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UX Boss Jul 14
Started at the bottom, now we’re here 🚀 In celebration of , look where started! We've come a long way! What do you think the internet will look like in 15 years? 😮
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Andrew Revkin 10h
The laziness of the brain is what makes it so easy to hijack. Are you ? Here's hoping.
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Tim Berners-Lee May 27
How the Contract is being worked out
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Microsoft Mar 13
The launch of Windows 95 helped Microsoft enter the 'internet tidal wave.' 🌊 Celebrate the web's 30th birthday and take a peek into the past.
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Stephen Fry Mar 12
In 2009, I got stuck in a lift and tweeted to my 100,000 or so followers: this was Big News back then… how charming and innocent it all seemed …
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Tim Berners-Lee Mar 13
Wonderful energy and creativity — girl power at W.TEC in Lagos — should inspire girls all over the world to get into tech
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Tim Berners-Lee Jun 11
Sign the Net Neutrality petition like I just did
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Dana DiTomaso Mar 12
I made my first website in 1998 on Tripod and it was for everyone in my Ecosystem Restoration program to keep up on where everyone was working. I had to manually update it when changes came in.
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Prerana Mar 14
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TLcom Mar 13
Today, we had the pleasure of hosting the "Father of the Web" on his trip to Lagos
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Charlie Gunningham Mar 13
In 1999, I left my comfortable teaching job and set up a dotcom - an online real estate business . Somehow, we survived, then thrived before a trade sale to . An amazing journey, lots of learning.
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Roy T. Fielding Mar 13
I loved the Web because I loved research and the prospect of a global information system that would make that easier, faster, and more comprehensive than ever before. I loved the WWW Project because of the good people on www-talk and at CERN, NCSA, and W3C.
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Melissa Sassi 🐝🌟 Mar 13
This week, we celebrate the Web's 30th bday! To commemorate this milestone, I traveled to Barcelona to share my literature review at my first academic conference. Check out my presentation! Feedback welcome!
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DeepOnion Mar 13
Thirty years ago today, Sir Tim Berners-Lee submitted his proposal for the world wide web. Without the internet blockchain technology and cryptocurrencies would not be available as they are today. We have a powerful tool that will help us protect our freedom.
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Medium Mar 16
30 years on, what’s next ?
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Techpoint Africa Mar 13
. giving a speech about Contract For the Web at the meetup in Lagos.
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United Nations Mar 16
Spotlighting efforts towards universal access , women's empowerment online & much more, see how the UN celebrated :
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Julia Reda Mar 13
2016 was not a great year : The proposed its plans for EU reform. Experts like warn against its , the provision. In two weeks, the European Parliament will have the chance to vote it down!
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Jimmy Kimmel Mar 13
Even in 1989, understood the power of the World Wide Web...
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Sarah Brown Mar 12
In 2008, Sarah Brown hosts a 'Downing Tweet' reception in December 2008 at 10 Downing Street for Twitter users to mark her one million followers.
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