W3C

1997

December

Web Review
31 December
The XML Files, Dale DoughertyW3C
Computer Shopper
31 December
The Changing Faces of Dynamic HTML: Why Change?
Computer Shopper
31 December
The Changing Faces of Dynamic HTML: The DOM
Computer Shopper
31 December
The Changing Faces of Dynamic HTML: DHTML According to Microsoft
LAN Times
31 December
W3C Approves HTML 4.0 W3C
InfoWorld Electric
30 December
Newest HTML Spec Folds in Benefits of DHTML, Dana GardnerW3C
Web Review
26 December
Reader's Choice Poll XML, CSS
The Star-Ledger
23 December
Congress, Lawyers Will Try to Tame Net Frontier, K. Coughlin
San Diego Daily Transcript
23 December
World Wide Web Consortium Makes HTML Recommendation,W3C
C/net
23 December
HP, Others Endorse Color Standard, Paul FestaW3C
Wired News
22 December
Ten Ways to Make Browsers Better, Jeffrey Veen
PC Week
22 December
Making Net Management Easier, Jim RapozaHTML 4.0
Network World
22 December
Come and Get your Red-hot HTMLW3C
Internet Week
22 December
This Just In ... HTML 4.0 Gets Thumbs UpW3C
Internet Week
22 December
Insights & Incites, Richard KarpinskiXML
Internet Week
22 December
In Brief:� Office to Get HTML Tune-upHTML, XML
InfoWorld Electric
22 December
Who's Hot and Who's Not in the Industry? We Will Know Soon", Niall McKayXML
Computer World
22 December
Web Consortium Gives HTML 4.0 its Official Blessing, Sharon MachlisW3C
AnchorDesk
22 December
Standard shows its true colors, Robert LemosW3C
ZDNN
19 December
XML Moves Closer to Web Standardization, W3C
ZDNN
19 December
Making Net Management Easier, Jim RapozaW3C
ZDNN
19 December
HTML Soars Ahead
ZDNN
19 December
10 Technologies You Need in 1998: Dynamic HTML , DHTML, CSS, DOM
PCWeek Online
19 December
W3C OKs Next Generation HTML, M. Broersma
PC Magazine Online�
19 December
HTML 4.0 Gets the Go-Ahead , Sebastian RupleyW3C, Berners-Lee
Network World Canada
19 December
Technofocus:� War Casualties, Jacques SurveyerW3C
Network World
19 December
XML Seen Untangling the Web, XML
MacWeek
19 December
HTML Soars Ahead, A. Dudrow
Inter@ctive Week
19 December
Inter@ctive 101 Year in Review W3C
Computer World Canada
19 December
War Casualties, Jacques SurveyerW3C
ComputerWorld
19 December
W3C Releases HTML 4.0, P. Thibodeau
Computer Shopper
19 December
The Changing Faces of Dynamic HTML: XML DHTML
Newsbytes News Network
18 December
HTML 4.0 Nears, C. MenefeeW3C, S. Khudairi, HTML Validation Service
Internetnews
18 December
"W3C Officially Recommends HTML 4.0 Spec
Computing
18 December
W3C to Vote on Internet StandardW3C
Computer Weekly
18 December
Language is the Talking Point, Neil FawcettBerners-Lee
C/net
18 December
W3C Recommends HTML 4.0, E. Luening
TechWeb
17 December
"Human Rights Group Oppose Net Rating Rules, John BorlandW3C, PICS
Inter@ctive Week Online
17 December
Can Net Privacy Coexist With E-Commerce?, C. Guglielmo and W. Rodger
IDG News Service, Boston Bureau
17 December
Anti-Censorship Group Asks W3C to Reject PICS Addition, �W3C
Wired News
16 December
PICS Walks Fine Line on Net Filtering, Michael StutzPICSRules 1.1, J. Miller
PC Week Online
16 December
XML Continues Onward and Upward, Michael MoellerW3C
WebWeek
15 December
XML Enters Final Round for Standard, Nate ZelnickW3C
PC Week
15 December
Office to Gain HTML Support, Lloyd GrayXML, HTML
PC Week
15 December
New Tools Fire Up XML, Michael MoellerW3C
Network World
15 December
Web Ratings Debated at Internet Online Summit, Ellen MessmerPICS
Network World
15 December
Microsoft Gains XML Allies, Scott LajoieW3C
Network World
15 December
Intranet Applications, Ellen MessmerW3C, PICS
Network World
15 December
Dynamic HTML: A Useful Standard Remains Elusive, W3Ce
Macweek
15 December
W3C Approves XMLW3C
Internet Week
15 December
First XML Tools Hit Market, �W3C
Inter@ctive Week
15 December
XML Moves Closer to Web Standardization, James E. GaskinW3C
InfoWorld
15 December
XML Gets Even Closer to the Web, Lynda Radosevich and Dana GardnerW3C
Computer World
15 December
Adobe Adopts XMLXML
The Atlanta Journal; The Atlanta Constitution
12 December
Computer firms adopt privacy safeguards ...,�W3C
Computer Weekly
11 December
A Vision of The Future From Web Founder's Crystal Ball,Berners-Lee
Computer Weekly
11 December
Newsmaker Tim Berners-Lee:World-Wide Webmaster Makes Corporate Killing, David BicknellBerners-Lee
Inter@ctive Week
9 December
No Sacred Trust: Personal Data Up For Grabs, C. Gugelimo
InfoWorld Electric
9 December
XML Spec Gains Momentum with W3C Recommendation, Dana GardnerW3C
Computer Reseller News
9 December
Spinning Out a Better Web Site -- Extensible Markup Langugage Promises, to Lend New Structure to Internet Pages, Under the Tutelage of the World Wide Web Consortium
C/net
9 December
XML Close to Standard, � Alex Lash
The Atlanta Journal, The Atlanta Constitution, Greensboro News & Record
9 December
Computer Firms Adopt Privacy Safeguards Code of Conduct Asks Internet Marketers..., A. J. Glass
The Wall Street Journal
8 December
The Internet: Does Anything Go?� Limiting free speech on the Net: Five players debate the issue,
Web Week
8 December
Web Execs Urge Action to Protect Kids Online, Kathleen MurphyPICS
The Wall Street Journal
8 December
Debate: Does Anything Go?, Thomas E. WeberPICS
TechWeb
8 December
Web Consortium to Recommend New Standard, A. CraigW3C, XML
The New York Times
8 December
'Browser War' Limits Access To Web Sites, S. Lohr
Inter@ctive Week
8 December
25 Unsung Heroes of the NetBerners-Lee, Dan Connolly
C/net
8 December
Toolset Eases building with XML XML, W3C
The New York Times
7 December
Highway Patrol: The Self-Appointed Cops of the Information Age,, PICS
WebReview
5 December
XML and CSS , M. Maloney
WebReview
5 December
XML: Can the Desperate Perl Hacker Do It?, M. Leventhal
WebReview
5 December
A Tale of Two DOMs
WebReview
5 December
One Web. One Standard. One Plea, C. Toporek
Media Daily
5 December
Safety Online: Will It Impede Free Speech?, � R. McGintyW3C, PICS
The Guardian OnLine Page�
4 December
Computing and the Net: From tags to riches, K. WilsonW3C, HTML
Computer Weekly
4 December
Fatherly Advice...Global Network
PC Week Online
3 December
HP, VeriFone, EDS Launch Global Commerce Initiative, J. KerstetterW3C, JEPI
Family PC online
3 December
PICS as a part of the available technologies for safeguarding kids on the NetPICS
Techwire
2 December
Net Nanny CEO Wants Education, Not Legislation
Techwire
2 December
Internet Companies Jump On Child-Safe Bandwagon,
Techwire
2 December
First Amendment Advocates Launch Watchdog Group,
Boston Globe Online
2 December
Firms Take Voluntary Steps to Sheild Minors on Internet, H. BrayW3C, PICS
PC Week
1 December
W3C Proposes Content Labeling StandardsW3C, PICS
InfoWorld Electric
1 December
Vendors to Push XML as All-Purpose Web Middleware Format, L. RadosevichXML
Forbes Magazine
1 December
The Founder's Message.,Berners-Lee
Computer Reseller News
1 December
Spinning Out a Better Web Site, Darryl K. TaftW3C

