History of the Web and HTML
What Do You Remember About the First Time You Saw the World Wide Web?
Do you remember the first Web page you ever visited? Was viewing the Web for the first time a momentous occasion for you? Many Web developers remember the first time they ever saw the World Wide Web because it made them want to be a part of it. Why not share your story.
The First Time I Saw the Web - I Wasn't Even Online
The Web hasn't been around for very long, and many of us can still remember what we were doing or thinking when we first saw or heard of the Web or the Internet. These are my stories of how I got introduced to the Web and readers will have the opportunity to share their own stories.
A Brief History of the World Wide Web
The Web has it's roots in the telephone and telegraph industry, but it really all started in March 1989, when Tim Berners-Lee wrote a proposal for managing information that became the World Wide Web.
Architects of the Web
By: Robert H. Reid
A book about 8 of the most influential people in the current history of the Web. Paperback
CERN: Where the Web Started
This particle physics lab is where it all started...
The History of the Internet
A timeline starting in 1957 that details how the Internet grew from the ARPA Net to what it is today.
History of the Internet
The Internet didn't really start right when the ARPANet was born. There were other factors as well, as this timeline shows.
History of the Internet and the World Wide Web
This history includes an interesting timeline and some of the more influential people.
History of the Web
A short article of the history of the World Wide Web, as distinct from the Internet as a whole.
A Little History of the World Wide Web
The history of the Web by the people who created it, the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).
The biography of the inventor of the World Wide Web.
Examples of Early WWW Hypertext - Tim Berners Lee
The first hypertext Web page was served at http://nxoc01.cern.ch/hypertext/WWW/TheProject.html. It is no longer there, but this page shows you some of the first few pages that were put up on the Web.