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Happy 25th Birthday to the World Wide Web!

Exactly 25 Years Ago today, a man by the name of Tim Berners-Lee, who at the time was a computer scientist and a former CERN employee (European Organization for Nuclear Research). Berners-Lee wrote a proposal for what eventually became the World Wide Web. Without his contribution, things that you would come to know everyday would cease to exist, such as Google, Facebook, Twitter and basically any website, including the one that I am writing to you on.

To honor this day, Google invite Sir Tim Berners-Lee to provide a guest post on the 25th anniversary of the web. Below you will find the post that he wrote.

Today is the web’s 25th birthday. On March 12, 1989, I distributed a proposalto improve information flows: “a ‘web’ of notes with links between them.”

Though CERN, as a physics lab, couldn’t justify such a general software project, my boss Mike Sendall allowed me to work on it on the side. In 1990, I wrote the first browser and editor. In 1993, after much urging, CERN declared that WWW …

Ubisoft announces an Official Release Date for Watch Dogs

Watch Dogs will now be coming on May 27th, 2014

Here is the new story trailer


ORIGINAL STORY: Yes, one of the most anticipated games of the year, has been delayed until Spring next year (2014). The game first came as a surprise at Ubisoft's press conference back at E3 2012. And now the news came as a surprise to everyone with the launch of the game being only about a month away, it seemed like cutting it close to announce a delay. Just to be clear, ALL versions (current and next gen) of the game will now be released sometime during Spring 2014. 

This is what Ubisoft had to say on their company blog: 

Our ambition from the start with Watch Dogs has been to deliver something that embodies what we wanted to see in the next-generation of gaming. It is with this in mind that we've made the tough decision to delay the release until spring 2014.
We know a lot of you are probably wondering: Why now? We struggle…