The worldwide computer network celebrates its 30th birthday on Tuesday (12) and Google has launched a Doodle to celebrate. The World Wide Web (WWW) was created by Tim Berners-Lee on March 12, 1989. At that time, the British engineer was creating the method by which it would be possible to gain public access to the Internet, technology that had been developed in the 1960s. US military personnel.
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The animation on Google's homepage is present in most of the world, including Brazil, the US and the rest of America, all over Europe, Russia, Japan, Korea, Australia and some northern nations. Despite the strong connection between the search engine and the invention of the web, the first time the company celebrates the occasion with a Doodle.
Google doodle celebrates WWW's 30th birthday Photo: Playback / Google
Google's tribute goes back to the early stages of web popularization: a retr computer that slowly loads an animated image into an old browser. The PC is connected to a wired network of the telephone network, a common mode of connection between 1990 and the beginning of 2000 is the famous dial-up Internet. As the content appears, you can see the data packets traveling from the machine wire.
Doodle remembers time of dial-up internet Photo: Reproduction / Paulo Alves
Berners-Lee's project involved a large database of intertwined hypertext links that could be accessed from different machines according to a given protocol. The goal was to facilitate information sharing between CERN computers (French acronym for the European Organization for Nuclear Research).
The writings of the engineer resulted, in 1990, in the development of the HTML language, which would later enrich the content shown on one page. Berners-Lee also created the address called the URL. In the same year, came the first internet browser, called the World Wide Web (WWW). CERN currently offers a rebuilt version of the software for download at https://worldwideweb.cern.ch.
Tim Berners-Lee known as the 'father of the Internet' Photo: Reproduction
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