Tim Berners-Lee describes how the easy to navigate and pre-assembled products created by Jobs made his creative process more fluid.

This article titled “Berners-Lee says Jobs made computing ‘usable rather than infuriating'” was written by Charles Arthur, for guardian.co.uk on Sunday 16th October 2011 20.30 UTC

Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the world wide web, has praised Steve Jobs for helping devise the machine that he used to write the software.

Berners-Lee wrote the code for the web while working at the physics research institute Cern in 1991, using a NeXT Computer – the company set up by Jobs after he was ejected from Apple in 1985.

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