From CNN, March 7, 2019: Fermilab scientist Don Lincoln tells the history of the start of the World Wide Web, which has its 30th anniversary this month. It started an unpublished manuscript by Tim Berners-Lee titled “Information Management: A Proposal,” was submitted to the publication office of CERN.
From ZDNet, Feb. 20, 2019: A team at Switzerland-based research center CERN has rebuilt World Wide Web, the world’s first browser created in 1990 for its researchers.
Want to learn about the most mysterious particles in the universe? Visit a new website dedicated to All Things Neutrino.
The proprietor of one of the nation’s first sites on the World Wide Web today (March 1) unveiled a new, redesigned version of its website.