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#225 Birthplace of the World Wide Web

April 09, 2014

The World Wide Web is a system of linked documents (web pages) that are viewable through a browser (such as Internet Explorer or Firefox).  Though now pervasive across computers and mobile devices, it was originally designed and implemented in the early 1990’s by Tim Berners-Lee at CERN.


Here is a short video that goes inside CERN and allows you to see the birthplace of the World Wide Web!


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