World Wide Web 25 years after the invention is greater than ever
More than a quarter of a century after the invention of the World Wide Web, the number of web pages the hurdle of a billion. As the statistics page announced internetlivestats.com, were 1.06 billion online websites on the night of Wednesday. The current as a father of the Internet British physicist Tim Berners-Lee announced the achievement of this milestone on the short messaging site Twitter.
Berners-Lee had his idea for the World Wide Web, which should simplify the exchange of data among researchers, on 12 March 1989 his boss at the Swiss CERN research center presented. This day is generally regarded as the birth of the Internet. With his idea of the now 59-year-old laid the foundation for today’s Internet, which has revolutionized the communication of billions of people.
The Internet has made life today little more imagine: According to internetlivestats.com 3.1 billion search queries were alone on Tuesday to Google; more than 170 billion e-mails were sent. Currently there is therefore 2.97 billion Internet users, the limit of three billion could be exceeded soon.
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