ELSEWHERE: The World Wide Web is now 20!

Guess what?  The World Wide Web is now 20 years old!  Originally invented by CERN (also the makers of the Large Hadron Collider), the world wide web has changed everything we know about communication, community and humanity. Rich Galen (Writer for Real Clear Politics) gives us the quick story about CERN and it’s original work on the world wide web. (Update: originally said “internet” when we really meant the “World Wide Web”)

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About Christopher Hutton

Chris Hutton is a college student and Freelance Writer from Bloomington Minnesota. Since he was young, he loved books and ideas. Science was one of his favorite topics, as well as technology. It's one of the issues that has mattered to him consistently. Hence, Chris tries to bring a critical/helpful take to the modern understanding of technology. You can find Chris' home online at liter8.net, or you can tweet him via @liter8media.