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The World Wide Web Hall of Fame inductees

The World Wide Web Hall of Fame inductees list

The World Wide Web Hall of Fame has only 6 inductees:

  • Tim Berners-Lee: Inventor of the World Wide Web.
  • Marc Andreessen: Co-creator of Mosaic, the browser that popularised the web.
  • Eric Bina: Co-creator of Mosaic browser and founder of Netscape.
  • Kevin Hughes: A pioneer of the WWW in the US.
  • Rob Hartill: Known for his contributions to the Apache web server and the Internet Movie Database (IMDb).
  • Lou Montulli: Co-creator of Lynx text web browser who innovated several browser technologies like cookies, HTTP proxying etc.
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