A quick tribute to the man we have to thank if we are here writing or reading this post and doing one billion other things on the Web: Tim Berners-Lee, the guy who invented the WWW. By chance, this morning I got into his blog and I saw something really fascinating: the screenshot of the first browser invented by Tim. Well, it seems prehistoric but so fascinating that I thought nice to remind this steps in the story of the Net. Have a look at his site and his job.
Also, I fully agree with Tim’s recognition of the importance of links in the Web culture. He writes:
The way quality works on the web is through links.
This post is a concrete demonstration of his analysis: I recognize Tim’s importance, the value of his notes and share them with you, using just a link to his blog!
Thanks a lot Tim!