Dr. Rubaiul Murshed. Wiseland-1.
Timothy John Berners-Lee, also goes by the name TiMBL; who is an English computer scientist, best known as the inventor of the World Wide Web (WWW). Berners-Lee is not a rich man and he has a smallish, barren office at M.I.T., where his nonprofit group, the World Wide Web Consortium helps set technical standards for the Web, guarding its coherence against the potentially deranging forces of the market. He has sacrificed his self-gain for the greater good of human kind. His invention, the WWW, is counted among the most significant inventions of the 20th century. The web revolutionized the world of information and technology and has opened up several new avenues. A great visionary of our time TiMBL, said, ‘It was an accident,’ said Sir Tim recently, referring to the moment of discovery. ‘Chance favours the prepared mind,’ said Louis Pasteur, the French Microbiologist, across the English Channel, when in a similar situation, long time ago. Since his parents were both physicists, the domestic atmosphere, quite understandably, had been conducive enough for the birth of a genius.
Wiseland: The little stars always shine, while the great sun is often eclipsed.