Google Doodle Today / UK physicist Tim Berners Lee invented the WWW
Google has made a doodle today, specializing in 30 years of the World Wide Web. Yes … Today www is celebrating its 30th anniversary, so today Google has done a doodle (Google Doodle Today).
In which the earth is shown moving around the computer, which is connected only to one switch. 30 years ago on March 12, 1989, British physicist, Tim Berners-Lee invented the WWW, which is being used by the internet all over the world today.
Actually, the WWW is an application made from HTML, URL, and HTTP. Sir Tim Berners-Lee worked in the famous CERN of Europe in 1989 and that’s how he created the World Wide Web. This was followed by the first web browser worldwide web.app released in 1991.
The idea of how incredible this invention could be today is to see the increased expansion of the Internet today. That same day, Google has specially made a doodle for this special occasion.
Who is Tim Berners Lee?
Tim Berners Lee, who started his early studies in England, always wanted to do something new. He studied at Queens College and Oxford University and after that, he obtained a Degree in Physics in 1976. He had a good hold on mathematics. After completing studies, he joined the European Nuclear Research Organization and then he discovered the WWW.
Internet access in India in 1995
Internet service was started in India after 6 years of the birth of the Internet. That is, the Internet in India came on August 15, 1995. Which started by Foreign Communications Limited. According to an estimate, the number of Internet users by the year 2021 can be 82.9 million.