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Legacy - Tim Berners-Lee

Where do i start, well i owe my career to this man. His hard work and determination has created a industry for people like me to express ourselves, a plaform for us to work and to be become educated. 241 more words


Around the World [Wide Web] | Christmas Edition!

Merry Christmas friends!

We’ll be taking a little hiatus over the holidays, but here are some links to keep you occupied until then!

A 25-Year Timeline Of The World Wide Web

While some concepts of the Internet date back to the 1950s, the public-facing World Wide Web traces its history back 25 years.

Here is a timeline: 392 more words



The release of 2014-15 Web Index, designed and produced by the World Wide Web Foundation  is truly an event in itself. This, devised as a measure of World Wide Web’s contribution to social, economic and political progress in countries across the world, is both critical as well as suggestive in its analysis of the impact of the Web. 515 more words


FCC Won't Issue Public Notice On Net Neutrality Options | Broadcasting & Cable

“The FCC will not put out a formal public notice (PN) seeking additional comment on any of the proposed hybrid variations on new Open Internet rules offered up by various parties.” 17 more words


The Web We Want and the Stories We Tell

We’ve been thinking through the “Awakening” of the Digital Imagination all semester, and today the New Media Seminar concludes with Scott McCloud’s “Time Frames” and Sir Tim Berners-Lee’s… 1,062 more words

New Media Seminar

WWW: Food, Fashion and “Fridamania”

For our last post for the holidays, I’d like to turn to a familiar character in Mexican popular culture and history: Frida.  But, instead of looking at her art or pondering her tempestuous marriage with Diego Rivera, her wild affairs (including Leon Trotsky and Josephine Baker), and her tragic bus accident, I’d like to look at Frida in a different light – food, fashion and fame. 425 more words

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