In this day and age we take uploading pictures to the internet for granted, after all there are billions of photos now stored online and millions more added daily.
The industry, thanks to digital cameras and cell phone cameras, has become so big that Instagram recently sold for $1 billion after less than two years in business.
But where exactly did it the practice of photo uploading start? It turns out the first internet photo was taken in 1992 and features four women from a parody group.
Known as Les Horribles Cernettes the photo was digitally altered using Photoshop and included four ladies who happened to be lab employees working at CERN. Known for its major discoveries over the years CERN was also the place where the World Wide Web project began thanks to the help of British computer scientist Tim Berners-Lee.
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