The Web lived up to its original ambitious name, and is indeed "world wide." But who uses it, and how, varies.
In Asia, it's common for people to browse via mobile phone or TV. In the developing world, Internet cafes are central. The Web is global - but specifics are often local.
The Web running over the Internet brought the online world to every kind of user, and into venues computers had rarely been seen before, like cafés.View Artifact Detail
The rise of fast wireless data networks in the 2000s increasingly wove the online world into people's daily routines; from finding directions to answering email in the park.View Artifact Detail