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Reblog It #4: The World’s First Webpage: See How Far We’ve Come in 25 Years

You don’t know how far we’ve come until you take a look back.

The Internet is a readily available tool in the modern-day world. From cell phones to desktops, the web is so easily accessible that some of us don’t realize how much different life was 10, 15, or 25 years ago. This March marks the 25th Anniversary of the World Wide Web. To mark this technological milestone,  Suhayl Khan attempts to access and view the world’s first webpage, and he won’t be doing it on a brand new PC. See how far we have come in a surprising 25 years.

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