Task:Internet Localization Translation,Edit and Proofreading.
Selcted Source Language：EnglishThis week marks the 25th anniversary of the World Wide Web, an important milestone as we look at how far we’ve come and how the Internet of Everything (IoE) is shaping our future.
Developed by Sir Tim Berners-Lee, a researcher at CERN, the Web was borne from the need to keep track of complex, large-scale projects without the loss of important information. We’ve come a long ways since March 1989, when Berners-Lee published his idea of “linked information systems.”
Today, IoE is driving connections beyond just data. The convergence of connecting people, things, data and processes is transforming organizations, industries and our lives. The growth of mobility and cloud computing is further driving innovation and an increase in the number and kinds of connections.
To illustrate this transformation, let’s take a quick look at life just two decades ago. According to a new national survey to mark the 25th anniversary of the Web, Pew Research revealed that in 1995, 42 percent of U.S. adults had never heard of the Internet and an additional 21 percent were vague on the concept—they knew it had something to do with computers and that was about it. In addition, 20 years ago, only 14 percent had access to the Internet.
Selceted Target Language:Chinese 本周，万维网 (World Wide Web) 迎来了 25 周年诞辰。在我们回首漫长历程，展望万物互联 (IoE) 如何塑造我们的未来之际，毫无疑问，这是一个重要的里程碑。
万维网由欧洲核子研究组织 (CERN) 研究员 Tim Berners-Lee 爵士设计，源自于人们对既能跟踪复杂的大型项目，又不丢失重要信息的需求。自1989年3月伯纳斯·李发表“信息系统联系”这一理念以来，网络技术已取得长足发展。
为了说明这种转变，我们快速回顾一下20年前人们的生活。为纪念网络诞生25周年，皮尤研究中心最近开展了一项全国性调查，调查结果显示，1995年，42%的美国成年人从未听说过网络，21%对网络的认知模糊—他们只知道与电脑相关而已。此外，在 20 年前，仅有 14% 的美国成年人能访问互联网。
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