Today is the traditional birthday of what was dubbed – and the name stuck – the world wide web. On April 30th, back in 1993, Timothy Berners-Lee released the source code of his idea to link together a global information sharing system, linked to various computers around the world. Dr. Berners-Lee was a researcher at CERN (Conseil européen pour la recherche nucléaire), the Swiss-based centre for nuclear research, and the web certainly went nuclear.

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