Google Doodle Celebrates The 30th Anniversary Of The World Wide Web
On 12th March 1989, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, a 33-year-old software engineer working for Europe’s physics lab CERN, proposed a system of ‘Information Management’. And that is how the World Wide Web (WWW) got invented.
The World Wide Web (WWW) is a system that is used for interconnecting hypertext documents through the internet. Through the web browser, you can see these web pages that contain text, video, photo, and other multimedia.
He initially developed a working model by writing the HTML language, the HTTP application, and WorldWideWeb.app- the first Web browser and page editor. And then the rest is history.
By 1991, the external web servers were running and today there are 2 billion websites running online. The Web revolutionized the entire world in a way that today we can’t imagine life without the Web.
Google has recently built a special doodle on the World Wide Web to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the World Wide Web. This doodle illustrates the technology milestone with block graphics. While a globe in the center on a desktop monitor showcases shower download speed era.
In a recent letter published on 11th March 2019, Sir Tim Berners-Lee talked about the opportunities that the web has created and how it has made our life easier and convenient. He also warned about the opportunities for scammers, who spread hatred and makes crimes easier to commit.
But all we can say is that when there is good, there is an evil too. All we can do is control it from spreading.
So that was a bit about it and now we wish a very happy 30th anniversary to the World Wide Web!