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KTXS Abilene
Abilene residents weigh in on 25 years of the World Wide Webanniversary Tuesday. Though the foundations of the internet were created in th
Abilene residents weigh in on 25 years of the World Wide Web
KTXS Abilene / Posted 5 hours ago
anniversary Tuesday. Though the foundations of the internet were created in the late ‘60s, British computer scientist Sir Tim Berners-Lee released the World Wide Web to the public on Aug. 23, 1991. Rudy Fernandez with KEAN 105 FM in Abilene says... Read more
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Wired News
At 25, the World Wide Web Is Still a Long Way From RealityTwenty-five years ago today, Tim Berners-Lee unleashed the World Wide Web, publ
At 25, the World Wide Web Is Still a Long Way From Reality
Wired News / Posted 6 hours ago
Twenty-five years ago today, Tim Berners-Lee unleashed the World Wide Web, publishing the first public webpage. Well, maybe. The exact date is controversial. But now is as good a time as any to check in on the state of the web, which did more than... Read more
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Bay News 9 Tampa Bay
The web turns 25 todayDay.” The name is a combination of the word “internet” and “nauta”—Greek for tr
The web turns 25 today
Bay News 9 Tampa Bay / Posted 8 hours ago
Day.” The name is a combination of the word “internet” and “nauta”—Greek for traveler. British computer scientist Tim Berners-Lee, not Al Gore, conceived the idea of the World Wide Web and is credited as the first person to give the public... Read more
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KELO Sioux Falls
25 Years Later, A Changed World: A Big Anniversary For The Weblast 25 years. The World Wide Web was publicly launched on August 23, 1991. It
25 Years Later, A Changed World: A Big Anniversary For The Web
KELO Sioux Falls / Posted 11 hours ago
last 25 years. The World Wide Web was publicly launched on August 23, 1991. It was first developed two years earlier by Tim Berners-Lee, an English scientist who was working for CERN- the European Center for Nuclear Research. It is important to... Read more
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Mashable
Why this date in World Wide Web History might not matterWhat's This?Tim Berners-Lee, British Physicist turned Programmer, Inventor of t
Why this date in World Wide Web History might not matter
Mashable / Posted 11 hours ago
What's This?Tim Berners-Lee, British Physicist turned Programmer, Inventor of the World Wide Web. Image: Catrina Genovese/WireImage Today is being celebrated as the 25th anniversary of public access to the World Wide Web, (aka Happy #InternautDay),... Read more
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Thame Gazette
The World Wide Web is 25 today: Here’s 25 things the internet changed foreverthings the world wide web changed forever. Happy 25th birthday to the internet
The World Wide Web is 25 today: Here’s 25 things the internet changed forever
Thame Gazette / Posted 12 hours ago
things the world wide web changed forever. Happy 25th birthday to the internet! In August 1991, British computer scientist Tim Berners-Lee published the first web page. And on August 23, 1991, he gave the public access to it. Handily, the page... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
The World Wide Web is 25 today: Here’s 25 things the internet changed foreverthings the world wide web changed forever. Happy 25th birthday to the internet
The World Wide Web is 25 today: Here’s 25 things the internet changed forever
Banbury Guardian / Posted 13 hours ago
things the world wide web changed forever. Happy 25th birthday to the internet! In August 1991, British computer scientist Tim Berners-Lee published the first web page. And on August 23, 1991, he gave the public access to it. Handily, the page... Read more
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Aylesbury Today
The World Wide Web is 25 today: Here’s 25 things the internet changed foreverthings the world wide web changed forever. Happy 25th birthday to the internet
The World Wide Web is 25 today: Here’s 25 things the internet changed forever
Aylesbury Today / Posted 14 hours ago
things the world wide web changed forever. Happy 25th birthday to the internet! In August 1991, British computer scientist Tim Berners-Lee published the first web page. And on August 23, 1991, he gave the public access to it. Handily, the page... Read more
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Luton Today
The World Wide Web is 25 today: Here’s 25 things the internet changed foreverthings the world wide web changed forever. Happy 25th birthday to the internet
The World Wide Web is 25 today: Here’s 25 things the internet changed forever
Luton Today / Posted 14 hours ago
things the world wide web changed forever. Happy 25th birthday to the internet! In August 1991, British computer scientist Tim Berners-Lee published the first web page. And on August 23, 1991, he gave the public access to it. Handily, the page... Read more
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Fortune
Why Internaut Day Might Not Be the Web Anniversary You're Looking ForSocial media users are enthusiastically celebrating “Internaut Day” on Tuesday.
