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1994 – The World-Wide Web Consortium (W3C) held its first meeting at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Albert Vezza and Tim Berners-Lee founded the group to development and maintain international standards for the World Wide Web. Since then, the W3C has overseen the validation efforts in HTML and other formats.
- Delta rolls out WiFi on flights
- Microsoft releases Windows NT 4.0 SP2
- Edward R. Murrow features the Whirlwind computer on See It Now