November

Mass High Tech
30 November
W3C Drafts Multimedia LanguageW3C
MacUser
28 November
World Wide Web Consortium Proposes HTML 4.0W3C
Computer Weekly
27 November
W3C Puts HTML Out for ReviewW3C
PC Magazine
26 November
Synchronized Surfing,
New Media
24 November
Up Close and Personal, Dana BlankenhornW3C
Network World
24 November
XML Seen Untangling the Web, Paul McNamara
InternetWeek
24 November
Extend the Web: An XML Primer, Thomas A. PowellW3C
InfoWorld
24 November
Intra.doc Accesses Web Legacy Documents, Dana GardnerW3C
Information Week
24 November
XML Gets a Push -- Vendors Prepare Tool Announcements; Language Moves Closer to Standard, Gregory DaltonW3C, XML
Mass High Tech
23 November
Net's Top 40 Cheer Their Hits, Dyke HendricksonBerners-Lee
PC Week
20 November
W3C Releases Final HTML 4.0 Spec to a Vote, Michael MoellerW3C
Computing
20 November
The Name Game, Dean StreetBerners-Lee
ENT
19 November
DOM's First Draft is Out,W3C
InternetWeek
18 November
HTML 4.0 Becomes A Standard
PC
18 November
Web Markup Matures with HTML 4.0, Neil RandallW3C
PC
18 November
The Future of the Web: Dynamic HTML, Larry SeltzerBerners-Lee
PC
18 November
Face Off W3C
Web Week
17 November
Software Briefs: HTML 4.0 Spec Is up for Vote W3C
Web Week
17 November
HTML 4.0 Spec is Up For VoteW3C
PC Week
17 November
W3C Releases Final HTML 4.0 Spec to a Vote, Michael MoellerW3C, HTML 4.0, SMIL, CSS2
NetworkWorld
17 November
A Web Page Authoring Winner, Lee SchlesingerHTML
NetworkWorld
17 November
The Problem With Findability, S. BradnerW3C
InternetWeek
17 November
Weaving the Web Fantastic, Rich SantalesaW3C
InternetWeek
17 November
How We Tested, Rick SantelesaW3C, CSS
InternetWeek
17 November
Constructing a Richer Web: Specs Bring Tighter Design Control and Greater Media Integration, Richard KarpinskiW3C, Hakon Lie, CSS, SMIL, HTML 4.0
InfoWorld
17 November
SMIL Specification to Bring TV-Like Content to the Web,W3C, SMIL
ComputerWorld New Zealand
17 November
Web Body Announces Initial Draft of Style Sheet Standard, James NiccolaiW3C, CSS2
Computer Reseller News
17 November
Project Results Aim To Ensure Privacy On Web , W3C, P3P
Computer Reseller News
17 November
No Limit: The Need for speed -- Speed, Color Growth Areas In Printer Arena, W. HerschW3C
PC Week
14 November
ESD: Not Content With Push, Paul MontgomeryW3C
Computer Weekly
13 November
Research Into the Future:� MITBerners-Lee, MIT LCS
Computer Weekly
13 November
BloopersI. Ritchie, Berners-Lee
ZD NET Anchor Desk
12 November
Take Control of the Internet", Jesse BerstW3C
Wired On-Line
11 November
HTML 4.0 Moves Forward
InfoWorld
11 November
Web Consortium Puts Forward HTML 4.0 Recommendation, S. Lawson
Information Week
11 November
Working on Web ManipulationW3C
c|net
11 November
Correction on "HTML 4.0 Closer to Standard
Anchordesk
11 November
W3C Panel Advances Spec for Multimedia Content, L. EnbyskSMIL
WebWeek
10 November
W3C Spec Adds Structure to Web, Nate ZelnickW3C
WebWeek
10 November
W3C Proposal Would Unify Multimedia Formats, Nate ZelnickW3C, Philipp Hoschka, Synchronized Multimedia
Time Magazine
10 November
Keeping Tabs Online: Doing Business On The Net Is Hard Because The Underlying Software Is So Dumb. XML Will Fix That!, M. KrantzXML
NetworkWorld
10 November
World Wide Web Consortium Announced Public Draft of CSS 2,W3C, CSS 2
NetworkWorld
10 November
Tips for Designing Disabled-Friendly Web Pages, Lauren Gibbons PaulW3C, WAI
InternetWeek
10 November
W3C Moves on WebPrivacyW3C, P3P
InternetWeek
10 November
Something Is Missing Between Web and ERP, W3C
InfoWorld
10 November
Web-Authoring Tool Embraces XML Specs, Lynda RadosevichCSS, XML
InfoWorld
10 November
Top of the News: New Language Aims to Boost Web Video,SMIL, W3C
InfoWorld
10 November
Style-Sheet Standard Set, Lynda RadosevichW3C, CSS 2
PCWeek
7 November
Standards Aim to Tame the Web, Eamonn SullivanW3C
MediaDaily
6 November
W3C Unveils Style Sheet Draft W3C, CSS2
Internet Week
6 November
Style Sheets Spec Cemented, R. KarpinskiW3C, CSS2, Hakon Lie
Internetnews.com
6 November
W3C Releases Draft of Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language, SMIL, W3C
c|net
6 November
Spec to Bring TV-Like Content to Net W3C
VarBusiness
5 November
The Net's Come a Long Way, Baby, Krista OstertagW3C
PC
4 November
Trends: Let Consumers Govern the Net, Carol LevinW3C
PCWeek On-Line
3 November
DOJ is Trying to Solve the Wrong Problem, Bill MachroneW3C
MacWeek
3 November
XML Format May Fortify Web Content, Andrea Dudrow and Joanna PearlsteinW3C
InternetWeek
3 November
The New Internet EDI,XML
ABIX - Australian Business Intelligence
3 November
Aussie Lab Helps Set Standard, A. LynchW3C, RMIT
Mass High Tech
2 November
W3C Begins Effort to Make Web Available to AllBerners-Lee
London Sunday Times
2 November
Divide and Conquer, M. PriggW3C
VarBusiness
1 November
The Net's Come a Long Way, Baby, Krista OstertagArchie, Berners-Lee
VarBusiness
1 November
Wired
VarBusiness
1 November
Letter From Aspen", Blocking Software Triggers a Rocky Mountain High, Andrew L. ShapiroPICS

