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Published on Sep 30, 2006
Robert Cailliau is the co-Inventor of the World-Wide-Web. Robert works at the CERN High Energy Physics laboratory. Robert talks anout the early days of the web and Gopher, the design of HTML, and talks about how the web changed when many new kinds of browsers such as Mosaic were introduced for the PC and Mac. He also talks about how the first web browser and server were developed. This interview was taped July 1999.