Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web
in 1989, and his later specifications for URIs, HTTP and HTML have served as the basis for the global spread of Web technology.
Retrieved November 15, 2013, from the World Wide Web
The following year, 1994, Berners-Lee moved from Switzerland, where CERN is still headquartered, to the United States, where he founded the World Wide Web
Consortium at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
They convey some of the core tensions within the communities of programmers and designers leading the development of the World Wide Web
, such as efforts to encourage adherence to conventions for dealing with form and content, and the championing of a more design-oriented approach for web pages that in turn quickly led to rigid guidelines for best practice.
BT, a provider of communications solutions and services, became on Monday (7 July) a founding sponsor of the Web Science Research Initiative, an international body established to promote the science and development of the World Wide Web
TWO years ago, I went to Chepstow on Welsh National day and, overcome by the infectious enthusiasm of one or two Racing Post colleagues, joined in the plunge on Jonjo O'Neill and JP McManus's World Wide Web
Facility Management--This component is related to "the integration of multi-disciplinary activities within the built environment and the management of their impact upon people and the workplace." Retrieved February 28, 2006 from the World Wide Web
Okin, The Information Revolution: The Not-For-Dummies Guide to the History, Technology and Use of the World Wide Web
is a fascinating modern history of the technology that gave rise to the World Wide Web
Electronic Payments Network can be found on the World Wide Web
Do you treasure the freedom to wade out into the vast sea of information that is the Internet and surf the World Wide Web
? Then look out for what is coming over the horizon: a fleet of ships is bearing down on you and your little surf(key)board, and they are flying the blue Jolly Roger of the United Nations.
The papers presented emphasized that 20th-century computer-based systems continue to be used, mainly delivered via the World Wide Web
. These systems are enhanced through audio, video, graphics, strategies to provide needs assessment, and support by cybercounselors or expert system design.
Researchers have discovered that a remarkable diversity of complex networks, including the World Wide Web
and patterns in cellular biochemistry, have a common architecture with snowflakes and trees.