How the world wide web was invented
How Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the world wide web, linked ‘hypertext’ which already existed, to the infrastructure and protocols of the internet. Documents were given a unique address (or URL) and the first web-pages were created in an international language (html). Narrated by Dr Aleks Krotoski.
Available since: Thu 1 Apr 2010
- Dr Aleks Krotoski
- Inventor of the Web
- Sir Tim Berners-Lee
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