Tag Archives: Tim Berners-Lee

World Wide Web 25th Anniversary

The first web server, used by Tim Berners-Lee. Photo via Wikipedia On the 25th anniversary of the World Wide Web, we’re pleased to share this guest post from Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the web. In this post he … Continue reading

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BroadBand Portals of the OECD

Tim Berners-Lee, Director of the World Wide Web Consortium and inventor of the World Wide Web, talks about the challenges ahead and why an open Internet is key to its continuing success *** The OECD broadband portal provides access to … Continue reading

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My Hat’s Off too: Open Hardware Movement

Sir Tim, creator of the World Wide Web, pointed to open data and linked data as exciting examples of the way that the Web is promoting transparency of information and looked forward to the time when the current 20 per … Continue reading

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Web Science

  See:Creating a Science of the Web The Web is the largest human information construct in history. The Web is transforming society. In order to…understand what the Web is engineer its future ensure its social benefit …we need a new … Continue reading

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Advancing the Web to Empower People: Challenges and Solutions

Advancing the Web to Empower People: Challenges and Solutions from Web Foundation on Vimeo. This video summarizes the vision of the World Wide Web Foundation and provides one example of the work we are doing in Africa to empower farmers … Continue reading

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Using the Architecture of Disaster Capitalism

I have read that 80% of the world do not have access to the Web. ) The Web has been largely designed by the developed world for the developed world. But it must be much more inclusive in order to … Continue reading

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