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Top 10 post-WWII inventors

05 May 2015  | Rob Spiegel

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Timothy Berners-Lee

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The World Wide Web was developed in 1989 by English computer scientist Timothy Berners-Lee to enable information to be shared among internationally dispersed teams of researchers at the European Laboratory for Particle Physics near Geneva, Switzerland. It subsequently became a platform for related software development, and the numbers of linked computers and users grew rapidly to support a variety of endeavours, including a large business marketplace.


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