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The source code, written by British computer scientist Sir Tim Berners-Lee, that formed the basis of the World Wide Web is up for auction as NFT.(Reuters, Sotheby's)

World Wide Web source code, written by Tim Berners-Lee, up for auction as NFT

By hindustantimes.com | Edited by Kunal Gaurav, Hindustan Times, New Delhi
PUBLISHED ON JUN 15, 2021 05:57 PM IST
  • The winning bidder for the World Wide Web source code, tied as NFT, will receive a letter from Tim Berners-Lee “reflecting on the code and the process of creating it.”
How to keep yourself and your children safe online.(Unsplash)
How to keep yourself and your children safe online.(Unsplash)

Safer Internet Day: How to keep yourself and your children safe online

Hindustan Times, Delhi | By HT Correspondent
UPDATED ON FEB 11, 2020 04:44 PM IST
The web offers a plethora of ideas for everyone to grab and use for their growth, both personal and professional. But it comes with its own set of risks and security measures. Here are a few tips to stay safe online.
Bansal started his internet career at the age of 14, when most kids are cramming notes for their school examinations.
Bansal started his internet career at the age of 14, when most kids are cramming notes for their school examinations.

Born Social – Ashish Bansal’s tech gift to the Internet generation

UPDATED ON JAN 13, 2020 06:09 PM IST
Born Social creates brand existence for artistes, brands and social media influencers.
If you come from a time when the internet was just getting started, you might remember this computer and the first websites that made their mark.(iStock)
If you come from a time when the internet was just getting started, you might remember this computer and the first websites that made their mark.(iStock)

The oldest sites still online: Recharge by Rachel Lopez

Hindustan Times | By Rachel Lopez
PUBLISHED ON DEC 07, 2019 04:41 PM IST
The oldest functioning web pages on the internet are also some of the oddest.
Air Marshal Bhushan Gokhale (retd)(RAHUL RAUT)
Air Marshal Bhushan Gokhale (retd)(RAHUL RAUT)

Air Marshal Bhushan Gokhale on why Purandar international airport will boost make-in-India plans

By Air Marshal Bhushan Gokhale (retd)
UPDATED ON JUL 07, 2018 05:33 PM IST
New airport will give tremendous boost to the local community as also create jobs in variety of direct and indirect enterprises, which will come up
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