Berners-Lee, Tim



Berners-Lee, Tim

Dubbed "inventor of the world wide web," Tim Berners-Lee wrote the first web client (browser-editor) and server in 1990. Tim now holds the 3Com Founders chair at the Laboratory for Computer Science ( LCS) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). He directs the World Wide Web Consortium, an open forum of companies and organizations with the mission to lead the Web to its full potential.

Articles on that refer to Berners-Lee, Tim

Not Your Father's Internet By Bill Gates
The Age of Spiritual Machines: Timeline By Ray Kurzweil
Tribute to Michael Dertouzos (1936 -- 2001) By Ray Kurzweil
Review of Lawrence Lessig's The Future of Ideas By Lucas Hendrich and

News Articles that refer to Berners-Lee, Tim

The Semantic Web
Web Consortium Approves Standards to Automate Online Tasks
Michael L. Dertouzos, 1936 - 2001
Taking Curl for a Whirl
Net Visionaries Seek New Vistas
20/20 Vision Awards honor Kurzweil, other innovative leaders
Semantic Web Ready for Phase Two
Web inventor warns of 'dark' net
The Future of The Web
Sir Tim Berners-Lee Unveils Foundation For Free, Open Web

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