Today I was wondering who the creator of Netscape was. I wondered, what makes these sort[s] of people successful? Performing a Google search helped me, and I found it was Marc Andreessen. Actually he was the co-founder. From this I discovered that the inventor of the World Wide Web was Tim Berners-Lee, and that the first web-site was built on the August 6th, 1991 (making this event 20 years ago in a few weeks). I soon found myself reading a Scientific American Article titled, "Long Live the Web, a Call for Open Standards and Neutrality". It was a very interesting article. It was made even better by the fact that I learned more about URIs, more about the social web, and the Resource Description Framework.