Wednesday, September 07, 2005

Web inventor: Online life will produce more creative children : "(CNN) -- Since he invented it more than 15 years ago, Tim Berners-Lee has watched the Web change the way the world communicates, works and learns.
He laid the groundwork for the World Wide Web in 1980 when he wrote a program called 'Enquire' to help him organize his computer files with links. He later built on the idea and created a network of linked information that would be available to everyone across the Internet.
Today, Berners-Lee directs the World Wide Web Consortium at MIT, an organization dedicated to standardizing Web guidelines and components."

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