In March of 1989, a British Computer Scientist, by the name of Tim Berners-Lee, created an information management system, which involved communication between a Hypertext Transfer Protocal (HTTP) client and server. Thus, the World Wide Web was born.
Now it's 25 years later, and when we’re madly typing in a url, sometimes we don’t even bother typing in the “www.” nevermind the “http,” because we don’t need to.
But can you imagine what our lives would be like if the World Wide Web hadn’t been invented?
Here are 10 ways that Tim Berners-Lee’s invention has changed our world:
What do you think? How has the World Wide Web changed your life over the past 25 years?