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200px-Tim_Berners-Lee_CP.jpgToday it’s the 20th anniversary of the original proposal for the World Wide Web, in March 1989, Tim Berners-Lee, at the time, a computer scientist working for CERN, wrote “Information Management: A Proposal,” which set the basis for what we now know as most of the Internet, something that inevitably changed our lives and the world we live in, in ways we can even grasp at this point.

CERN is hosting an event in cooperation with LIFT to celebrate the date, you can assist online if you’d like, just poing your browsers to the webcast at 14:00 CET.

(Tim Berners-Lee photo by Silvio Tanaka | Image WWW@20 by Laurent Haug / LIFT)