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CERN designers are celebrating the web’s 30th birthday by rebuilding it

26/02/2019

You can now experience how your favorite websites would look on the very first internet browser–right down to the fonts. March 2019 marks the 30-year anniversary of the WorldWideWeb–the very first version of the internet network we all use today. To celebrate, designers and developers at the European...
You can now experience how your favorite websites would look on the very first internet browser–right down to the fonts. March 2019 marks the 30-year anniversary of the WorldWideWeb–the very first version of the internet network we all use today. To celebrate, designers and developers at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) decided to re-create what the WorldWideWeb looked like in this very early form, but within a modern browser so the rest of us can experience it.Read Full Story You can now experience how your favorite websites would look on the very first internet browser–right down to the fonts. March 2019 marks the 30-year anniversary of the WorldWideWeb–the very first version of the internet network we all use today. To celebrate, designers and developers at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) decided to re-create what the WorldWideWeb looked like in this very early form, but within a modern browser so the rest of us can experience it.Read Full Story
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