- On Tuesday, Google Doodle celebrated the 30th anniversary of the World Wide Web – the day Sir Tim Berners-Lee came up with the concept of the internet as it is known today.
- This was how Sir Tim Berners-Lee’s boss responded to his proposal titled ‘Information Management: A Proposal,’ submitted on this day in 1989, when the inventor of the World Wide Web was a 33-year-old software engineer.
- Initially, Berners-Lee envisioned ‘a large hypertext database with typed links,’ named ‘Mesh,’ to help his colleagues at CERN [a large nuclear physics laboratory in Switzerland] share information amongst multiple computers,” a Google blog post on the significance of the doodle read.
- In March 1989, with the help of Robert Cailliau, Berners-Lee designed and built the first web browser.
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