The First Website in History! I Didn’t Know the Answer…Do You?

Blogging about The Guinness Book of World Records got me thinking of all types of records.

The latest was, “What was the first website?”

Thanks to the power of AI and the Internet, I got my answer…and that website still works!

Here it is:

You can even browse the first website using a simulated version of the world’s second web browser called “Line Mode Browser”. It will make you thankful for the point-and-click browsers we’re used to.

The site is hosted by CERN which is The European Organization for Nuclear Research. But why not EONR? Because they use the French name for the acronym.

Here’s that French name: Conseil Européen pour la Recherche Nucléaire.

Their main activity is to smash things together using particle accelerators like the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). The LHC is still the world’s largest collider with a circumference of 17 miles.

So check out some living history and browse through the first website!

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