Its World Wide Web's 30th Happy Birthday And The Netizens Are Tweetin' About It
30 years ago, a young scientist Tim Berners-Lee with the help from his colleague and fellow hypertext enthusiast Robert Cailliau, published a formal proposal to build a “Hypertext project” called “WorldWideWeb” as a “web” of “hypertext documents” to be viewed by “browsers” using client-server architecture. Yep, that’s how the internet as we know was born.
Celebrating the birthday of ‘someone’ we are all so much dependent on and pretty much can’t live without, we share some funny and adorable tweet wishes.
In 1990, I coded up the foundational technologies for the World Wide Web.— Tim Berners-Lee (@timberners_lee) March 12, 2019
To celebrate the web’s 30th birthday, will you add to a crowdsourced Twitter timeline of the web’s milestone moments? https://t.co/7sGBdFyE6Q#Web30 #ForTheWeb pic.twitter.com/AzfjmpvZYX
World Wide Web turns 30 today. It must be going through a mid-life crisis and thinking what has it contributed to the world or should it has taken a different path in life.— Rahul Raj (@bhak_sala) March 12, 2019
Happy Birthday, Internet! may you keep us connected and making us laugh through memes and gif!