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Aug 7 2012   12:06PM GMT

This week in tech history: World Wide Web

Michael Tidmarsh Michael Tidmarsh Profile: Michael Tidmarsh

World Wide Web image from Shutterstock

On August 7th, 1991, the Internet world was changed as the World Wide Web became publicly available.

The web was intended for sharing information between researchers but it has become far more powerful and sophisticated than anyone could have ever dreamed.

The ITKE team will award 100 Knowledge Points to anyone who can tell us the ‘inventor’ of the World Wide Web.

(Source: Wired.com)

 

Each Tuesday, the ITKE team will take you back in time, as we take a look at the events that have changed technology history. Have a tip for us? Email mtidmarsh@techtarget.com or find us on Twitter (@ITKE).

Disclaimer: All posts presented in the “This week in tech history” series are subjectively selected by ITKnowledgeExchange.com community managers and staff for entertainment purposes only. They are not sponsored or influenced by outside sources.

 

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