Once Berners-Lee's invention caught on, it grew at a fantastically rapid pace. From 1991 to 1993, the Web grew by a staggering 341,634%.
Read more about the growth of the Web:The History of the World Wide Web.
The Web's growth was in part because of its underlying structure: the Internet. The Internet and the World Wide Web (WWW) are terms that to most people mean about the same thing. While they are related, their definitions are different.
Read more about the differences between the Web and the Internet: The World Wide Web and the Internet: One of These Things Is Not Like The Other.
It's hard to imagine life without the Web, and its influence has been felt in nearly every aspect of modern society.
Read more about the astonishing influence of the Web: How the Web Has Changed Society.