October

PC Week
31 October
Block Sex Sites, Paul MontgomeryPICS
USA Today
29 October
Briefly . . .W3C, HTML 4.0
PC Week
29 October
Controlling Net Usage Effectively with Tattleware, Eamonn SullivanW3C
WebWeek
28 October
Q&A: MSNBC's James Kinsella How the News Business Is Adapting to the Internet, N. WangW3C
Network World
28 October
The Good Old Days: Browser Veterans Reminisce, S. GittlenW3C, Amaya
c|net
28 October
A Smarter distribution Tool, M. RicciutiXML
Mass High Tech
27 October
W3C Begins Effort to Make Web Available to AllTim Berners-Lee, WAI
PC Week
24 October
W3C Issues Draft Spec for HTML ModelW3C
TelecomWorldWire
23 October
NSF Invests in Web Accessibility for the Disabled"W3C, WAI
Newsbytes News Network
23 October
Internet Content Filtering Conference Set For DC, Bill PietruchaW3C, PICS
Multimedia Daily
23 October
W3C Encourages Research for Disabled,W3C, WAI, IPO
Reuter Financial Report
22 October
Internet to Become Far More Accessible to Disabled, Aaron PressmanW3C, Judy Brewer
The Improper Bostonian
22 October
The N Files: The Internet Top 40", Dianne JenningsTim Berners-Lee
Business Wire - Washington
22 October
W3C Launches International Program Office for Web Accessibility InitiativeIPO, WAI
Data Communications
21 October
Spinning the Web, Tim Berners-LeeBerners-Lee
Web Week
20 October
W3C Publishes First DOM DraftsW3C
PC Week
20 October
W3C Issues Draft Spec for HTML Object Model,W3C, DOM
Internet Week
20 October
XML Rigged for Commerce, Richard KarpinskiW3C
ComputerWorld New Zealand
20 October
W3C Releases Draft of Document SpecW3C
Computer Dealer News
20 October
HTML Players Caught in Battle Seen as Survival of the Fittest, Nate ZelnickW3C, Chris Lilley
Information Week
14 October
The Gate KeepersBerners-Lee, Abramatic
Information Week
14 October
Deliverance Gets Pushy, Geof WheelrightW3C
PC Week
13 October
Playing by Two Sets of Rules, Eamonn SullivanW3C
MacWeek
13 October
HTML Caught in Browser Crossfire, April StreeterW3C
LAN Times
13 October
Getting Something for Nothing, Bradley F. ShimminW3C
LAN Times
13 October
"Faster Net: New Version of HTTP, W3C
Internet Week
13 October
Macromedia Bridges the Language Gap, Matthew FriedmanDHTML
InfoWorld
13 October
W3C Releases Draft of Document Specification, Andrew FosterW3C
InfoWorld
13 October
Speak my LanguageW3C
InformationWeek
13 October
XML Offers Standard Way of Extending HTML, Don KielyW3C
InformationWeek
13 October
OPS: Answer to Cookies?, Gregory DaltonW3C, P3
Electronic Engineering Times
13 October
W3CW3C
New Media Age
9 October
Web Content Rating System Gets BoostPICS
M.I.T. Tech Talk
8 October
Tim Berners-Lee,W3C
Federal Computer Week
6 October
Acquisition Answer ManW3C, WAI
Communications Week
6 October
Standards Body Ponders Over Push, Kenneth CukierW3C
Computer Weekly
2 October
Why Simplicity is the Best Policy,W3C, Berners-Lee
O'Reilly xml.com
2 October
Building XML Parsers for Microsoft's IE4, David SchachXML working group, W3C, XML, HTML, DOM, URL
O'Reilly xml.com
2 October
XML: From Bytes to Characters, Bert BosXML, HTML, URL, MathML, XML Working Group
O'Reilly xml.com
2 October
The Evolution of Web Documents, Adam RifkinXML, HTML, Tim Berners-Lee, PICS, MathML, W3C
O'Reilly xml.com
2 October
The Web is Ruined and I Ruined it, David SiegelHTML, XML, Tim Berners-Lee, W3C, CSS, PNG
O'Reilly xml.com
2 October
XML, Java, and the Future of the Web, Jon BosakXML, W3C, HTML, CSS

September

Financial Times
30 September
Easier Designs for the Net, George ColeTim Berners-Lee, Jim Miller
InternetWeek
29 September
The Power of the DOM, Thomas A. PowellDocument Object Model
PCWeek
22 September
Microsoft Preps Users for IE4.0, Michael MoellerW3C
InternetWeek
22 September
Tivoli and Marimba Push Management Market, Tim WilsonW3C
InternetWeek
22 September
Titans Diverge on HTML Implementations, Richard KarpinskiDOM
InternetWeek
22 September
A Tangled Web of Standards, Richard KarpinskiW3C
InternetWeek
22 September
"Scriptlets Vie With Java for Web Development, Amy Rogers
InfoWorld
15 September
XML Initiatives Take Shape, Linda RadosevichW3C
InfoWorld
15 September
Tivoli and Marimba Team Up to Deliver, Manage Software, Emily FutzoloffW3C
PC
9 September
The Browser Push is On,W3C
PC Week
8 September
Go Webserver Just Plain Solid, Jim RapozaPICS
The Net
8 September
Netscape Takes Standard Control, Alex LashW3C, Sally Khudairi
InternetWeek
8 September
Markup Evolution, Web-Style, Richard KarpinskyW3C
Computer Reseller News
8 September
Internet Security: Being Wired Has Its Price
Network News
3 September
Civil Rights Group Slams Net Rating, Janice McGinnPICS
PC Week
1 September
Marimba, Novadigm in Push Spar, et alTim Berners-Lee
The New York Times
1 September
On the Net: Some News Organizations Take Umbrage at Rating Their On-line Sites,PICS
NetworkWorld
1 September
Through the Java Looking Glass, Chris NerneyW3C
InfoWorld
1 September
XML a la Microsoft, Lynda RadosevichW3C
InfoWorld
1 September
Marimba, Friends Support Data Replication Protocol, Linda RadosevichW3C
InternetWeek
1 September
Steering the Net's Future CourseJean-Fran�ois Abramatic
InternetWeek
1 September
The Driving Force Behind the WebTim Berners-Lee

