Weaving the Web: The Past, Present and Future of the World Wide Web by Its Inventor

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Orion Business, 1999 - World Wide Web - 244 pages
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English computer scientist Tim Berners-Lee quietly laid the foundations for the World Wide Web (and consequently Hypertext) in 1980, created a prototype in 1990 and unleashed it to the public in 1991. Now overseeing his creation's growth, he tells the story of its growth and future development.

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Berners-Lee writes a very fun and informative treatise on his experiences towards creating the Web as we utilize it today. The first nine chapters detail his background and history, up to his move to ... Read full review

WEAVING THE WEB: The Original Design and Ultimate Destiny of the World Wide Web

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The inventor of the World Wide Web tells how he did it, and what it means. Berners-Lee traces the Web to a "play" program he invented in 1980, while a consultant at the CERN laboratories in ... Read full review

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