Happy 20th birthday to the World Wide Web

Twenty years ago today, on March 13, 1989, sparked the revolution of one of the greatest inventions of a life time, that being the World Wide Web. The purposed idea was to help connect people together using the World Wide Web using the once popular ViolaWWW web browser, which was eventually replaced by Mosaic web browser back in 1993.

Tim Berners-Lee was the man behind "Information Management: A Proposal" leading the way for what we now consider the Internet. In a quote from Tim Berners-Lee said:

"We should work toward a universal linked information system, in which generality and portability are more important than fancy graphics techniques and complex extra facilities. The aim would be to allow a place to be found for any information or reference which one felt was important, and a way of finding it afterwards. The result should be sufficiently attractive to use that it the information contained would grow past a critical threshold, so that the usefulness the scheme would in turn encourage its increased use."

Only 20 years ago since the dawn of the World Wide Web, it has revolutionized the way the world operates, connecting millions of users to one another. The Internet has changed the way countries, businesses and people have connected.

Happy 20th birthday to the World Wide Web!

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