If you’re reading this, you can thank Tim-Berners Lee, the man who created the world wide web. The very fabric of our current existence only exists because this man submitted a paper 28 years ago, envisioning the creation of a free, open network to “share information, access opportunities and collaborate without boundaries.”
So, 28 years, later, what does he think of his creation?
Writing for The Guardian, Lee outlines just this. Here’s what he had to say.
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