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Why this date in World Wide Web History might not matter

Let’s get real about #InternautDay. Today is being celebrated as the 25th anniversary of public access to the World Wide Web, (aka Happy #InternautDay), but in the history of the internet and Web access, this is a fairly inauspicious date.  In fact, my recollection of Aug. 23, 1991, is that there really was no such thing as public Internet or something called (much more frequently then) the World Wide Web. There was certainly nothing approaching…

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Why this date in World Wide Web History might not matter

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