Before Google Chrome, Firefox and even Internet Explorer, we had the great ancestor of all web browsers to do the job: the World Wide Web by Tim Berners-Lee.

What started in 1989 as a system built for CERN’s scientists to store and retrieve information using pages and hyperlinks embedded in text, became an innovation that later changed the entire world.

To celebrate its 30th anniversary, CERN has recreated and published the world’s first web browser here.

Source: Wired

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