25 Years of the Web
According to Tim Berners-Lee it was the 25th anniversary of the web this week. I’m not really sure of that number as it was another year before he wrote the first browser. But it did get me looking on the Wayback Machine for what I was doing in the earliest days of the web. Unfortunately the earliest days of Intermetrics (inmet.com) are missing, and the earliest record is from ’96. I was already working on collaborative learning environments on the web, and had previously developed tools for editing web pages in the browser (but those tools were never made public). I wonder if Tom realizes that he has a presence on the web from 96?