Web@30 is a brand-new exhibition, brought together by The Centre for Computing History, with support from Raspberry Pi and Receptional.
It builds on the success of 64 Bits – an acclaimed digital archaeology exhibition, which has popped up at digital festivals in London and New York over the last decade.
This new show will celebrate 30 years since the first website was launched – by Sir Tim Berners-Lee at CERN on August 6 1991. On display will be 30 pieces of hardware and software, which either made the world wide web possible or have
Source: The Drum