Why is the Web hosting craze still going strong?
The Web hosting industry continues to grow and grow, and that growth is fueled by the sheer number of Web sites.
There are nearly 30,000 websites, which means that, by 2020, there will be 30 million sites.
The number of sites has been rising steadily for decades, but the Web is seeing an exponential increase in sites each year.
The web is being created in the most efficient way possible, and Web sites are becoming more and more efficient at keeping up with new technologies and changing the way people interact with the Web.
It’s a great time to be a web user.
And the Web has become so big, so diverse, and so vibrant that there are many sites that are already thriving on the Web and growing exponentially.
But that doesn’t mean the Web will continue to be the dominant way people use the Internet.
Today, the Web continues to be growing.
This is the story of how that growth has been driven by the Web, but also the story that the Web itself has evolved and changed over the years.1.
Web 1.0 was created in 1996The Web started as a hobby.
In 1996, I worked for a small consulting company, and I was working on a project that was going to help companies make the Web faster and easier to use.
At the time, it was pretty hard to make the web faster and more user-friendly.
I was using a tool called Internet Explorer, and it was a little bit of a mess.
The HTML was messy, and the CSS was messy.
So, I wrote a program called Web.css, which was just a text editor.
I put it on the desktop, and people used it to write HTML and CSS and all the rest of it.
And, then, I started getting a lot of people to use it, and they started to get more and a lot more complex.
Web 2.0 emerged in 2001Web 2.5 emerged in 2007Web 3.0 popped up in 2009The Web is evolving into something very differentToday, the web is really the most important thing for people to do.
It helps people get online.
It gives people access to the Web in a way that it was never possible before.
And it’s a place that people use and interact with and learn.
It has the potential to do things that were unimaginable a few years ago.
And I think the Web really has taken over the world.
The Web itself is also evolving.
For example, Web 3.5 is a much more modern browser, which allows for much more flexibility in the way the browser is written.
And Web 4.0 is a web app, which is where people get access to all of the tools that they need to do anything from creating an online account to sending an email.
These are things that people have been using for years and years, but they’ve never really had the ability to get the Web to be as fluid and open and easy to use as it is today.
Web 4.1 is coming soonThe first version of Web 4, which Web 3 was, was released in September, 2007.
And then, in January, 2008, Web 4 launched.
It was the first version that really focused on being user-centric and making the Web a great experience.
The Web has grown to the point that the Internet itself is becoming the most powerful tool we have.2.
Web 4 introduced the web browserA browser is a program that you install on your computer.
It runs on your desktop, on your Mac, or on your phone, and is what users do when they browse the Web on their phone.
The Internet browser is really, really powerful, and you can get a really good idea of what it can do by going through the Web pages that it can run on.
The browser itself has a lot going on inside it.
You can run a number of different programs on it.
But, most of the time it’s just a small window that shows the browser running on your PC.
It does everything that you need to run any web application.3.
The first Web browser was the MacOS versionThe first MacOS browser was called “MacOS.”
And, in fact, that is the only version of the Mac OS that was ever released for the public.
It is actually a completely separate operating system.
There was no Mac OS version for the general public, because there were no computers with Mac OS.
There were no Apple Computers that were designed specifically to run Mac OS, and therefore Mac OS was not available.
So the first Mac OS browser was a Mac version of a Web browser.
And that’s the way it has been for the past 40 years.
The first major Mac OS release was in 1994The first OS for PCs was called Windows95The Mac OS 1.5 release was the one that launched the Web The Mac OS 2.2 release was released to the public in 1996Windows 95 was the next major release.
Windows 95 was a new version of Windows