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Tim Berners-Lee and the World Wide Web

Tim Berners-Lee and the World Wide Web

Tim Berners-Lee should know what he is talking about, when he says ‘Celebrity damages private life‘. The person who is considered to be the inventor of the World Wide Web was on June 8, 1955. “I just had to take the hypertext idea and connect it to the TCP and DNS ideas and — ta-da!— the World Wide Web.” Tim Berners-Lee, Answers for Young People Everything started with the Ferranti Mark 1, the…
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How Mosaic has Changed the World

How Mosaic has Changed the World

On April 22, 1993, version 1.0 of NCSA Mosaic, or simply Mosaic, was released, the web browser credited with popularizing the World Wide Web. It was the first Web browser as we know today with a graphical user interface enabling an interactive easy to use browsing experience. In the early days of the World Wide Web, there was a text-based browser called Lynx. I’m quite sure that only a few of you…
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CERN and its Brilliant Minds

CERN and its Brilliant Minds

The CMS Detector at the LHCImage:  Muriel On June 10, 1955, the laying of the foundation stone of the European Organization for Nuclear Research Laboratory (CERN) was performed by Felix Bloch, the organization’s first President. Since 1955, numerous essential experiments were executed, leading to significant contributions in the world of physics and to our daily lives. The name CERN is originally derived from the French acronym ‘Conceil Europeén pour la Recherche Nucléaire’.…
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The Publication of the First Web Page

The Publication of the First Web Page

The very first web pages (1990) in the very first browser On November 13, 1990, one day after Tim Berners-Lee’s and Robert Cailliau’s publication of the concept of a world wide hypertext system [2], the first web page was published. Today, living without the World Wide Web, or simply the Web, has become almost impossible. Our daily live depends on news spread over the web and ecommerce hase become a convenient commodity.…
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The World Wide Web is Coming of Age

The World Wide Web is Coming of Age

A panel discussion at the first WWW conference. Kevin Altis,Dave Raggett, Rick Rodgers, ©W3C. 18 years ago today, the very first World Wide Web Conference started with a Welcome Receiption at the restaurant of CERN at Geneva, the European laboratory for particle physics, where the Web also started a few years earlier. The Web (or W3 as they also called it those days) was still some kind of project, but everyone of…
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