Computer scientist with WWW pages, CERN

Computer scientist with WWW pages, CERN

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Caption: World Wide Web. A computer scientist updating pages on the World Wide Web (WWW or Web) at CERN, the European particle physics laboratory near Geneva. The Web is a global network of over 10,000 host computers connected by the Internet. Users of the Web are able to navigate between computers to access data by using a program called a 'browser'. Each site has a server, a computer connected to the Internet which directs users to the documents and data they wish to access. Data on the Web are held in hypertext files; text documents with other data (such as pictures or links to other documents) embedded in them. The Web was created at CERN, and started services in 1989.

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Keywords: business, cern, computer, computing hardware, high-tech, internet use, office, server, technology, world wide web, www

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