Maximum PC: If you plan on going out to eat today, save room for dessert and order a slice a cake in honor of the web's 20th birthday. That's right, it's been two whole decades already, though the wheels were set in motion several years before in 1989 when Tim Berners-Lee, a British computer scientist working at CERN, first proposed an information management system that would later become the Internet. These days he serves as the director of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).
I was just barely too young to claim some amazing domain names. By the time I had my own money and got online most of the good stuff was claimed.
Probably in my room yelling at my sister for picking up the phone and disrupting my 14.4 internet connection
Sat in college with a floppy disk full of scantily clad photos of Cindy Crawford wondering 'where the hell did these photos come from'
2 Years later I discovered the interwebs and started filling my own floppy disks with pr0n!
shame on Google for not having some sort of celebration home page for this.