The World Wide Web refers to all the websites, documents and all other resources connected to the Internet and utilizing the hypertext transfer protocol (HTTP). This network also includes the computers and other devices accessing the Web's contents.
The World Wide Web was invented in 1989 by Tim Berners-Lee. Its creation came approximately 20 years after the Internet was developed. The World Wide Web initially served as a way for scientists around the world to more easily share data from experiments.
The World Wide Web, which gives computer users access to an enormous amount of documents, graphics and other materials, was created by Tim Berners-Lee in 1989. At the time, Berners-Lee was a employee of CERN, a scientific research organization based in Switzerland.
The World Wide Web, or Internet, was created to provide an information highway to any person that is looking for specific pieces of information. It was created to help bring many people together and to provide information as well as entertainment to the people who choose to use it.
There are several disadvantages of the World Wide Web. These include infringement on personal or private information, theft of data, virus threats leading to malfunctioning or loss of data and damage to personal computers’ discs, deterioration of morals due to easy access to many pornographic and ot
Peter Henlein invented the first portable time piece in 1504. The first person to attach a portable time piece to his wrist with a piece of string was Blaise Pascal.
Claudius Ptolemaeus, who lived around 100 to 178 A.D. and is more popularly known as Ptolemy, is believed to have invented the first world map. However, cave paintings and ancient maps that pre-date Ptolemy are considered attempts to create maps to help people define and navigate the world.
According to the US Department of Energy, Thomas Edison and his team had produced a functional incandescent light bulb by October 1879. Before this, British inventors had been experimenting with arc lamps. The first "constant electrical light" was invented in 1835, after which inventors continued to
The World Wide Web turned 30 this week, and everyone celebrated the best way they know how—by coming up with big lists of all the internet-related topics we’ve dealt with (or obsessed over) the past few decades. That includes dial-up modems, AOL, avatar- and comic-based chatrooms, and Homestar Runne