From: "William Anderson"> > > [snip] > > > > Do Web Geeks here believe that this "father of the World Wide Web" is the true > > "father of the World Wide Web"? > > He *invented* the World Wide Web as we know it - there is nothing to > "believe" as such, as it is fact that he is directly responsible for it's > creation. Of course, you can look back to previous hypertext proposals and > implementations which Berners-Lee undoubtedly was aware of at the time, cf > Vannevar Bush, Doug Englebart, Ted Nelson, et al, so in that context, they > are akin to "grandfathers" of the web, but Berners-Lee is definitely the > "father". > > Read Tim's own account: http://www.w3.org/People/Berners-Lee/ShortHistory Thanks a lot! Very "targeted" answer! :-) And that's why sometimes I prefer humans on machines. Thanks again! -- Syed Zeeshan Haider. http://szh.20m.com/ ----------------------------------- Allah says to Mankind: "Then which of the favours of your Lord will ye deny?"