The Web turned 30

13 Mar

Still confuse the Internet, the Web and the Network, although they may be superimposed, they are different aspects that united the world, the pessimists say worse, the optimists say it points to the future, the realists say it is a new time with difficulties and facilities, well used will be promising for the future.
On March 9, at CERN where Tim-Berners Lee worked when he made a proposal for an Internet interpreter called and used the term web (not net), the idea of his original article was an ease of handling scientific texts online that at the very moment they were written were ready to be read, which bloggers and tweeters do today, but that was Web 2.0 in 2005.
In Geneva at CERN Berners-Lee met with Robert Cailliau, a computer science engineer who was not mentioned at all, but it was in fact that he made the first hypertext system, they were joined by other experts to discuss the present and future of the World Wide Web, or Web. 
The event, called Web @ 30, was opened yesterday (12/03) by CERN General Manager Fabiola Gianotti, in collaboration with two organizations founded by Berners-Lee: the World Wide Web Foundation and the World Wide Web Consortium ( W3C), CERN has recently restored the first website and online brower, shown at the Hackathon event (February 11-15, 2019). 
Security issues, free internet maintenance policies, governments and business structures want their control and in some countries it is not a free service, fake news and others were topics for discussion. 
A promising theme for the future is the SOLID project, we have already posted a post on it, it is in full development with the collaboration of MIT researchers, but the expectation is high and there will still be a lot of expert work to give the world a reliable Web.
Suhayl Khan showed how to access the browser in online mode using technology from the 1960s (when there was only internet and with few facilities) (Video: Suhayl Khan):



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