This Is the First Website Ever—Rebooted

By Andrew Liszewski on at

Once upon a time, Tim Berners-Lee took the concept of Hypercard and turned into a world of networked pages. Then there was the first website ever, a boring but clean and well-lighted place that started with the title: "World Wide Web".

I love that title and this part: "Everything there is online about W3 is linked directly or indirectly to this document." Everything!

If you're curious about that website, the W3 has it as an electronic archeological piece online, complete and restored: you can visit it here. [Thanks Fer!]