Inside Tim Berners-Lee's first website on its 25th birthday

Charlee Gothard
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The 'World Wide Web' information page is still alive and kicking

The first ever website in the world - coded by Sir Tim Berners-Lee while working at CERN - is 25 years old today. Berners-Lee, by his own admission, "just" had to take the concept of hypertext l...

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