Tag: tim berners-lee
Tech Digest daily round up: Right for repairs law comes into force
Tech Digest daily roundup: Streaming services to face tighter regulation
Tim Berners-Lee action plan to prevent ‘digital dystopia’
Tim Berners-Lee warns internet’s power for good ‘under threat’
Google Doodle marks World Wide Web’s 30th anniversary
British Library invites public to build ‘Magna Carta’ for digital age
How the web could have been called "the mesh" and other tidbits from Tim Berners-Lee
The World Wide Web (and NOT the internet) is 25 years old today! It's a quarter of a century since CERN pioneer Tim Berners-Lee invented the thing that you're using RIGHT NOW! To celebrate, Sir Tim has been over on…
Internet as human right and the evolution of technology
The internet should be seen as a basic human right, according to to Tim Berners-Lee, the man who invented the World Wide Web. Speaking at the 20th International World Wide Web Conference in India, Berners-Lee emphasised the importance of…
Tim Berners-Lee calls Facebook "a threat to the web"
Facebook may be the Number 1 online destination for many citizens of the web, but there is one key figure who's still more than a little sceptical: web founder Sir Tim Berners-Lee. Rather than an open world wide web,…
Could it be "good-bye Google" and "hello mega-mash-up" on the web of the future?
Tim Berners Lee, “inventor of the world wide web”, has spoken to The Times about his vision of the future Internet.
In it, Google may well have been displaced by other companies who have embraced the “semantic web”. Put simply (and before we get on to the “Internet Phrase Highlight of the Week”) it’s where every piece of information is tagged so that it can be seamlessly connected with other bits of information, to provide useful tools…