May

Web Review
30 May
Microsoft's Sense of Style: CSS1 and Internet Explorer, Dale DoughertyW3C, CSS
PC Magazine
27 May
HTML Gets a Jolt W3C, HTML
Boston Herald
27 May
Companies Team Up to Protect Internet Privacy, David E. KalishW3C
PC Week
26 May
Dynamic HTML Should Ease Web Animation, Interactivity, Herb BethoneyW3C
The New York Times
26 May
Industry Group to Offer Standards for Privacy on Internet, Steve LohrW3C
The Boston Globe
26 May
Netscape to Propose Personal Data Standards for WebW3C
Wired News
23 May
Metadata, Sooner or Later, Simson GarfinkelTim Berners-Lee, W3C, PICS, XML
Web Week
19 May
Net is Not Immune to Year 2000 Concerns, Study Says, Bronwyn FryerW3C
Web Week
19 May
Designing the Look-and-Feel with New Style, Michael NolanCSS
Web Week
19 May
Dr. Website: Many Sound Programs Are Available to Convert '.WAV' Files to the '.AU' Format, CSS
US News & World Report
19 May
News You Can Use: Personal Tech Catching a View of the Web, Robin M. BennefieldW3C, WAI
Time Magazine
19 May
The Man Who Invented the Web, Robert WrightTim Berners-Lee, W3C
Network World
19 May
Message Queue: Puzzling Position, Bede McCallW3C
Information Week
19 May
XML is the Future of HTML, Jason LevittHTML
ZD Internet Magazine
14 May
Not Where to Cruise, But What to Use, Melanie McMullenW3C, Tim Berners-Lee
PC Magazine
14 May
The Freeware Alternatives, Sean GonzalesW3C
NEWSwatch
14 May
Unwired Planet Announces HDML 2.0 SpecificationHTML, W3C
c|net
13 May
HTML Goes to the Handhelds, Nick Wingfield
ZD Internet Magazine
12 May
Internet Judgement Day, Angela GunnTim Berners-Lee
PC Week
12 May
Making Computers Accessible to All, Peter Coffee
Information Week
12 May
Scripting Journal World Wide Web Journal
Informatiques Magazine
9 May
XML veut detroner le langage HTML W3C, XML
c|net
8 May
HTML: Tips and Tricks, Donald St. JohnHTML, W3C
Wired News
6 May
A Cougar in Your Cache?, Jeffrey VeenHTML
PC Magazine
6 May
Talk About PushyW3C, "push" content
Web Week
5 May
The Sad Lesson of the 404, Robert HertzbergW3C, Web history
Web Week
5 May
New Document Object Model Is Basis for Microsoft DHTML, Nate ZelmnickDynamic HTML
Inter@ctive Week
5 May
PICS Rating System Off to Slow Start, Will RodgerPICS
Inter@ctive Week
5 May
Direct Marketers Cryptic on Privacy Concerns, Will RodgerDMA, privacy
Windows Magazine
1 May
News Briefs W3C
NetGuide
1 May
Policy -- Washington Update, Kate GerwigW3C, security
NetGuide
1 May
Microsoft's Internet Explorer 4.0 Beta Hits the Street Running, Tim HaightW3C, Microsoft, DHTML
NetGuide
1 May
Internet Explorer 4.0 -- Will Microsoft Squash its Rivals?, Timothy HaightW3C, CDF
NetGuide
1 May
Access -- HTTP 1.1: The New Pipeline, Kate GerwigW3C, HTTP 1.1
Database
Reviews of Recent WritingsReview of World Wide Web Journal, Volume 1, Issue 4
CXP Informations
L'administration des reseaux Intranet: un nouveau marche, Muriel GuenonW3C, HTTP, HTML

