Starting 30 years ago this week, the World Wide Web has grown from a single node (on an exotic NeXt server) to truly capture its bold title. Click here to see Tim’s vague-but-exciting proposal.

We wish Tim and all his colleagues who worked on the early WWW project a very happy anniversary.

Here are a few of the articles/groups celebrating the day..

CERN Web@30 Event

Compare the 30th Anniversary to Tim’s on the future of the Web in 1994

BBC News – What was the Web like 30 years ago

Science Museum 30th Anniversary event

Click here to read Tim’s open letter about 30 years of the Web and here to see his BBC interview about the Web.

Click here to visit CERN’s short history of the Web page