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by India Arnold 5 years ago
Explain the actual difference between the "World Wide Web" and the "Internet" in simple terms.So often I see people who, when speaking or writing, interchange the term "world wide web" and the "internet" without really understanding the differences between...
by Writer Fox 6 years ago
On December 25, the World Wide Web turned 21 years old! What a cause for celebration. Just imagine if the Web had never been invented. I wrote a Hub about the birthday that you can find on my profile page: WWW Birthday. I also posted a collection of over 100 quotes...
by phoenixinfinite 9 years ago
i have asked this question a few days ago...how and what the world could have been without the 'www' world wide web?and i got one answer from a hubber, and here what she had to sayme259259 saysThe sky would've collapse upon itself. The sea would boil and the salt would spray into our eyes. In the...
by theirishobserver. 7 years ago
Google have parocialised the World Wide WebI think that Google’s predictive input cookie has left the WWW a small incestuous place. Previously when you entered a search word or phrase you would get the results that the majority of people had found useful, now you get the local chip shop because...
by jesuspassion786 8 years ago
oday, internet websites have increasingly become a part of our lives and we rely on them for almost everything but many people are still not aware about the history of the World Wide Web. So here are some of the quick facts about it:The World Wide Web was born in November 1990, with the launch of...
by juniorsbook 7 years ago
By what name is 'Jerry's Guide to the World Wide Web' now known?
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