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Conceived by Tim Berners-Lee at the CERN center in Geneva, Switzerland more than a quarter of a century ago, the World Wide Web has long become an essential part of human life, an invaluable reference book, an unquenchable information source. The pillars the World Wide Web is firmly standing on are its core principles of global collaboration (meaning that anyone can create a website), being universal, decentralized and royalty-free. Celebrate the means of data transaction, learning and communication by getting online, posting in social media, reading, watching or listening to a piece of new and useful info or playing our World Wide Web Quiz!
Who is the Father of the World Wide Web? When did the Internet's first website go online? What core principle of the World Wide Web did the CERN center announce on April 30, 1993? What was the name of the first-ever primitive search engine? What was the first photo uploaded to the web? What is the difference between the World Wide Web and the Internet? Which country accounts for the most of global web usage? Which name options did the Father of the World Wide Web choose from? How much does the World Wide Web weigh? Learn all these facts and even more from our World Wide Web Quiz!
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