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1.9. Where to Learn More

If you're looking for more information about any of the topics covered in this chapter, the following sections will point you to some online resources that you may find helpful and interesting.

1.9.1. History of the World Wide Web

If you're interested in the history of the Web, you can still find the original document behind what became the World Wide Web online: Tim Berners-Lee's blueprint, titled "Information Management: A Proposal" and dated "March 1989, May 1990." You can also find another brief and interesting piece by Berners-Lee, titled "The World Wide Web: A very short personal history," as well as some interesting information about the original WorldWideWeb browser (it's absolutely astounding how ahead of its time the graphical version of that piece of software was).


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