Why Internaut Day Might Not Be the Web Anniversary You're Looking For
Fortune / Posted 16 hours ago
Social media users are enthusiastically celebrating “Internaut Day” on Tuesday. They’re thanking Tim Berners-Lee, the creator of the World Wide Web, for first providing public access to it on this day in 1991, precisely a quarter of a century... Read more
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WWLP Springfield
25 years later, a changed world: A big anniversary for the WebTim Berners-Lee, 43, director of the World Wide Web Consortium at the Massachus
25 years later, a changed world: A big anniversary for the Web
WWLP Springfield / Posted 17 hours ago
Tim Berners-Lee, 43, director of the World Wide Web Consortium at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge, Mass., poses in his office Monday, June 1, 1998. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola) CHICOPEE, Mass. (WWLP) – The World Wide Web has... Read more
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dna
The Internet just celebrated its 25th birthday today!On August 23, 2016, the internet completed 25 years. On this day, in 1991, Sir
The Internet just celebrated its 25th birthday today!
dna / Posted 19 hours ago
On August 23, 2016, the internet completed 25 years. On this day, in 1991, Sir Tim Berners-Lee created and developed the World Wide Web (WWW). On the world's first public website, Sir Tim Berners-Lee said, “The WWW project merges the techniques of... Read more
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International Business Times
Internaut Day: 10 things you didn't know about the World Wide WebTwenty-five years ago, the World Wide Web first went public when Tim Berners-Le
Internaut Day: 10 things you didn't know about the World Wide Web
International Business Times / Posted 20 hours ago
Twenty-five years ago, the World Wide Web first went public when Tim Berners-Lee, a British scientist working at CERN, granted the general public access to the web for the first time on 23 August 1991. It allowed non-technical computer experts to use... Read more
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Mashable
People are thanking Tim Berners-Lee to mark the 25th anniversary of the World Wide Webof the day. On Tuesday morning, people took to social media to mark Internaut
People are thanking Tim Berners-Lee to mark the 25th anniversary of the World Wide Web
Mashable / Posted 20 hours ago
of the day. On Tuesday morning, people took to social media to mark Internaut Day — the anniversary of the date on which Tim Berners-Lee made the World Wide Web openly available for people to use, 25 years ago. Some people shared a timeline to... Read more
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CNET
25 years ago the Web was bornIn March 1989, Tim Berners-Lee wrote the first proposal for the World Wide Web
25 years ago the Web was born
CNET / Posted 23 hours ago
In March 1989, Tim Berners-Lee wrote the first proposal for the World Wide Web at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, in Geneva, Switzerland. Titled "Information Management: A Proposal", the document opened with this statement:... Read more
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CNET
Happy 25th birthday to the World Wide Webtechnology that brings us all together! On August 23, 1991 -- 25 years ago toda
Happy 25th birthday to the World Wide Web
CNET / Posted 23 hours ago
technology that brings us all together! On August 23, 1991 -- 25 years ago today -- the public gained access for the first time to the World Wide Web, designed and deployed by computer scientist Tim Berners-Lee at CERN in Switzerland. It gave rise... Read more
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express
Top ten facts about...the internetten facts about...the internet August 23 is celebrated as “Internaut Day” (fro
Top ten facts about...the internet
express / Posted 23 hours ago
ten facts about...the internet August 23 is celebrated as “Internaut Day” (from ‘internet’ and ‘astronaut’), marking the anniversary of that date in 1991 when Tim Berners-Lee opened the World Wide Web to all who wished to acce... Read more
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The Berkeley Daily Planet
Lo and Behold: Will the Internet Save Us or Destroy US?. CategoryNelson, the pioneer techie who came up with the word "hypertext," Internet prot
Lo and Behold: Will the Internet Save Us or Destroy US?. Category
The Berkeley Daily Planet / Posted 4 days ago
Nelson, the pioneer techie who came up with the word "hypertext," Internet protocol honcho Bob Kahn, World Wide Web creator Tim Berners Lee, and hacker-icon Kevin Mitnick (an author, activist, and a one-time fugitive who serve five years in a... Read more
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DMNews
The Evolution of Email Marketingin 1978. With hundreds of interested customers, Thuerk had to devise a way to c
The Evolution of Email Marketing
DMNews / Posted 8 days ago
in 1978. With hundreds of interested customers, Thuerk had to devise a way to communicate to all of them at the same time. The birth of spam In 1976, the same year Apple Computer was founded, DEC decided to extend the PDP-11 architecture to... Read more
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Canberra Times
Collider display at Powerhouse Museum puts you in Large Hadron Collider hotseatthe world's biggest science experiment, CERN's Large Hadron Collider. It's als
