For better or worse, the World Wide Web sure has come a long way in 30 years. And what better place to feed those pangs of nostalgia on Tuesday than online, where the internet was celebrating the big anniversary.
Amazon, Google, Bill Gates, Tim Berners-Lee and many more looked back at what the web looked like and what it meant to them as the world was at the cusp of being connected in a whole new way.
Berners-Lee, who invented the web in 1989, wrote a piece in Wired about how while it’s worth celebrating the fact that half of the world is online, it’s worth reflecting on how far we have to go. For all the good the internet brings to people’s daily lives, there is a world of