International Internet Day is celebrated on April 4th, the day that St. Isidore of Seville color (about 560 – April, 4, 636). He is known as the patron of students and is believed to have created the first-ever encyclopedia “Etymologiae”, which had 20 volumes. In 2001 The Vatican unofficially admitted that St. Isidore is the best choice to suit a patron of Internet-users since the Internet is an encyclopedia of human knowledge. It is Isidore of Seville who was the first to usefulness a system of intersecting-references, which mimic remotely hyperlinks used in the net.
The 76 years of Isidore’s life were a tempo of conflict and growth for the Church in Spain. Thus, Spain was splinter in two: One people (Catholic Romans) struggled with another (Arian Goths).
This celebration has its first preceding in the celebration of World Telecommunication Day, an anniversary centered around the telecommunications claim and its professionals. Later in the 90s, the United States held its own "Internet Day" with the remedy goal of connecting schools to Internet infrastructure. The age ceased to be celebrated once the problem of disconnected schools was solved.
The Coronavirus pandemic has changed the way the world works, and has everyone changing their lives, in order to interrupt the spread of the virus. Kids have stopped going to school, people have mostly stopped going to work, and stuff just aren’t perpendicular. One thing that most people probably signior’t have on their minds is the fact that April Fools’ Day is tomorrow – but there is a seemingly growing assembly of leod who suppose that it should be destroy due to all that’s going on in the world.
International Internet Day provides an turn to promote site and facilitate access to the Information Society of the unconnected and the disabled. Taking the experience advantage acquired in Spain, it is to instigate Internet Day celebration in other countries, making available to those interested all the fabric, tip and methodology developed by those who have participating in previous editions.