Collider display at Powerhouse Museum puts you in Large Hadron Collider hotseat
Canberra Times / Posted 16 days ago
the world's biggest science experiment, CERN's Large Hadron Collider. It's also where the world wide web was developed by Tim Berners-Lee. Now you can wander its corridors, experience near light-speed collisions and discover the mysterious Higgs... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Collider display at Powerhouse Museum puts you in Large Hadron Collider hotseatthe world's biggest science experiment, CERN's Large Hadron Collider. It's als
Collider display at Powerhouse Museum puts you in Large Hadron Collider hotseat
Brisbane Times / Posted 16 days ago
the world's biggest science experiment, CERN's Large Hadron Collider. It's also where the world wide web was developed by Tim Berners-Lee. Now you can wander its corridors, experience near light-speed collisions and discover the mysterious Higgs... Read more
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The Age
Collider display at Powerhouse Museum puts you in Large Hadron Collider hotseatthe world's biggest science experiment, CERN's Large Hadron Collider. It's als
Collider display at Powerhouse Museum puts you in Large Hadron Collider hotseat
The Age / Posted 16 days ago
the world's biggest science experiment, CERN's Large Hadron Collider. It's also where the world wide web was developed by Tim Berners-Lee. Now you can wander its corridors, experience near light-speed collisions and discover the mysterious Higgs... Read more
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WA Today
Collider display at Powerhouse Museum puts you in Large Hadron Collider hotseatthe world's biggest science experiment, CERN's Large Hadron Collider. It's als
Collider display at Powerhouse Museum puts you in Large Hadron Collider hotseat
WA Today / Posted 16 days ago
the world's biggest science experiment, CERN's Large Hadron Collider. It's also where the world wide web was developed by Tim Berners-Lee. Now you can wander its corridors, experience near light-speed collisions and discover the mysterious Higgs... Read more
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Calcutta News
Internet seems to be ageing well: 25 and exploding towards a better futuretoday. The world got its first glance at the then unconceivable idea of web in
Internet seems to be ageing well: 25 and exploding towards a better future
Calcutta News / Posted 17 days ago
today. The world got its first glance at the then unconceivable idea of web in August 1991, when British Scientist Sir Tim Berners-Lee released a web page from his workplace in Geneva; the CERN (European Organisation for Nuclear Research)... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Collider display at Powerhouse Museum puts you in Large Hadron Collider hotseatin order to find out how atoms and other fundamental particles work. It's also
Collider display at Powerhouse Museum puts you in Large Hadron Collider hotseat
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 17 days ago
in order to find out how atoms and other fundamental particles work. It's also where the world wide web was developed by Tim Berners-Lee. Now you can wander its corridors, experience near light-speed collisions and discover the mysterious Higgs... Read more
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MacDailyNews
The world’s first website went online 25 years ago today – MacDailyNewsago the world’s first website went live to the public,” Cara McGoogan reports f
The world’s first website went online 25 years ago today – MacDailyNews
MacDailyNews / Posted 17 days ago
ago the world’s first website went live to the public,” Cara McGoogan reports for The Telegraph. “The site, created by Sir Tim Berners-Lee, was a basic text page with hyperlinked words that connected to other pages.” “Berners-Lee used the public... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Collider display at Powerhouse Museum puts you in Large Hadron Collider hotseatin order to find out how atoms and other fundamental particles work. It's also
Collider display at Powerhouse Museum puts you in Large Hadron Collider hotseat
Kiama Independent / Posted 17 days ago
in order to find out how atoms and other fundamental particles work. It's also where the world wide web was developed by Tim Berners-Lee. Now you can wander its corridors, experience near light-speed collisions and discover the mysterious Higgs... Read more
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walesonline
The internet is 25 and might never have happened without a man from Treorchyat the United Kingdom’s National Physical Laboratory, Donald’s invention of pac
The internet is 25 and might never have happened without a man from Treorchy
walesonline / Posted 17 days ago
at the United Kingdom’s National Physical Laboratory, Donald’s invention of packet switching made the internet, and ultimately the world wide web, possible. Read More “In any dispassionate analysis of the development of today’s pervasive... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Collider display at Powerhouse Museum puts you in Large Hadron Collider hotseattunnels of CERN's Large Hadron Collider. Photo: London Science Museum It's als
Collider display at Powerhouse Museum puts you in Large Hadron Collider hotseat
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 17 days ago
