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The World Wide Web Is Having a Quarter-Life Crisis



At 25, you’re officially an adult — you can vote, drink and rent a car without any hassle. It’s the age where you say goodbye to the frivolousness of your early twenties and hello to responsibility. Who wouldn’t want to celebrate?

Wednesday marks the 25th anniversary of the World Wide Web — the code for the information management system, invented by Sir Tim Berners-Lee, that became the architectural structure for all web pages on the Internet today. You may not have to type “www.” in your web browser anymore, but that doesn’t mean you can’t relate. Like any typical 25 year-old questioning their purpose, the URL’s little prefix is also having a bit of a quarter life crisis. Read more…

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