WorldWideWeb: 18 years in the public domain

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    Eighteen years ago today, CERN released the source code of WorldWideWeb, the first Web browser and editor, into the public domain.

    CERN’s intention in this is to further compatibility, common practices and standards in networking and computer supported collaboration.

    WorldWideWeb (via Imaginary Foundation)


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    WorldWideWeb: 18 years in the public domain

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