tunnels of CERN's Large Hadron Collider. Photo: London Science Museum It's also where the world wide web was developed by Tim Berners-Lee. Now you can wander its corridors, experience near light-speed collisions and discover the mysterious Higgs... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
The internet was born 25 years ago today after its first public server was switched onthe world - and today, the internet marks 25 years as a publicly available serv
The internet was born 25 years ago today after its first public server was switched on
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 17 days ago
the world - and today, the internet marks 25 years as a publicly available service. It was British computer scientist Sir Tim Berners-Lee who gave birth to the idea while working at a Swiss physics laboratory in 1989. The first server was launched... Read more
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Times of Malta
Internet celebrates 25th anniversarythe world - and today, the internet marks 25 years as a publicly available serv
Internet celebrates 25th anniversary
Times of Malta / Posted 17 days ago
the world - and today, the internet marks 25 years as a publicly available service. It was British computer scientist Sir Tim Berners-Lee who gave birth to the idea while working at a Swiss physics laboratory in 1989. The first server was... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Internet celebrates 25th anniversaryIt's 25 years since the internet became a publicly available service. British
Internet celebrates 25th anniversary
Sky News Australia / Posted 17 days ago
It's 25 years since the internet became a publicly available service. British computer scientist Sir Tim Berners-Lee gave birth to the idea while working at a Swiss physics laboratory in 1989. The first server was launched publicly, two years... Read more
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KECI Missoula
August 6Montreal Expos pitcher Dan Smith. He had a total of four hits in the game, and
August 6
KECI Missoula / Posted 18 days ago
Montreal Expos pitcher Dan Smith. He had a total of four hits in the game, and would end up with 3,141 career hits by the time he retired in 2001. 1998: Former White House intern Monica Lewinsky testifies before independent counsel Kenneth... Read more
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KRCR TV Redding
August 6Montreal Expos pitcher Dan Smith. He had a total of four hits in the game, and
August 6
KRCR TV Redding / Posted 18 days ago
Montreal Expos pitcher Dan Smith. He had a total of four hits in the game, and would end up with 3,141 career hits by the time he retired in 2001. 1998: Former White House intern Monica Lewinsky testifies before independent counsel Kenneth... Read more
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chad
It happened on August 6– ABBA scored their first US top 10 hit when Waterloo went to number six; 1978
It happened on August 6
chad / Posted 18 days ago
– ABBA scored their first US top 10 hit when Waterloo went to number six; 1978 – Pope Paul VI died, aged 80; 1991 – Tim Berners-Lee releases files describing his idea for the World Wide Web. WWW debuts as a publicly available service on the... Read more
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SKY News
World Wide Web Celebrates 25th Anniversarywhat the World Wide Web has become in just 25 years. British computer scientis
World Wide Web Celebrates 25th Anniversary
SKY News / Posted 18 days ago
what the World Wide Web has become in just 25 years. British computer scientist and inventor of the World Wide Web, Tim Berners-Lee It was made publicly available on the 6th August 1991 and was the vision of British physicist Tim... Read more
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Perth Now
Internet celebrates 25th anniversaryIt's 25 years since the internet became a publicly available service. British
Internet celebrates 25th anniversary
Perth Now / Posted 18 days ago
It's 25 years since the internet became a publicly available service. British computer scientist Sir Tim Berners-Lee gave birth to the idea while working at a Swiss physics laboratory in 1989. The first server was launched publicly, two years... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Internet celebrates 25th anniversaryIt's 25 years since the internet became a publicly available service. British
Internet celebrates 25th anniversary
Adelaide Now / Posted 18 days ago
It's 25 years since the internet became a publicly available service. British computer scientist Sir Tim Berners-Lee gave birth to the idea while working at a Swiss physics laboratory in 1989. The first server was launched publicly, two years... Read more
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Herald Sun
Internet celebrates 25th anniversaryIt's 25 years since the internet became a publicly available service. British
Internet celebrates 25th anniversary
Herald Sun / Posted 18 days ago
It's 25 years since the internet became a publicly available service. British computer scientist Sir Tim Berners-Lee gave birth to the idea while working at a Swiss physics laboratory in 1989. The first server was launched publicly, two years... Read more
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Weekly Times
Internet celebrates 25th anniversaryIt's 25 years since the internet became a publicly available service. British
