Recording this in the studio just before midnight, I comment on the lecture that Sir Tim Berners-Lee gave about the future safeguarding of the World Wide Web. I’d love to hear your thoughts on this subject.
(sorry for the hiss behind my audio, it was cold in the studio so I had the fan heater on!)
- NaPodPoMo 2019 – Episode 20
- BBC iPlayer: The Richard Dimbleby Lectures
Sir Tim Berners-Lee: The World Wide Web – A Mid-Course Correction
(available until mid-December in the UK)
- Solid – separating data from the applications that use it
- Contract for the Web – a new contract to safeguard the future of the web
- Many thanks to @sm2n for bringing this lecture to my attention
- The future of the web as it relates to my family
- Wikipedia: Rule 34 (Internet meme)
- IMDb: The Lion King (2019)
Call to action
- What are your thoughts on the future of the World Wide Web?
- Have you seen the Sir Tim Berners-Lee lecture? What did you make of it?
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