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World Wide Web が 25歳になった:世界への浸透率を1枚のチャートで確認する!

The Not So World Wide Web

Felix Richter – Aug 23, 2016




25 years ago, on August 23, 1991, a British computer scientist made the World Wide Web available to the public. 201 more words



Imagine, if you could talk to a computer and know the exact answer to a question. What if the system could diagnose a disease you were to have based on your lifestyle and advice you in advance with steps you need to take. 589 more words

23rd August : Internaut Day

The first web page was created by Tim-Berners Lee,  a British scientist at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, located on the French-Swiss border near Geneva. 133 more words

Research questions

Research – answering questions. To start research, need at least one question.

Large project may have more than one question.

Too many questions – unable to answer them all, research will lack focus. 86 more words

01 - What Is "Research"?

The World Wide Web turns 25: How it changed everything

On Aug. 23, 1991, the way humanity communicated with one another was forever changed with the creation of the World Wide Web.

The man responsible was Tim Berners-Lee, a British computer scientist who was working in Switzerland’s CERN (there was no particle accelerator then). 1,050 more words


Happy 25th birthday to the World Wide Web - "Internaut Day"

The term “Internaut” refers to one who explores cyber-space and now encompasses all 3.17 billion of us! On 23rd August in 1991, the internet was made open to the public. 152 more words


Happy Internaut Day, correct or not!

Today, August 23, is the 25th anniversary of the official launch of the World Wide Web, which went public  to the public on Aug. 23, 1991, 794 more words

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