A computer used by British scientist Tim Berners-Lee to devise the World Wide Web has gone on display at the Science Museum in London.
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Baroness Martha Lane Fox, who created a charity wanting to make the UK the most digitally skilled nation, attended an event yesterday celebrating the computer going on display in London.
On March 12 1989, Sir Tim wrote a paper called "Information Management: A Proposal" which aimed for a "universal linked information system" and sent it to his fellow colleagues.
Mike Sendall, Sir Tim's boss, said the paper was "vague but very exciting."
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