How the Web went global after arriving in Silicon Valley from CERN – Physics World


In this podcast we talk about how physicists and entrepreneurs changed the world

20 Jan 2022 Hamish Johnston

Everyone knows that the World Wide Web was invented at CERN in Switzerland, but the technology really began to take off when it reached the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC) in California’s Silicon Valley. In this episode of the Physics World Weekly podcast, the physicist and writer Michael Riordan explains how today’s Web was forged by physicists and entrepreneurs with a common vision of a connected future.[…]

Source: How the Web went global after arriving in Silicon Valley from CERN – Physics World

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