April

The New York Times, CyberTimes
30 April
The Effort to Raise Awareness of Web Accessibility for the Disabled, Sandeep JunnarkarW3C, WAI
PCWeek
28 April
XML Will Take the Web to the Next Level, Eamonn SullivanXML, W3C
NetworkWorld
28 April
The End of the Open WebJohn Gallant, W3C, push
Informatiques Online
25 April
PNG, standard graphique sans marche, Jason LevittPNG, W3C
Informatique
25 April
HTTP 1.1 accelere le chargement des fichiers Web, HTTP
Computer Weekly, UK
24 April
Go On, You Can Ask Me Anything, David BicknellW3C, WAI
TechWire
23 April
Take Back the Web, Says Creator, Douglas HaywoodTim Berners-Lee, W3C
PC Magazine
22 April
W3C: The World Wide Web Consortium, Tom GiebelW3C, HTML
PC Magazine
22 April
In-Your-Face Browsing, Edward Mendelson and Brian NadelMicrosoft and Netscape browsers
PC Week
21 April
Netcaster is Ready for Broadcast, Michael MoellerW3C, Netscape and Microsoft
Information Week
21 April
PNG Slow to Gain Approval, Jason LevittW3C, PNG
Information Week
21 April
More Options for Push Software, Jason LevittMicrosoft and Netscape, push software
Communications Week
21 April
Browsers in the Ring -- Heavyweights Microsoft and Netscape Square Off Again with a New Round of Beta Upgrades, Gregory S. SmithW3C
Mass High Tech
20 April
W3C Unveils a Cure for Web Crawl, Dyke HendricksonW3C, PICS, CSS, HTTP, PNG
Le Monde Informatique
18 April
Netscape reconnait XML, Cyril DehnXML
Computer Weekly, UK
17 April
Experts Propose Help for Web Users
TechInvestor
16 April
The Quest for a Standard, Larry Dignanstandards, W3C, Microsoft and Netscape
On Line Journal
15 April
Le W3C Facilite l'acces des handicapes au webW3C, WAI
Network Computing
15 April
HTML: Bright Spot in Netscape's Constellation, Christy Hudgins-BonafieldW3C, Netscape's HTML
Le Temps des Ordinateurs
15 April
Pics: l'industrie fait le menage sur le WebW3C, PICS
PCWEEK
14 April
Markup Language Takes HTML to Task, Michael MoellerSGML, HTML, W3C
Inter@ctive Week
14 April
The World Wide Web Consortium..W3C
Computer World
14 April
Web Group to Help DisabledW3C, WAI
ZD Net AnchorDesk
11 April
Microsoft, Netscape Feud Puts HTML's Future at Risk, Jesse BerstW3C, Microsoft and Nescape, HTML
Le Monde Informatique
11 April
WAI notice
Informatique
11 April
Channel Definition Format: pour que le "push" se normalise, Karine SolovieffCDF, W3C, push
Electronique International
10 April
Dassault entre dans le capital de GemplusW3C
Computer Weekly
10 April
Five-point plan aims to help disabled Web Users, David BicknellWAI
ZD Internet Magazine
9 April
W3C Seeks to Enhance Web Functionality for Disabled WAI
PC Week Online
9 April
Presentation Issues Dominate W3C Conference, Michael MoellerCSS
ENT
9 April
Doing it with Style, Mark McFaddenW3C, CSS
TechWire
8 April
Web Consortium Retains Influence, Margie SemilofW3C, Jim Miller, WebTV
Web Week
7 April
Tensions Persist Over Integration of CORBA and Java, David F.Carr, Berners-Lee, W3C, Corba and Java
TechWire
7 April
Web Initiative opens Info Bahn to All WAI
PC Week
7 April
Controlling Net Usage Effectively With Tattleware, Eamonn SullivanPICS, W3C
Internet Professionnel La Lettre
7 April
Dynamic HTML integredynamic HTML, W3C
Inter@ctive Week
7 April
Directions Differ On Dynamic HTML, Karen RodriguezHTML
InformationWeek
7 April
Rift Over HTML's Dynamics, Jason LevittW3C, Microsoft and Netscape, DOM
c|net
7 April
WWW6: Evangelizing Connectivity, Courtney MacavintaWAI
Wired News
5 April
Tech Equity for Disabled on HorizonWAI
Informatique
4 April
Microsoft satisfait de son serveur Frontpage 97W3C
Computer Weekly, UK
4 April
XMLXML
Computer Weekly
3 April
When Push Comes to Shove, David BicknellW3C, push
On Line Journal
1 April
AgendaW3C
Network Computing
1 April
Who Will Make the Standards?, Christy Hudkins-BonafieldHTML, W3C
Network Computing
1 April
Is it Time to Spring-Clean the Internet?, Christy Hudgins-BonafieldPICS
Information Week
1 April