Internet celebrates 25th anniversary
Weekly Times / Posted 18 days ago
It's 25 years since the internet became a publicly available service. British computer scientist Sir Tim Berners-Lee gave birth to the idea while working at a Swiss physics laboratory in 1989. The first server was launched publicly, two years... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Internet celebrates 25th anniversaryIt's 25 years since the internet became a publicly available service. British
Internet celebrates 25th anniversary
The Courier Mail / Posted 18 days ago
It's 25 years since the internet became a publicly available service. British computer scientist Sir Tim Berners-Lee gave birth to the idea while working at a Swiss physics laboratory in 1989. The first server was launched publicly, two years... Read more
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News.com.au
Internet celebrates 25th anniversaryIt's 25 years since the internet became a publicly available service. British
Internet celebrates 25th anniversary
News.com.au / Posted 18 days ago
It's 25 years since the internet became a publicly available service. British computer scientist Sir Tim Berners-Lee gave birth to the idea while working at a Swiss physics laboratory in 1989. The first server was launched publicly, two years... Read more
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Bolton News
Internet celebrates 25th anniversarythe world - and today, the internet marks 25 years as a publicly available serv
Internet celebrates 25th anniversary
Bolton News / Posted 18 days ago
the world - and today, the internet marks 25 years as a publicly available service. It was British computer scientist Sir Tim Berners-Lee who gave birth to the idea while working at a Swiss physics laboratory in 1989. The first server was... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Internet celebrates 25th anniversarythe world - and today, the internet marks 25 years as a publicly available serv
Internet celebrates 25th anniversary
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 18 days ago
the world - and today, the internet marks 25 years as a publicly available service. It was British computer scientist Sir Tim Berners-Lee who gave birth to the idea while working at a Swiss physics laboratory in 1989. The first server was... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Internet celebrates 25th anniversarythe world - and today, the internet marks 25 years as a publicly available serv
Internet celebrates 25th anniversary
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 18 days ago
the world - and today, the internet marks 25 years as a publicly available service. It was British computer scientist Sir Tim Berners-Lee who gave birth to the idea while working at a Swiss physics laboratory in 1989. The first server was... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Internet celebrates 25th anniversarythe world - and today, the internet marks 25 years as a publicly available serv
Internet celebrates 25th anniversary
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 18 days ago
the world - and today, the internet marks 25 years as a publicly available service. It was British computer scientist Sir Tim Berners-Lee who gave birth to the idea while working at a Swiss physics laboratory in 1989. The first server was... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Internet celebrates 25th anniversarythe world - and today, the internet marks 25 years as a publicly available serv
Internet celebrates 25th anniversary
Croydon Guardian / Posted 18 days ago
the world - and today, the internet marks 25 years as a publicly available service. It was British computer scientist Sir Tim Berners-Lee who gave birth to the idea while working at a Swiss physics laboratory in 1989. The first server was... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Internet celebrates 25th anniversarythe world - and today, the internet marks 25 years as a publicly available serv
Internet celebrates 25th anniversary
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 18 days ago
the world - and today, the internet marks 25 years as a publicly available service. It was British computer scientist Sir Tim Berners-Lee who gave birth to the idea while working at a Swiss physics laboratory in 1989. The first server was... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Internet celebrates 25th anniversarythe world - and today, the internet marks 25 years as a publicly available serv
Internet celebrates 25th anniversary
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 18 days ago
the world - and today, the internet marks 25 years as a publicly available service. It was British computer scientist Sir Tim Berners-Lee who gave birth to the idea while working at a Swiss physics laboratory in 1989. The first server was... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Internet celebrates 25th anniversarythe world - and today, the internet marks 25 years as a publicly available serv
Internet celebrates 25th anniversary
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 18 days ago
the world - and today, the internet marks 25 years as a publicly available service. It was British computer scientist Sir Tim Berners-Lee who gave birth to the idea while working at a Swiss physics laboratory in 1989. The first server was... Read more
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