The World Wide Web: Crash Course Computer Science #30
Tim Berners-Lee - World Wide Web @ 25
Internet before search engines- from the 1990's point of view
An animated history of the world wide web | Mashable
The World Wide Web was invented by an English scientist Tim Berners-Lee. He used a NeXT Computer as the world's 1st web server and to write the World Wide Web. It is an information space, where documents and other web sources are identified by URLs and interlinked by hypertext links.
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