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May

Gizmodo
22 May
YOUTUBE FIGHTING RIVALS BY OFFERING SUPERIOR QUALITY, Luke PlunkettARIA, HTML, HTML5
Directions Magazine
22 May
Join the OGC this June for a sneak peek at the future of spatial data access, Lance McKeeW3C, HTTP, Linked Data, Semantic Web, Web Services, XML, Spatial Data on the Web Working Group
eLearning Industry
18 May
6 Benefits Of Using HTML5 In eLearning, Christopher Pappas HTML, HTML5, WAI
UMass Med Now
18 May
Shriver Center IT expert enhancing web accessibility for people with cognitive disabilities, Ellen MoranW3C, World Wide Web Consortium, Accessibility
UMass Medical School Communications
18 May
Shriver Center IT expert enhancing web accessibility for people with cognitive disabilities, Ellen MoranW3C, WAI, Cognitive and Learning Disabilities Task Force, Accessibility
Tech Times
17 May
Panasonic Outs World's First Firefox Smart TV, Nicole Arce, DOM, HTML, HTML5, URL, XML
InfoQ
13 May
Firefox 38 Released, Adds Support for DRM, David Iffland HTML, HTML5, Media Source Extensions, EME
The Next Web
12 May
Monotype is introducing an HTML5-based Web font platform, Napier Lopez HTML, HTML5
Media Post
11 May
White House Taps Privacy Expert Ed Felten For Key Role, Wendy DavisWorld Wide Web Consortium, HTML, DNT
PR Newswire
11 May
Temasys and Citrix bring WebRTC to the enterprise , W3C, World Wide Web Consortium, CSS, HTML, Semantic Web, URI, URL, WebRTC, XML
Dev.Opera
11 May
Sex, Houdini and the Extensible Web, Brian KardellW3C, Tim Berners-Lee, CSS, DOM, HTML, Web Components, XHTML, XHTML2
What Amy Does
9 May
Social Web WG 3rd face-to-face summary, Amy GuyJSON-LD, RDF, URI, XML
HTML Goodies
7 May
HTML5 Canvas: What Is It?,
WebTimeMedias
7 May
Les 20 ans du W3C Europe fêtés à Paris (20 years of W3C Europe celebrated in Paris), Jean-Pierre LargilletW3C, Tim Berners-Lee, Jean-François Abramatic
OpenStand
7 May
10-year Review of WSIS Report References OpenStand Initiative, Michelle HeathersW3C, OpenStand
ZD Net
6 May
Réactions plus + 20 ans du W3C Europe : sous les discours, des questions ?, Louis AdamW3C
ZDNet
6 May
20 ans du W3C Europe : sous les discours, des questions ? (20 years of W3C Europe: beneath the speeches, questions?), Louis AdamW3C, Tim Berners-Lee
PR Newswire
5 May
The American Foundation for the Blind Creates an Accessible Video Player and Makes It Available As a Free Download , W3C, World Wide Web Consortium, CSS, HTML, HTML5, HTML 5, Semantic Web, URI, URL, Web Services
INRIA
5 May
Jean-François Abramatic, 20 ans aux côtés du W3C, W3C
C# Corner
5 May
Evolution of Document Object Model (DOM), Hariprakash YadavW3C, CSS, DOM, Document Object Model, HTML, HTML 5, URI, URL, Web Services, XHTML, XML
v3.co.uk
1 May
Microsoft brings GitHub into Azure, unveils further developer enhancements, Daniel RobinsonW3C

