Father of the global network creates 2.0. It will be as it should be from the beginning
Tim Berners-Lee created the World Wide Web technology on March 12, 1989, but it was only a few years later that CERN made possible the Internet as we know it today: the open web. At that time, the World Wide Web (WWW) technology was made available for free and without a license, along with the first browser and source code. Most young users of the global web will probably be shocked by its simplicity, but that was the beginning. Of course, competing technologies such as WAIS or Gopher already existed at that time, but it was this simplicity and openness of the World Wide Web that allowed the Web to develop so rapidly, which made the Internet change beyond recognition, and today most of us cannot imagine without it. everyday life.