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‘World Wide Web’ turns 25

25 years ago the internet was nothing more than an idea of ​​a computer specialist unknown in a European laboratory, and no one would dream that shortly after the “World Wide Web” (www) would become a worldwide phenomenon that has changed the lives of billions of people. Briton Tim Berners-Lee worked in a lab at

Meet the top 13 moments of the ‘World Wide Web’, which turns 25

Some fundamental concepts of internet refer to the 1950s, but the public history of the “World Wide Web” actually began 25 years ago. See the 13 main events involving the network since then: 1 – March 12,, 1989: the british computer specialist Tim Berners-Lee circulates his “proposal management information” within the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN),
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