– Tim Berner-Lee at CERN in 1994. An early version of World Wide Web software is running on the screen behind him
– Robert Cailliau, Tim Berners-Lee's first collaborator on the world wide web project
– The document that CERN published 30 April 1993 making world wide web software freely available
– 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 to delegates at the Hypertext 1991 conference in San Antonio, Texas
– Programmers work together during a 'hack' event to create a line-mode browser simulator
– A screenshot of the line-mode browser simulation
– A screenshot of the first web page.
– The first web browser, developed by Tim Berners-Lee on a NeXT machine was itself called 'WWW'
– Detail of a 1991 schema showing leased networking lines connected to CERN