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Web searches benefit from some human help

BACK in the early days of the World Wide Web, users could consult a directory of servers personally compiled by its creator, Tim Berners-Lee, to help them find their way around. A snapshot of this directory from 1992, provided by CERN, shows people used it to link to everything from physics journal abstracts to science fiction reviews and song lyrics.

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