'World Wide Web? I Don't Buy It'

In the early 1990s, Ian Ritchie, chair of iomart plc. and several other computer and learning businesses, met a nice young man named Tim Berners-Lee. Lee told Ritchie about his proposed system called the World Wide Web. Ritchie didn't buy it. Here is Ritchie's story, one about information, connectivity, and learning from mistakes.

In the early 1990s, Ian Ritchie, chair of iomart plc. and several other computer and learning businesses, met a nice young man named Tim Berners-Lee. Lee told Ritchie about his proposed system called the World Wide Web. Ritchie didn't buy it. Here is Ritchie's story, one about information, connectivity, and learning from mistakes.

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