Hyperlink history

While Tim Berners-Lee’s work paved the way for the World Wide Web, it was Vannevar Bush who introduced the concept of linking documents into a single trail of information in his essay “As We May Think” published in 1945. Then in 1965, Ted Nelson, coined the term “hyperlink” for his Project Xanadu.


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  1. I am trying to find some info about the first one who started the world wide web or hyperlink. I am getting names withyears that are just to old, I am really trying hard to seek this answer, and I am getting fruasterasredfsadfsfdgjkhfo;gh…..upset… thats all. starting to think that no one knows anymore. ummm poor rich dead man already forgotton

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