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One of the most groundbreaking events of the 20th Century was
the creation of the world wide web. In 1989, London born
Tim Berners-Lee came up with the idea of the web
as a way to...
One of the most groundbreaking events of the 20th Century was the creation of the world wide web. In 1989, London born Tim Berners-Lee came up with the idea of the web as a way to share files with others. From this modest idea the web has become the most important discoveries of our time.
The world wide web has evolved from a simple file sharing initiative to become a place where people go on a daily basis to share information, transact business, conduct financial transaction and a host of other activities. All the modern uses of the web are courtesy of Tim Berners-Lee, the man who invented the popular web called world wide web.
From modest beginnings in the late 1980s the world wide web has continued to evolve. Early uses of the web were from companies that used the net as a place to have an electronic version of their business offerings. These electronic brochures were handy since you now could have access to information without having to physically go to the business. However, the functionality was extremely limited. Over time the web started to have more practical users. Businesses people started to use it as a place where they could interact with potential customers and eventually conduct sales through the web.
Consumers started to enjoy the convenience of shopping online as opposed to going to retail locations. With the added convenience and not having to have a physical storefront, e-commerce companies thrived because they could offer goods and services at lower prices.
Recently, social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and others have enjoyed tremendous popularity. Sites continue to come on the scene where people can interact with each other either for personal or business purposes.
From a common idea for file and information sharing, the world wide web has become an integral part of our daily business and personal life. And, the person to thank is the father of the web, Tim Berners-Lee.