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Creator of the web never expected it to be used for ‘kittens’

13
Mar
2014

On this date in 1989, Tim Berners-Lee submitted a proposal outlining what would ultimately become the World Wide Web. Berners-Lee also said — as he has previously — that he almost called the World Wide Web by another name: the Mine of Information. None had quite the right ring, Berners-Lee said of the rejected names, which also included The Information Mine and The Mesh. It didnt take long for the topics of data collection and NSA leaker Edward Snowden to come up.

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