Exactly 20 Years Ago, The World Logged Online For The First Time

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Yesterday marked the 20th anniversary of the the world wide web. On August 6, 1991, Tim Berners-Lee posted the first website, and the world wide web became publicly available.

The first website described the world wide web project and explained what people could find online.

Here’s what the first-ever website looked like.

In light of its 20th birthday, we researched the history of the Internet.

Check out how the Internet came to be and how it works >>

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