Monday 10.3 marked the 25th anniversary of the world 
wide web, the one invention of the 20th century 
which changed the way we live and work 
beyond anyone's wildest imagination. 

The inventor Sir Tim Berners-Lee says "Twenty-five years 
ago I filed the proposal for what was to become the 
World Wide Web. My boss dubbed it ‘vague 
but exciting’. Luckily, he thought enough of the
idea to allow me to quietly work
 on it on the side." 

Oh interwebs, how I love thee! I can not even 
begin to think about what it would be like to live 
without the net now. Of course we would survive 
but it would be like going back to the stone age.

Just for fun - the beginning of the 
internet ... and the end ;-)

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