The Internet has changed a lot since the days when you needed a computer the size of a small car and a telephone line to get horrendous dial-up connections that would take minutes to load a single image. These days, many people and even governments consider the Internet a public utility because, well, everything is connected now. Taschen’s latest coffee table compendium, Web Design. The Evolution of the Digital World 1990–Today, tackles all the changes that happened on the web since its debut in the early 90s. The design compendium features more than 600 pages laid out in such a way that it creates a visual tour from some of the very first sites to to the modern features we take for granted–complete with year-by-year factsheets, Google insights, and commentary from some of the creators themselves. Web Design. The Evolution of the Digital World 1990–Today will be available starting in October.