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- You would not be reading this techfile if Sir Tim Berners-Lee had not come up with the concept of the World Wide Web 20 years ago today. He has returned to CERN in Switzerland where it all began for a speech and celebrations and a demonstration of the original browser.
- Time Warner hopes that Tim Armstrong will do for AOL what he did for Google. In convincing Mr Armstrong, who has been head of Google’s North American sales, to take the reigns of AOL, Time Warner is betting that the ad-sales guru who helped grow Google will be able to turn around AOL, the dial-up service turned online media company for which Time Warner has so far failed to find a buyer.