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Hubert Kosiacki Oct 1
Replying to @w3c @timberners_lee
My bit of is from ca. 2006, when I helped rewrite my middle school's website, armed with Notepad and a brand new Firefox 1.5. The hacky rounded corners! The script to detect screen resolution! The proudly displayed W3C validator badges! 😁 Happy birthday W3C!
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Elastos Oct 1
Happy Birthday ! Elastos founder Rong Chen's first experience with the web was from before it even started! In 1987 Rong worked on Cray Supercomputers on a telnet project that helped lead to Mosaic.
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Maxim Andrews Oct 1
Replying to @w3c @timberners_lee
My first ever commercial website written with HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP and MySQL. It had built from scratch bespoke CMS. Requirements gathering, dev and demo server config plus dev itself all took 3 months. It was W3C complaint too.
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Radek Wojtysiak 💻 26 Nov 17
Proudly present my new business card. I can't wait to see them printed. It is starting to be serious!
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#GoGetIt MJ 19 Dec 16
. Go ahead and follow and support a great with great . 🎥🔫🎞. 💕💕
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W3C Oct 4
See photos from our 20th anniversary celebration including Tim Berners-Lee, Vint Cerf, Darren Walker, Jun Murai, Fadi Chehadé, John Perry Barlow and our Team and Members
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W3C Oct 3
Curious about the history of W3C? See a timeline of pre-Web, the Web and the W3C from our W3C10 celebration
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glamourinfusion 15 Oct 17
We are now publishing comic short stories and web novels
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Coralie Mercier Oct 1
This is how I discovered the Web. What are your ?
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José M. Alonso Oct 1
Congratulations to  on its 25th anniversary! I’m honored to have served as a team member and still work to make the web a better place for everyone . I wrote about my journey not long ago at
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Neil Munro Oct 2
Replying to @w3c @timberners_lee
Happy birthday W3C - a copy of my first website back in 1995-96: Amazingly it still works - a tribute to the longevity of HTML! (Twitter won't allow an image upload though - progress?)
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Craig A. Atkinson Oct 1
Happy birthday W3C! My story for is the first website I wrote in HTML in 1995 or so... I was only 10 years old and needed a free hosting option, so I FTP'd my 'lawnmowing business' site to GeoCities. RIP GeoCities:
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Paul Sheehan 15 Mar 16
Don't even you have an awesome team in place there, keep me posted and I'll support ;)
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Raymond Johnson Aug 29
Good old fashioned horror. Book Promotion - Vespera Vampire via
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Jeremy L Lawson Oct 1
Replying to @w3c @timberners_lee
Here's a shot of the lame first layout on my domain, circa 2003. Before that it was just a blank page with an email link. I jumped online as soon as local access became available and haven't looked back.
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Amy van der Hiel W3C Oct 1
From for - my web story on how I came to the Web and how I feel about it is there - do you want to add your own?
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Markus W. Steiger Oct 2
Online Manual from 1999 - 2001. I like technical standards. Mention on the About page. :) Wayback Screenshot:
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Funny_Pearls Nov 19
We are many who recognise this situation. Thanks to for sharing this witty piece with us. Spot on in every way. And we love gin!
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James Tauber Oct 1
Some early I wrote five years ago for the 20th Anniversary.
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RIPE Labs Oct 2
We're all grown up now... half the world's population is now online. Happy 25th anniversary ! Here's what we dug out from our archives ( back in July 2000)!
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