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December 20th 1990 was the  twentieth anniversary of Sir Tim Berners-Lee’s submission to CERN titled “Information Management: A proposal.” Over a year in a half later, he created  HTTP, HTML, WorldWideWeb (the first web browser), CERN httpd (the first server software), and the first web server (, paving the way for an unprecedented era of human communication and interconnectivity.

In March 1989, CERN scientist Tim Berners-Lee wrote a proposal to develop a distributed information system for the laboratory. was the comment that“Vague, but exciting” , Mike Sendall his supervisor, wrote on the cover,“Vague, but exciting”, and with those words, gave the green light to an information revolution.

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The birth of the World Wide Web
Computing at CERN

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