If you missed the #BloodMoon this morning, you're in luck.
Our "New Day" audience and CNN iReporters have got you covered with their shots they shared with Indra Petersons of the event.
I remember the first time I used it, in 1993.
We huddled around a monochrome computer (1-color monitor, it was yellow) and my science teacher pulled a piece of paper from her fanny pack that had instructions for us to dial into a computer the next town over.
Once connected, that computer dialed into another computer that connected us to NASA so we could read public information about space shuttle flights. It was amazing to see all that information slowly scroll by as lines of text on the screen.
It looked like this:
Then, came the web, and the first web page:
And the first web browsers:
Then the world wide web became a part of our life.