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2007-04-12 21:06:51
2007-04-12 21:06:51

According to a site that I found on Askjeeves.com, the first registered domain was WWW.SYMBOLICS.COM. it was registered in 1985 It had to be sometime after the worldwide web protocol was invented, which was in 1991. The first web server was info.cern.ch, which published the first web page, describing the concept of the web itself. Or course, there were many thousands of other domain names already in existence. See related website en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History of the World Wide Web

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