Stanford Brings Back World Wide Web’s BeginningsIn 1991, scientists at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, or SLAC, wanted an easy way to share their research. So physicist Tony Johnson and his colleague Paul Kunz went to France to learn about a revolutionary idea called the Internet.
Larry Magid: World Wide Web Turns 25 It’s been 25 years since Tim Berners-Lee published a paper that outlined what was to become the World Wide Web, not to be confused with the Internet which predates it by a few decades.
Google Announces 'Instant Previews'People searching on Google will soon be able to see previews of websites before clicking on them.
Verizon, Google Outline Vision on Internet Traffic

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