Tim Berners Lee, founder of the World Wide Web, was awarded a $270,000 no-strings-attached grant from the John D and Catherine T MacArthur Foundation earlier this week.
A director of the World Wide Web Consortium and a principal research scientist at Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Laboratory for Computer Science, Berners Lee was feted by the Foundation as the pioneer of a "revolutionary communications system requiring minimal technical understanding".
The Chicago based organisation dispenses money to individuals it feels have demonstrated a "genius or creativity" that benefits society.
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