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The World Wide Web turns 30: our favorite memories from A to Z

The Verge - Tue 12 Mar 19

On this day 30 years ago, Tim Berners-Lee submitted a proposal with the dreary title “Information Management” to his superior at the European physics laboratory CERN. It ...

Google Doodle celebrates World Wide Web's 30th birthday - CNET

CNET - Mon 11 Mar 19

The web giant -- one of the tech industry's biggest companies -- pays homage to the invention that made it possible.

Physics World 30th anniversary podcast series – 30 years of the World Wide Web

Physicsworld Blog - Tue 12 Mar 19

Fifth episode in mini-series revisits the birth of the Web and the challenges it now faces The post <i>Physics World</i> 30th anniversary podcast series – 30 years of the World ...

Challenges of interdisciplinary physics and the Web at 30

Physicsworld Blog - Tue 12 Mar 19

Physics World journalists discuss the week’s highlights The post Challenges of interdisciplinary physics and the Web at 30 appeared first on Physics World.

Vague but exciting: how the Web transformed business

Physicsworld Blog - Tue 12 Mar 19

James McKenzie explains how Tim Berners-Lee's invention of the World Wide Web at CERN has revolutionized how we trade. The post Vague but exciting: how the Web transformed business appeared ...

Happy 30th birthday to the World Wide Web

Physicsworld Blog - Tue 12 Mar 19

Join Physics World in celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Web with our online collection and a special issue of your favourite magazine The post Happy 30th birthday to the World Wide Web ...

At 30, World Wide Web ‘not the web we wanted,’ inventor says

The Hindu - Tue 12 Mar 19

At its ripe old age of 30 and with half the globe using it, the World Wide Web is facing growing pains with issues like hate speech, privacy concerns

Google Doodle celebrates 30 years of World Wide Web

The Hindu - Tue 12 Mar 19

English scientist Tim Berners-Lee invented the WWW in 1989 and wrote the first web browser in 1990.