Re: A WWW history question

Fri, 4 Nov 1994 16:13:40 +0100

>From: ZPALASTA @ SMTP (Alastair Aitken CLMS)
>Date: Friday, November 04, 1994 7:30AM
>Steinar Bang writes:
>>Would it be correct to say that the earliest idea of the WWW was to
>>offer a single consistent user interface to different network
>>services, rather than a world wide hypertext system?
>Tim Berners-Lee is interviewed about the origins and future of the web in
>the October issue of "Internet World". This article may also be available
>electronically but I cannot say where. He comments in this article that he
>"... would like a single user interface for all of these things [usenet,
>e-mail and the web] ..." which would seem to suggest that the original
>intention was a distributed hypertext system.

GNN currently has a copy of an interview (may be the same one):