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25 years of the World Wide Web – a message from its dad

On its 25th anniversary, the web’s creator Tim Berners-Lee challenges us to make it better.

Although the web has been used for its fair share of unpleasantness and hatred, I don’t think any of us can deny the enormous positive difference it has made to many of our lives.


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