1. Away in Geneva, the World Wide Web was born on Christmas Day

    Away in Geneva, the World Wide Web was born on Christmas Day
    Adrian, who now leads UMass’ efforts behind the Massachusetts Green High Speed Computer Center in Holyoke, was with the National Science Foundation back in the 19980s. They used the Internet which had already been developed as a durable command-and-control message system for the military then opened up to civilian researchers and corporations.
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