Happy 28th Birthday, Internet!

Born this day, 1991.

“In March 1989, Berners-Lee gave managers at CERN a proposal for an information management system that used hypertext to link documents on different computers that were connected to the Internet. (Hypertext, a term coined in 1963, allows a person to get a document or piece of content by clicking on a coded word or phrase.) Labelled “vague but exciting” by his boss, the proposal at first wasn’t accepted.”

(apologies in advance for the truly breathtakingly poor quality of the writing)

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