"Geek-beloved search site Google has fully recovered
from last year's public relations gaffe by giving Internet
historians exactly what they wanted and more: the most
comprehensive collection of Usenet posts available on the Internet.
Google announced Tuesday that its Usenet archive now includes 20
years worth of discussions, with 700 million postings from more
than 35,000 topical categories dating back to May 1981.
...The "World Wide Web Project" was announced by Tim Berners-Lee
in August 1991, Linus Tovalds proudly posted to announce the new
Linux operating system in October 1991, and Marc Andreessen's first
Netscape announcement appears three years later."