30th anniversary of World Wide Web-12th march 1989


World wide web turned 30 this 12th march 2019

The World Wide Web was born on this day in 1989. It was on March 12, 1989, that Tim Berners-Lee, working for Europe’s physics lab CERN, proposed a decentralised system of information management. That marked the birth of the World Wide Web – today abbreviated as simply ‘the web’– that billions around the world use to access the Internet. On 12th March, as people around the world celebrate the 30th anniversary of the World Wide Web, they also remember it in its early years.

From Netscape to Ask Jeeves to Limewire, there was a lot on the web from the ’90s and early 2000s that we have forgotten. So take a trip down the memory lane with these tweets, as netizens reminisce about the early days of the World Wide Web:

Happy birthday to the World Wide Web! Remember the first time I ‘Asked Jeeves’. Mind blown.

— Ellen O’Hara (@EllenMaryO) March 5, 2019

Today the World Wide Web is 30! ???? I used it first to do some family history research I remember. #Web30

— Trudie Davidson (@Trudie_Davidson) March 12, 2019

Today, 30 years ago, Tim Berners-Lee introduced us to this crazy noise. Once you ground your teeth for 5 to 10 minutes of frustration (or went off to make coffee), you could Ask Jeeves to help you ???? Happy birthday to the World Wide Web ???? #WWW30https://t.co/jQqHFftVi3

— Tanya Schrader (@Tanya_Schrader) March 12, 2019

happy birthday to #WorldWideWeb#InternetTurns30#Internet . still remember the days of the 512k dialup modern. that waiting and that sound. how far we have come

— Karthic Sinnadurai (@karthic180) March 12, 2019

The world is celebrating #WorldWideWeb Turing 30yrs today….. I still remember the painful #dialup connection to open an email, or playing chess in slow broadband. And now we see live streaming in 4G’s and Wi-Fi ……..

— G.S.Sabareesh (@gss380) March 12, 2019

Its a real good day to celebrate because on this day When Sir Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web in 1989, he changed the world forever. To mark this milestone, Sir Tim  embarked on a 30-hour journey, starting at CERN in Switzerland where he worked when he invented the web and ended in Lagos, Nigeria.

tim    www3


Now thanks to this great man

we have knowledge at the tips of our hands

we just google for information

and we get it in completion

God bless Sir Tim Berners-Lee

because of him we have on the internet a lot to see



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