The First Webpage Viewed on an Early Web Browser, Dialed Up With a Modem and Terminal From the 1960s

Suhayl Khan celebrated the 25th anniversary of the World Wide Web by configuring a setup of vintage hardware, including a Livermore Model B modem and an ASR-33 Teletype terminal from the 1960s, which he used to access the first webpage at CERN with an early web browser released by WWW Project member Nicola Pellow in 1992. The video is a pragmatic look at how far we’ve come in a relatively short time.

via The Presurfer