COMDEX/UK '97: Methods for the MillenniumComdex, Tim Berners-Lee
Industrie De L'Information
1 April
Dynamic HTML integreW3C, Dynamic HTML

March

Infoworld
31 March
Replace the 'Net's Old Pipes with Shiny HTTP 1.1 for Few Floods, Fast Downloads, Bob MetcalfeHTTP 1.1
Infoworld
31 March
Dynamic HTML up against Java, Bob Trottdynamic HTML
Computer Reseller News
31 March
Finally, Just What the Doctor Ordered, Mark Stahlmanreview of Dertouzos' book
Le Monde Informatique
28 March
Netscape va proposer...W3C
Washington Business Journal
27 March
Big Brother Can Watch While You Surf the Net, William S. GalkinPICS
Web Week
24 March
XML Could Sidestep HTML Split, Liora AlschulerW3C, HTML, XML
Web Week
24 March
New W3C Browser Supports HTTP/1.1W3C, HTTP/1.1
Web Week
24 March
Java Heads to Standards Board, Jeremy CarlInternet Standards
Interactive Week
24 March
Coalition Calls for Browser Privacy, Will RodgerP3 W3C CDT
Computerworld
24 March
What Will Be, Steve AlexanderInterview with Michael Dertouzos
CommunicationsWeek
24 March
The Pull of Web's Push -- Microsoft Proposes its API as the Standard on the 'Net, John FontanaMicrosoft and Netscape, W3C, standards
Le Monde Informatique
21 March
HTML/XML, le schisme?, Cyril DheninXML HTML
Informatique
21 March
Le Push et la video a l'honneurW3C CDF
Computer Weekly
20 March
Microsoft Pushes for New Standard, David BicknellW3C
Computing, Spain
19 March
El Protocolo HTTP Reduce las Velocidades de Transmision, Oski GoldfrydW3C, HTTP/1.1
PC Week
18 March
Big Net Push is On at Microsoft, Fiona HarveyW3C
Web Week
17 March
New Web Server Blasts Pages Accross the Net, Ellis BookerHTTP/1.1
Web Week
17 March
Microsoft Leans into Push, Nate ZelnickW3C
Web Week
17 March
Dr. Website: Making Framed Sites User-Friendly for Search EnginesPICS
Lan Times
17 March
Static Free: Microsoft's Dynamic HTML Beats W3C to the Punch, Doug van KirkDynamic HTML, W3C
Infoworld
17 March
Microsoft Tries Out Standard Push, Jim BalderstonW3C, Microsoft, HTML
Decision Micro & Reseaux
17 March
Nouvel episode de la bataille Microsoft-NetscapeMicrosoft and Netscape
Network Computing
15 March
Take Two and Call Me in the Morning, Robert MoskowitzW3C, Microsoft and Netscape, HTTP
La Lettre De Strategie Sante
15 March
Internet explique
PC Magazine
14 March
HTML Gets a Jolt, Angela HickmanW3C, Dave Ragget, HTML, API, dHTML
Computing
13 March
From the Inner Circle, Ian Alexanderreview of World Wide Web Journal
Wired Ventures
12 March
The Joy of CSS: Deliver Us from Tables, Simson GarfinkelCSS & HTML
The Wall Street Journal Europe
10 March
The Web Gap, Interviews with Berners-Lee and Dertouzos
The Wall Street Journal Europe
10 March
The User's Manual: The Web GapTim Berners-Lee & Michael Dertouzos
The Wall Street Journal Europe
10 March
Browser Giants Vie Over 'Dynamic HTML', Aimed at Making Web More User-Friendly, Don ClarkMicrosoft, Netscape
TR Letter du Cable/Services en Lignes
10 March
Une 'Charte de l'Internet' pour la Franceconseil de l'Internet, Commission Beaussant
Communications Week
10 March
Corporate 'Net Affinity Tops Agenda, Martin Marshall and John Evan FrookInternet World Trade Show
Baltimore Business Journal
6 March
Think You're Alone? Don't Be So Certain, William S. GalkinInternet security
Computer Weekly, UK,
6 March
Net Speak - PNGPNG
Network News
5 March
Personal Email, Andrew CharlesworthInterview with Simon Grice
Network News
5 March
Http software within browsers will reduce download times
Inter@ctive Week
5 March
Netscape & The Net: Secure But Open-Minded, Tim ClarkHTTP
ENT
5 March
WWW Consortium Endorses V3.2 SpecificationHTML 3.2, W3C
WebWeek
3 March
Browsers Get Closer, But Incompatibilities Remain, Nate ZelnickW3C
PC Week
3 March
Net Protocol Duo On Upgrade Path, Michael MoellerHTTP
InfoWorld
3 March
W3C preps XML despite Netscape's snub, Lynda RadosevichW3C, HTML
Informatiques Magazine
1 March
IIOP transporte les objets sur le Web, Guy HervierHTTP, W3C

