A great CNN article, "The Internet transforms modern life," reviews some of the changes we've seen since the web browser became mainstream.
According to the Pew Internet & American Life Project, fewer than one in seven Americans were online in 1995. Today, Pew says, two out of every three Americans spend time online.
The Web has added plenty of words to our lexicon, although some have yet to make the dictionary. If you had talked about Googling or blogging 10 years ago, you might have had a lot of listeners scratching their heads.
Heck, I remember the first time I heard about Yahoo! and wondered Ya-WHO? I also remember the first White House web site which, in turn, taught us the subtle but important distinction top level domains play in a URL. And the final memory I will foist upon you is literally typing in the URL for a site and walking down the hall to get a cup of coffee while the home page loaded into the browser.