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It had to run in a distributed processing environment. It had to offer access to all existing data types as well as to new types that would follow. It had to support the creation of personal, private links to new data sources as each user saw fit to create them. It had to support, in the future, diverse graphics types. It (ideally) had to support a certain amount of content and data analysis.
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In November 1990, Berners-Lee wrote and published, with Robert Cailliau, WorldWide Web: A Proposal for a HyperText Project. In it, the authors described an information retrieval system in which large and diverse compendia of information could be searched, accessed, and reviewed freely, using a standard user interface based on an open, platform-independent design. This paper relied heavily on Berners-Lee s earlier paper. In WorldWide Web: A Proposal for a HyperText Project, Berners-Lee and Cailliau proposed the creation of a world wide web of information that would allow the various CERN entities to access the information they need based on a common and universal set of protocols, file exchange formats, and keyword indices. The system would also serve as a central (although architecturally distributed) repository of information and would be totally platform independent. Furthermore, the software would be available to all and distributed free of charge. Once the paper had been circulated for a time, the development of what we know today as the World Wide Web occurred with remarkable speed. The first system was developed on a NeXT platform. The first general release of the WWW inside CERN occurred in May of 1991, and in December the world was notified of the existence of the World Wide Web (known then as W3) thanks to an article in the CERN computer newsletter. Over the course of the next few months, browsers began to emerge. Erwise, a GUI client, was announced in Finland, and Viola was released in 1992 by Pei Wei of O Reilly & Associates. The National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) joined the W3 consortium, but didn t announce their Mosaic browser until February of 1993. Throughout all of this development activity, W3 servers, based on the newly released Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) that allowed diverse
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sites to exchange information, continued to proliferate. By January of 1993, there were 50 known HTTP servers; by October there were over 200 servers, and WWW traffic comprised 1 percent of aggregate NSF backbone traffic. Very quietly, the juggernaut had begun. In May 1994, the first international WWW conference was held at CERN in Geneva, and from that point on they were organized routinely, always to packed houses and always with a disappointed cadre of oversubscribed would-be attendees left out in the cold. And, from that point on, the lines that clearly define what happened when begin to blur. NCSA s Mosaic product, developed largely by Marc Andreessen at the University of Illinois in Chicago, hit the mainstream and brought the WWW to the masses. Andreessen, together with Jim Clark, would go on to found Netscape Corporation shortly thereafter. The following timeline, included courtesy of PBS, shows the highlights of the Internet s colorful history (as well as a few other great unrelated moments).
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1960 There is no Internet . . . 1961 Still no Internet . . . 1962 The RAND Corporation begins research into robust, distributed communication networks for military command and control. 1962 1969 The Internet is first conceived in the early 1960s. Under the leadership of the Department of Defense s (DOD s) Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA), it grows from a paper architecture into a small network (ARPANET) intended to promote the sharing of supercomputers amongst researchers in the United States. 1963 The Beatles play for the Queen of England. 1964 Dr. Strangelove portrays a nuclear holocaust, which the new network must survive. 1965 The DOD s Advanced Research Projects Agency begins work on ARPANET. ARPA sponsors research a cooperative network of time-sharing computers. 1966 The U.S. Surveyor probe lands safely on moon.
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