64 Bits: the Web's lost past

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64 Bits: the Web's lost past

Billions of us use it every day, we rely on it for almost everything. But when it comes to the pioneers of the internet, many of it's creators have never been celebrated, until now. 

64 Bits is a new exhibition, opening in East London, recreating the early years of the web. 

Using old and now obsolete technology to take us down memory lane and champion those who make it what it is today.

It is on at Here East until April 21.

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