TechSpot: World Wide Web Turns 25 - A Timeline

The web is turning 25 years old today March 12, 2014. We’ve come a long way since Tim-Berners Lee wrote his paper proposing an information management system to facilitate information-sharing between physicists in universities and institutes around the world. Nowadays it’s hard to imagine what life would be like without the web; it’s permeated virtually every aspect of our lives and shaped the way do things.

Twenty five years has brought along a lot of changes to the World Wide Web where we’ve witnessed how it evolved from static to brimming with activity and creativity. As we commemorate another anniversary let’s look back at some of the events and milestones that helped transform the web into what it is today.

Read: World Wide Web Turns 25 - A Timeline.

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Hello,

Wow, the Neowin article is good but the TechSpot's is horrible. They skip way too many things and start talking about Skype which AFAIK has almost nothing (except downloading the client) to do with world wide web.

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