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

Image of a technician working on connecting two open computers
Cédric Gaudin from the Association aBCM in Lausanne working on Tim Berners-Lee's NeXT computer - the world's first web server, see here on the right - at CERN in 2009 (Image: Association aBCM)

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 under the watchful eye of web pioneer Robert Cailliau. They took an image of the hard drive at this time, copies of which were given to Robert Cailliau and Tim Berners-Lee. For more information about this image visit the CERN Document Server.