world wide web birthday

Twenty-five years ago, British computer scientist Sir Tim Berners-Lee proposed a system where data could be shared between computers, creating a Web of information.
See this and this and this and this for why. Nope.
The World Wide Web turned 20 years old on Tuesday. On April 30, 1993, the Web went public for everyone to use (for free) and two decades late CERN, the organization that brought us the Web, has brought the first website back to life at its original address.
Because nobody understood the Web yet, the site had a page called "What's out there?" that explained how to use the Web. (Much
Berners-Lee first proposed his idea for a worldwide network of computers sharing information in 1989, while he was working
On Aug. 6, 1991, a scientist at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) named Tim Berners-Lee unveiled a project