Tim Berners-Lee makes an NFT from World Wide Web’s Objective-C

Found 48 days ago at Arstechnica

Next week, Sir Tim Berners Lee will auction an NFT of the original source code he used to create the World Wide Web. The centerpiece of the digital collectible will be 9,555 lines of time stamped source code split among files created by Berners Lee between October 3, 1990, and August 24, 1991. That code, mostly written in Objective C, served as the early foundation for much of the modern...

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