April

Directions Magazine
30 April
OGC calls for participation in GeoSemantics Summit, W3C, HTML, Linked Data, OWL, Semantic Web, SPARQL, Spatial Data on the Web Working Group
VentureBeat
30 April
Mozilla wants to deprecate non-secure HTTP, will make proposals to W3C ‘soon’, Emil ProtalinskiHTTP, HTTPS, W3C, WebAppSec Working Group
Fortune
30 April
Firefox-maker Mozilla takes steps to make web surfing more secure, Robert HackettHTTP, HTTPS, W3C, WebAppSec Working Group
Tech Crunch
29 April
Wire, The Communications App Backed By Skype’s Co-Founder, Arrives On The Web, Sarah PerezWorld Wide Web Consortium, HTML, HTML5, WebRTC
Gottlieb Duttweiler Institut
29 April
Sir Tim nimmt Gottlieb Duttweiler Preis entgegen, Timothy Berners-Lee
Storify
28 April
Les 20 ans du W3C Europe, Groupement Français de l'Industrie de l'InformationW3C
App Developer Magazine
28 April
DevCon5 Will Delve Into HTML5 Concepts, Tools and Design in New York July 20-22, RICHARD HARRISARIA, CSS, HTML, HTML5, HTML 5, URI, WebRTC
ProgrammableWeb
28 April
W3C Publishes Updated Draft for Clipboard APIs and Events, Candice McMillanW3C, Clipboard API and events, WebRTC, HTML, Pointers Events, Vibration API, Geolocation API
Security Magazine
26 April
Fancy Firefox Features Reviewed, Ivana Baglama Apr 26th, 2015World Wide Web Consortium, CSS, CSS3, HTML, HTML5, HTTP, XHTML
Center for Democracy and Technology
22 April
Encrypting Government Websites, Joseph Lorenzo HallW3C, World Wide Web Consortium, HTTP
Streaming Media.com
22 April
YouTube's 'HTML5 First, Flash Second' Position Is Marketing Hype, Robert Reinhardt W3C, HTML, HTML5, WebRTC, EME
NACS Online
21 April
WHAT DOES THE FUTURE OF E-COMMERCE LOOK LIKE?, Payments, W3C
IP&TVNews
21 April
Kaltura unveils new HTML5 web app for Amazon Fire TV, Thomas Campbell HTML5, HTML
Banque.net
21 April
W3C travaille sur une normalisation des paiements web (W3C is working on the standardisation of web payments), W3C, Ian Jacobs, Web Payments
World TV PC
18 April
Microsoft’s New Spartan Browser Will Not Enable ‘Do Not Track’ By Default, TinayaDo No Track, W3C, Tracking Preference Expression
Journal of Biomedical Semantics
17 April
Capturing domain knowledge from multiple sources: the rare bone disorders use case, Tudor Groza, Tania Tudorache , Peter N Robinson, and Andreas ZanklW3C, World Wide Web Consortium, HTML, Linked Data, OWL, PROV, RDF, Resource Description Framework, Semantic Web, SKOS, Simple Knowledge Organization System, SPARQL, URI
PaymentsSource
17 April
Mobile, Web Payment Standards to Stem from Industry Collaboration [subscription], Bailey ReutzelIan Jacobs, Web payments activity, W3C, Tim Berners-Lee
Banque en ligne
15 April
Sites et applications de banques pour les déficients visuels et les handicapés moteurs (Sites and banking applications for the visually impaired and physically disabled), Joachim HachemW3C, Web Content Accessibility Guideline
CNET
14 April
Want fancy Firefox features? Secure your website, Stephen ShanklandW3C, Technical Architecture Group, HTTP
HTML5 Doctor
14 April
On HTML belts and ARIA braces (The Default Implicit ARIA semantics they didn’t want you to know about), Steve FaulknerHTML5, ARIA, accessibility, W3C
Business Wire
10 April
Research and Markets: WebRTC in Customer Service: Opportunities and Challenges 2015 , W3C, World Wide Web Consortium, WebRTC
Advertising Age
10 April
Debunked: Five Excuses for Dismissing Do Not Track, Jason KintDo No Track, W3C, Tracking Preference Expression
Lexology
9 April
Overdue accessibility compliance reports , Cathy ChandlerWorld Wide Web Consortium, Accessibility, WCAG, Web Content Accessibility Guidelines
ZDNet
9 April
Is Microsoft backtracking on tracking?, Mary BranscombeP3P (Platform for Privacy Preferences Project), Do Not Track, W3C
Blogo-numericus
8 April
Faire converger le web et le livre numérique, tout un programme ! (Converging Web and digital book, the name says it all), Marin DacosIvan Herman, W3C, Digital Publishing Interest Group
Hipertextual
7 April
9 sitios web interactivos que demuestran el grandioso poder de HTML5, Gabriela GonzálezHTML5, HTML
AdWeek
7 April
Big Viking Games CEO Details the Pros and Cons of HTML5, Brandy ShaulHTML5, HTML
com! professional
7 April
Internet Explorer und Spartan lassen tranken (Internet Explorer and Spartan leave tracking), Robert SchanzeW3C, Do Not Track
Ειδήσεις από την Ελλάδα και τον Κόσμο | MSN Ειδήσεις (News from Greece and the World | MSN News)
7 April
Ο Spartan δεν θα έχει ενεργοποιημένη τη ρύθμιση Do Not Track (The Spartan will not have enabled setting Do Not Track), Nikos KaimakamisDo No Track
GNT
7 April
Spartan et Internet Explorer : Microsoft recule sur l'anti-pistage (Spartan and Internet Explorer: Microsoft moves back on anti-tracking), Jérôme GarayDo Not Track, HTTP, W3C
ITespresso.fr
7 April
Microsoft rétropédale sur le Do Not Track (Microsoft backpedaling on Do Not Track), Clément Bohic Do Not Track, HTTP, W3C
Next INpact
7 April
Internet Explorer et Spartan n'activeront plus le DNT par défaut (Internet Explorer and Spartan will not activate the default DNT), Vincent HermannW3C, Do Not Track, Tracking Preference Expression
IT Pro
7 April
Microsoft turns off DNT in IE and Spartan by default, Clare HoppingW3C, Do Not Track, Tracking Preference Expression
lifehacker
7 April
Learn HTML5 from the W3C with This Free Course, Melanie PinolaHTML5, W3C, CSS, W3Cx
Phys.org
6 April
Do Not Track will be off default state in IE, Spartan, Nancy OwanoDo No Track, W3C, Tracking Preference Expression
Developpez.com
6 April
Do Not Track ne sera plus activé par défaut dans les navigateurs Microsoft (Do Not Track will not be enabled by default in Microsoft browsers), Romaric HinaultDo Not Track, HTTP, W3C
MacG.co
6 April
Plus de Do Not Track par défaut pour les navigateurs de Microsoft (No More Do Not Track by default for Microsoft browsers), Mickaël BazogeDo No Track, W3C
NetworkWorld
6 April
Microsoft flip-flop: Do Not Track to be off by default, Ms. SmithDo No Track, W3C, Tracking Preference Expression
India News Hub
4 April
Microsoft to stop enabling 'Do Not Track' on its future browsers by default, https://in.newshub.org/Do No Track, W3C
Sci-Tech Today
4 April
Microsoft Drops 'Do Not Track' Default in Browser , Jennifer LeClaireDo No Track, W3C
Tech Times
4 April
Microsoft Wants To Track You Again: Do Not Track No Longer Default In Future Web Browsers, Quintan PlummerDo No Track, W3C, Tracking Preference Expression
TechRadar Pro
4 April
Microsoft claims disabling Do Not Track will protect your browsing privacy, Chuong NguyenDo No Track, W3C
The Register
3 April
Microsoft drops Do Not Track default from Internet Explorer, Neil McAllisterW3C, Do Not Track
Microsoft on the issues Blog
3 April
An update on Microsoft’s approach to Do Not Track, Brendon LynchDo No Track, W3C
TechCrunch
3 April
Microsoft Disables “Do Not Track” As The Default Setting In Internet Explorer, Frederic LardinoisDo No Track, W3C
Department of Justice | Office of Public Affairs
2 April
Justice Department Reaches Settlement with edX Inc., Provider of Massive Open Online Courses, to Make its Website, Online Platform and Mobile Applications Accessible Under the Americans with Disabilities Act, Accessibility, Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0
PRNewswire
2 April
EdX Commits to Accessibility for Individuals with Disabilities, Accessibility, Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0, WCAG, W3C, WAI
Information Today, Inc.
2 April
W3C Will Provide MOOCs via edX, W3C, W3Cx, HTML5, Jeff Jaffe
Excite Japan
1 April
W3CがedXと連携し、HTML5のトレーニングコースをオンラインで開講 (W3C Launches First HTML5 Course in new partnership with edX), W3C, edX, HTML5