February

Le Monde Informatique
28 February
XML: un pas en avant pour l'edition sur le Web!, Clarisse BurgXML
Affiches de Grenoble
28 February
Consortium W3CW3C
Inter@active Week
27 February
Planned Hypertext Overhaul to Speed Up Web, Connie GugliemoW3C, HTTP
MacWEEK
26 February
Webmasters Unfazed by New HTML Specs, Tonya EngstW3C, HTML
Atlanta Journal
23 February
Personal Technology - Sharp projector lets you see the big picture, Michael E. DanellHTML
Apache Week
21 February
Apache in the News W3C
Les Echos
20 February
Francois Fillon: "Nous ne voulons pas d'un duopole des telecommunications en France, Propos recueillis par Philippe EscandeInterview with Fillon, France Telecom
International Herald Tribune
18 February
Promising a Faster Web with New Software, John MarkoffHTTP/1.1
The New York Times
17 February
New Software Expected to Cut Web Delays, John MarkoffW3C
Executives
14 February
GRIFSylviane Goaziou rejoins W3C...
Electronique International Heb
13 February
Des Specifications pour Federer les Methodes de Paiement ElectroniqueW3C, Jepi
PC Week
11 February
Flagging Story, Richard SarsonTim Berners-Lee
Online Reporter
10 February
Vendors Agree On Digital Signature DesignW3C, PICS, DSig, Philip DesAutels
Computergram International
8 February
Digital Signature Initiative Readies DSig ModelDSig
TechWire
7 February
Web Creator Spins His Own Web For Future, Amy RogersTim Berners-Lee
Le Monde Informatique
7 February
Le NCSA arrete MosaicMosaic
Informatique
7 February
La Definition officielle de HTML 3.2 est enfin sortie, Karine SolovieffHTML 3.2, W3C
Electronique International Heb
6 February
W3C, HTML
Le Temps Des Ordinateurs
5 February
Internet/intranet: ou en sont les protocoles? trop peu d'interaction entre HTTP 1.0. et TCP, Internet protocol
PC Week
3 February
Web Site Ratings --Shame on Most of Us, Mark Van Name and Bill CatchingsPICS
Information Week
3 February
HTML Standard Set, But Vendors May Still Add Extension, Richard AdhikariHTML
DM News
3 February
DMA Joins Global Web Consortium, Jane EverhartW3C, DMA
Decision Micro & Reseaux
3 February
Des images de qualite pour graphistes internautes, Marie GannageGIF, JPEG, graphics
Mass High Tech
2 February
W3C endorses new HTML specification, Dyke HendricksonW3C, HTML
Mass High Tech
2 February
W3C endorses new HTML specification, Dyke HerdricksonW3C and HTML
ZD Internet Magazine
1 February
Database Traffic Taxes HTTP and CGI, W3C
PC Week
Smart Cards are SET, Jim Kerstetter and Scott BerinatoW3C, JEPI, SET
Technologies Bancaires Magazine
Securiser les transactions sur Internet: la bataille des logiciels (1), Pascal ThuotSecurity
Ingenieur der Kommunikationstechnik
Empfehlungen fuer Form der Web-SeitenCSS1
Documentaliste Sciences De L'Information
Outils Pour L'InternetPICS

