Images taggées "birth of the web"

Tim Berners-Lee at CERN

13 déc 2016 – Tim Berner-Lee at CERN in 1994. An early version of World Wide Web software is running on the screen behind him

Robert Cailliau, web pioneer

Photo of Robert Cailliau and the world's first web server

5 fév. 2014 – Robert Cailliau, Tim Berners-Lee's first collaborator on the world wide web project

CERN makes the web available to all

A cropped version of the scanned document that made the web available to all

5 fév. 2014 – The document that CERN published 30 April 1993 making world wide web software freely available

Tim Berners-Lee's NeXT computer gets a health check

Image of a technician working on connecting two open computers

21 jan. 2014 – In August 2009 a team from the Association aBCM in Lausanne came to CERN to give the world's first web server a health check

Tim Berners-Lee demonstrates the World Wide Web

7 jan. 2014 – Tim Berners-Lee demonstrates the World Wide Web to delegates at the Hypertext 1991 conference in San Antonio, Texas

Bringing the line-mode browser back to life

13 déc 2013 – Programmers work together during a 'hack' event to create a line-mode browser simulator

Line-mode browser simulation

Line-mode browser simulation

13 déc 2013 – A screenshot of the line-mode browser simulation

First web page

First web page screenshot

13 déc 2013 – A screenshot of the first web page.

Screenshot of the first web browser

A screenshot in black and white showing the world's first web browser

13 déc 2013 – The first web browser, developed by Tim Berners-Lee on a NeXT machine was itself called 'WWW'

How the internet came to CERN

27 Jun 2013 – Detail of a 1991 schema showing leased networking lines connected to CERN

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