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Internaut day: The world's first public website went online 25 years ago yesterday
Solid: How the father of the World Wide Web plans to reclaim it from Facebook and Google
Fabiola Gianotti Becomes First Woman Physicist to Take the Reins at CERN
Stephen Hawking is doing his first Reddit AMA
Thanks Victoria Taylor aka chooter: WIRED best bits from the Reddit AMA subreddit, including Tim Berners-Lee
Fascinating Early Posts From Tech Founders Who Changed The World
The Failed Promise of Deep Links — Backchannel — Medium
Apache Kafka is the circulatory system in use at LinkedIn.
The First HTTP Update in 16 Years, HTTP/2, Is Finished
The father of the web predicts its next phase - CNN.com
On HTML5 and the Group That Rules the Web
The web is alive and well - Quartz
You Can Look It Up: The Wikipedia Story
I Ruined the Internet and I'm Sorry, by Ethan Zuckerman in The Atlantic
Twitch: when watching beats playing
World Wide Web proposal was submitted 25 years ago today - latimes.com
I am Tim Berners-Lee. I invented the WWW 25 years ago and I am concerned and excited about its future. AMA on 2014-03-12
The web at 25
World Wide Web @ 25: The journey - BBC News
Tim Berners-Lee: we need to re-decentralise the web (Wired UK)
Tim Berners-Lee: encryption cracking by spy agencies 'appalling and foolish'
The Web’s longest nightmare ends: Eolas’ patents are dead on appeal | Ars Technica
The entire World Wide Web used to be on one computer.
30 April 1993 CERN published a statement that made World Wide Web technology available on a royalty free basis, allowing the web to flourish
Value Creation vs. Value Capture: Musings on the New Economy, by Tim O'Reilly | LinkedIn
All 30 of the articles on the Hacker News front page are about @aaronsw.
"This is for everyone."
Social curation is The Web's third frontier.
Tim Berners-Lee: demand your data from Google and Facebook
"Mobile devices and apps are killing the Web." ~ @rabois
"The whole conversation part of Twitter is not perfect."
Steve Jobs on why the Web succeeded: Simplicity.
RIP Dennis Ritchie (dmr)
Reblogging from the artist's side
Long Live The Web !!!
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