Sir Tim Berners-Lee NeXT Computer


Sir Tim Berners-Lee




If one were to use it then they can easily browse the web without a problem. The computer will not contract any viruses, they can easily slip past any firewalls, and get into any system.


When ones uses the computer, anyone can easily trace them right back to the computer and its location.


When turned on.

Collected by

Mr. Kipling, Claudia Donovan







Date of Collection




A NeXT Computer was used by Berners-Lee as the world's first web server and also to write the first web browser, WorldWideWeb, in 1990. By Christmas 1990, Berners-Lee had built all the tools necessary for a working Web: the first web browser (which was a web editor as well); the first web server; and the first web pages, which described the project itself.


Claudia and Mr. Kipling were talking about computers one day, and wondered if there could be a software which would allow them to slip into any system so they could track artifacts better. Leena chipped in that Sir Berners-Lee NeXT computer could do such a thing, and it was an artifact that the warehouse was keeping an eye on just in case they ever had to get it. Well after bugging Artie about the dangers of leaving such an artifact out in the world, Claudia and Mr. Kipling set out to grab it. Luckily they were allowed to as someone stole the entire set for the exact same reasons. So knowing the downsides to the computer, they had no choice but to wait to see what it was used for, and soon enough news broke out about bank records being stolen. Once Claudia traced the source to a location, both she and Mr. Kipling got the artifact.

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