World Wide Web: Google Doodle celebrates the 30th anniversary with creative animation

Google Doodle today is celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the World Wide Web. With its creative doodle, Google is reminding us of old times.

Today marks the 30th anniversary of the World Wide Web and on this occasion, Google is celebrating it with a doodle. As World Wide Web completes 30 years, Google’s doodle will remind you of the old times and how things used to be back in the days. World Wide Web or as we say WWW is an information place where we can find out anything we want to know about. The information is stored in the form of web pages located centrally in the Uniform Resource Library and when we search for something, they are displayed together. 

Back in 1989, it was a British Physicist, Tim Berners-Lee who suggested a decentralised system of information management. This is what gave birth to the World Wide Web back then. His decentralised system prompted to put in the required keywords and then getting results based on those. When the links are displayed, the user can click on one and be redirected to another web page altogether.

Thus, celebrating the 30 years of this invention, Google Doodle today showcases some quirky graphics which display the world wide web and how things were done back in the days. The globe in the centre of Google crops up slowly indicating the download speed back in the days. Over the years, the World Wide Web has become a part of our lives and is imperative for all professions nowadays. Back in those times, Tim had warned against usage of the World Wide Web by scammers to commit crimes and also to spread hatred in the world. However, the World Wide Web is also a boon and helps us in daily lives. 

Check out today's Google Doodle:





Credits: Wikipedia

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