Tim Burners-Lee and Alan Turing
By Joseph Woodcock
Tim Burners-Lee is a british computer scientist. He invented the World Wide Web. He is the director of the World Wide Web Consortium and the founder of the World Wide Web Foundation. He was knighted by the queen in 2004, and during this years London olympics, he attended the opening ceromony. During this, he tweeted live from it saying, 'this is for everyone'.
Alan Turing was a british mathematician, logician and computer scientist. He is known for breaking the german codes in the 2nd world war. Also he invented the Turing machine which is thought to be the first model of a modern day computer. He studied artifial intelligiance, believing that he could make man made objects clever, a computer. He comited suicide in 1954.