Happy 25th Birthday to the Web!

Happy 25th Birthday to the Web!

In March of 1989 scientist Tim Berners-Lee wrote a proposal to his bosses at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, which proposed a method of distributing and sharing documents and other information via a global hypertext system, aka the Web. 

Tim invented the Web for one very simple reason: to make sharing easier. 

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Google Docs, Evernote's Skitch and Creating Great Documentation

Google Docs and Evernote's Skitch provide a great platform for creating great documentation that can be shared with anyone and on any device. 

A Google Document has much more in common with a web site than it does Microsoft Word. A Google Document's location is based on a uniform resource location  - a URL. The URL was created by Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the World Wide Web, in 1994; URLs form the foundation of the Web. Tim invented URLs because he thought it was too hard to share content. 

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