World Wide Web (WWW) Celebrates 20th Anniversary Year

www Celebrates 20th Anniversary Year

www Celebrates 20th Anniversary Year

LONDON – There is a special time for Internet users around theworld on August 6, 2011 ago. The reason is precisely that day, the World Wide Web (WWW) is celebrating its 20th anniversary year.

Yes, the WWW is always used by the netter before entering the site address on the internet. WWW ‘born’ on August 6, 1991, which was invented by Sir Tim Berners-Lee. British man launches webpagepage for the first time 20 years ago.

Long before he was introduced to the general consumer, the WWWwas started as a simple page that displays a link allows a group of scientists to share data within the confines of their laboratories.However, by Tim Berners-Lee introduced it to the public, and since then has become an indispensable part of life of billions of people.

Quoted by the Daily Mail, Monday (08/08/2011), London-bornphysicist who is also a computer scientist working at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) in Geneva when he tried to find a better way for colleagues to connect the data.

He first proposed the WWW in 1989 and post the data from thenewsgroups alt.hypertext project, the project was then known by the name, “WWW project aims to allow all links to be made to anyinformation anywhere”

While the website is firstintroduced-http://info.cern.ch/hypertext/WWW/TheProject.html -running on nxoc01.cern.ch.

Limited not only want to use for users among scientists, TimBerner-Lee was spread throughout the world for the general public.”We are very interested in spreading the web to other areas andhaving gateway servers for other data,” he said.

And collaborate they did in 1992, there were 50 web servers around the world. And the journey there for 20 years 19.68 billion morepages that are created or more than three times the population of the world

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~ by ickerz on 10 August 2011.

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