25 years ago today, Tim Berners-Lee of CERN came up with the idea that turned into the World Wide Web, which accelerated the use of the Internet across the globe.
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A copy of the first website ever created has been preserved by CERN, the organization where the first web page was launched on a server way back in 1991. The preserved page comes from 1992.
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The web has celebrated its twentieth anniversary since its inception. Neowin celebrates this monumental event in the history of the Internet as a whole.
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