Web gurus look towards its future

A little over fifteen years ago, the agreement to make use of the World Wide Web free of charge came into being.  From its origins as a means for scientists to exchange information, to the current explosion of user-generated content populating the majority of sites, the WWW is apparently still in its infancy. So what do the web experts think the next 15 years will bring? Find out here.

There's also a fantastic timeline here, tracing the development of the WWW from its inception in 1991 to present day - it's provides a precise and concise history, which, will be fascinating for the younger generation who perhaps take it all a little bit for granted and have no idea of how it the web originated, how it's changed, or that it might have a purpose other than just social networking!

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