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30 Years of the World Wide Web
More than 30 years ago in 1980, Tim Berners-Lee envisioned a revolutionary way to easily share data, files, and ideas via the Internet that not only scientists but common people could use to connect with the world. People did not seem interested in his proposal, but his boss encouraged it. He continued. Designing the infrastructure on his PC, he created HTTP and TCP/IP, and finally the one and only World Wide Web, where common users with Internet access can open a browser and access a myriad of web sites with a few clicks of a button. Berners-Lee's invention changed the future and the world as we know it today. The earliest known web page is a manual for the World Wide Web and can still be found today at http://info.cern.ch/hypertext/WWW/TheProject.html. Some more info can be found here.