To make everyone see his work, this physicist Sir Tim Berners-Lee spun the Web
Sir Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web, in 1998 said: “the Web is an abstract (imaginary) space of information”Today’s (12th March) Indian Express Daily Brought out a wonderful and informative story:
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The word web has many connotations and interpretations. For some, the web is a medium of free expression and for others, it is something that merits censorship. But Sir Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web, in 1998 said: “the Web is an abstract (imaginary) space of information”.
If Sir Tim had lacked the imagination to conjure something as impressive as the World Wide Web, we would still be struggling to make space for those thick volumes of Encyclopedia Britannica hardbacks on our bookshelves. The web wasn’t conceived by a dreamer doodling with ink and paper. It was created by a physicist who wanted his work to be open for others to view. He simply provided a platform for others to build, collaborate and innovate.
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