WWW WAS LAUNCHED ON THIS DAY IN 1990

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Sir Timothy John Berners-Lee.

On April 30, 1993, four years after publishing a proposal for “an
idea of linked information systems,” British computer scientist
Tim Berners-Lee (above) released the source code for the world’s
first web browser and editor. Originally called Mesh, the browser
that he dubbed WorldWideWeb became the first royalty-free, easy
-to-use means of browsing the emerging information network that developed into the internet as we know it today.

The World Wide Web’s inventor sold it’s original code for $5.4
Million. He will be 66years old June 8th.

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