March

Alliancy le mag
31 March
Le W3C crée un cours HTML5 en partenariat avec edX (W3C creates HTML5 course in partnership with edX), Charlie PerreauW3C, HTML5, W3Cx, W3DevCampus
edX Blog
31 March
W3C Joins edX and Launches HTML5 MOOC, Rachel LapalW3C, HTML5, W3Cx, Tim Berners-Lee, Jeff Jaffe
WebTimeMedias
31 March
Sophia : le W3C lance son premier MOOC sur HTML5 (Sophia : le W3C lance son premier MOOC sur HTML5), Jean-Pierre LargilletW3C, HTML5, W3Cx, Jeff Jaffe, Marie-Claire Forgue, W3DevCampus
Heise online
27 March
Touch vs. Pointer: Googles Schlingerkurs bei Mobil-API (Touch vs. Pointer: Google's lurching in mobile API), Volker BrieglebPointer Events, W3C, Touch Events
Engadget
26 March
Google will fix Chrome's scrolling with Microsoft's help, Aaron SouppourisPointer Events, W3C
Heise online
26 March
Chromium soll Pointer Events unterstützen (hromium is to support Pointer Events), Henning BehmePointer Events, W3C, Touch Events
CNET
26 March
Microsoft nabs a Web win, in a tiff over touchscreens and mice, Stephen ShanklandPointer Events, Touch Events, Dominique Hazaël-Massieux, W3C
GNT
26 March
Rétropédalage : Chrome adopte une technologie d'IE, Jérôme GarayW3C, Pointer Events, Touch Events
The Register
26 March
Google promises Pointer Events support, with or without Apple, Tim AndersonPointer Events, W3C, Touch Events
ZDNet
26 March
Google is back on board with Pointer Events, but what about Apple?, Mary BranscombePointer Events, W3C, Touch Events

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Cover of Boston Globe magazine on MIT 150

— Ranking of W3C in Boston Global list of 150 important achievements associated with MIT. MIT is one of the organizations that "hosts" W3C; the others are ERCIM, Keio University, and Beihang University.