiz, and…
- How popular should you be on Tik Tok?[by: Kayla, rated: rated: 3.01/5, published: Oct 10, 2018]
Get a prediction on the number of fans you deserve on Tik Tok!
- The MySpace Fiend Quiz[by: Scott, rated: rated: 3.01/5, published: Apr 18, 2006]
MySpace quickly became one of the top internet sites of all time. Perhaps you've heard of it. MySpace has over 60 million users and grows larger by the day.…
- Do you deserve to be on the Internet?[by: Bill Patterson, rated: rated: 2.63/5, published: Jun 9, 2008]
These days, anyone can get access to the Internet. For crying out loud, some people don't even realize they have the Internet in their household! Does that…
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Internet Culture Quizzes
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Online Communities Quizzes
- How 4chan are you?[by: moot, rated: rated: 3.14/5, published: Feb 24, 2008]
Ah, 4chan. The home of the sickest, strangest, and most horrifying people on the Internet - and some of the funniest stuff to be found anywhere. Anything and…
- Are you addicted to VampireFreaks.com?[by: Jaison, rated: rated: 2.87/5, published: Apr 14, 2007]
There are many members of VampireFreaks.com. But not all are true VF addicts! Want to find out if you are a VF addict? Then what are you waiting for! Take the…
- CPM(Club Penguin Master)[by: The Geek, rated: rated: 2.76/5, published: Jan 23, 2011]
If you want to find out if you are a true club penguin genuis then take this quiz! This might not be hard for some people but it will be for others! Have so…
- Club Penguin Knowledge Quiz[by: Cory, rated: rated: 2.56/5, published: Jan 26, 2007]
Sure you like Club Penguin. It's a fun game where you can meet friends, hang out, play minigames for coins, and even dance! It's the perfect place for all…
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Web Design and Development Quizzes
- Web 3.0 & Semantic Web Quiz[by: Laura Matich, rated: rated: 2.83/5, published: Oct 20, 2010]
Web 3.0 is, theoretically, the next generation of the Internet. Many believe that Web 3.0 and semantic technology will drastically influence the ways in which…
Youtube Quizzes Quizzes
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It's pretty cool that the internet is allowing you to read this text right now, isn't it? GoToQuiz would like to give a shout-out to the tech pioneers that made this possible, including Vint Cerf, co-inventor of TCP/IP (the protocol computers use to connect to each other), and Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of HTTP (the protocol of the World Wide Web). Visionaries like these have changed the way we communicate, learn, shop, protest, and more.