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CERN's world-first browser reborn: Now you can browse like it's 1990



The WorldWideWeb browser was built by Sir Tim Berners-Lee in 1990 on a NeXT machine, following his March 1989 proposal for a 'Mesh' or global hypertext system for CERN that he would later call the World Wide Web.


The WorldWideWeb browser simulator is now available online to view in a modern browser. For anyone curious to know how to use it, the developers have provided written instructions and a video demo.




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It kind of reminds me of blackbox or fluxbox.


Looks just like my Window Maker :whistling: sweet an neat :fish:

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