January

Distribution Hebdo
30 January
Existe-t-il un standard international de securisation sur Internet?
Computer Weekly
30 January
JEPIJEPI
C|Net
28 January
Berners-Lee backs how-to site, Dawn YoshitakeTim Berners-Lee
The Wall Street Journal Europe
27 January
Cryptography: A Key to Growth -- and Crime, Nicholas BrayCryptography, W3C
InfoWorld
27 January
IS Survival Guide - Centralize rules, decentralize policing, and become efficient, Bob LewisTim Berners-Lee
InfoWorld
27 January
HTML version formally sanctioned by W3C, Lynda RadosevichHTML, W3C
Le Monde Informatique
24 January
Qui controle les standards du Reseau?, Charles de LaubierW3C and standards
Le Monde Informatique
24 January
Les standards qui bougent, Clarisse BurgerW3C and standards
Le Monde Informatique
24 January
La loi du plus fort va-t-elle s'imposer?, Patrice Aron and Cyril Dheninprotocol, W3C
Le Monde Informatique
24 January
Comment se prennent les decisions?, Charles de LaubierW3C and Abramatic
Le Monde Informatique
24 January
Commerce electronique: l'influence croissante de Commercenet, Charles de LaubierCommercenet, W3C
Informatique
24 January
Quel est l'interet de devenir membre du consortium Web?, Yves PeynaudW3C
Computer Week
24 January
Green light for spec, Andy Patrizio and Paul MontgomeryHTML
The City Page
22 January
Bosses Put The Bite On Surfing, Dale ArchibaldPICS
Webweek
20 January
W3C Agrees On Composite SpecW3C, HTML 3.2, and HTML 4.0
PC Week
20 January
W3C Endorses HTML 3.2, Talila BaronW3C, HTML
Network World
20 January
Closing KeynoteTim Berners-Lee
EE Times
20 January
News, Farry LangeW3C, HTML
Computer Reseller News
20 January
Internet fever: The thrill is gone, Barbara DarrowTim Berners-Lee
Mass High Tech
19 January
Mainspring to offer Internet Solutions, Dyke HendricksonTim Berners-Lee
Informatique
17 January
Modifier les Pages Web en ligne grace a Dynamic HTML, Karine SolovieffW3C, Dynamic HTML
Interactive Daily
16 January
HTML 3.2 and W3C
C|Net
16 January
HTML 3.2 and W3C
ZD Internet Magazine
15 January
Prepare Now for HTML Judgement Day, Annette HamiltonW3C, HTML
Optoroute
15 January
PICS: recommandation du W3CW3C, PICS
NetWork Computing
15 January
Serving Up HTML Documents On The Web, and Josh LinderHTML, W3C, HTTP
USA Today High-Tech
13 January
State of the Web: Once obscure, now mainstream Tim Berners-Lee
USA Today High-Tech
13 January
Blocking Controls Let Technology Do the Policing Job, Leslie MillerPICS
MacWeek
13 January
Apple's NeXT thing is also on the Internet, Adam C. EngstTim Berners-Lee
Washington Technology
9 January
The West Web Sites for '97W3C
InfoWorld Electric
8 January
Tech Update Indexing Services Proliferate On Web, Nick WingfieldQuote from Dan Connolly
InfoWorld Electric
8 January
From the Ether - Will Netscape Eat Its Hat Over Claims It Was Too Busy For Web Conference, Bob MetcalfeWWW4, W3C
Computergram International
7 January
Style Sheets will speed up the Web says the World Wide Web ConsortiumCSS, HTML, W3C
Microtimes
1 January
The Tenth Annual MicroTimes One Hundred Tim Berners-Lee
CIO
1 January
Electronic Commerce - The Electric handshake, Heath RowE-commerce, JEPI, Jim Miller, DSig

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Application Development Advisor
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Wired
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Web Techniques
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USA Today
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The Times of London News International
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Internet Today
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Comdex & the UK Internet ShowTim Berners-Lee
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Internet Business
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Internet
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Informatiques Magazine
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Informatiques Magazine
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Corporate Online
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Computer Weekly
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Wired
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Wired
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Web Developer
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Science et Vie Micro
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Reseaux
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Mac Home Journal
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Internet Magazine
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Informatiques Magazines
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Windows Sources
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Reseaux & Telecoms
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Planete Internet
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PC World, Hong Kong
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MultiMedia Schools
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W3C, Alain LefebvreW3C, PICS
Le Mond Informatique Magazine
Exist-t-il un standard International de securisation sur Internet?Internet security
IX Multiuser Multitasking Magazin
Die Rivalen, Juergen SeegerJava, HTML, ActiveX
Information Strategy
Quotes of the MonthBerners-Lee quote on TV vs Web
Information Strategy
ContactsInria address
Expertises des Systemes Information
Modification des pages Web a la portee de tousnew HTML, W3C
Distributique VAR & SSII
Existe-t-il un standard international de securistation sur Internet?Internet Security
Communications of the ACM
World-Wide Computer, Tim Berners-LeeW3C
Communications of the ACM
The Past and Future History of the Internet, and WolffTim Berners-Lee
Communications of the ACM
Directing Policy-Making Beyond The Net's MetaphorPICS
World!
Borland's IntraBuilder 1.0, Bill LazarW3C, Borland
Workforce
25 Visionaries Who Shaped Today's Workplace - A tribute to quality, innovation and courage in the 20th century, Samuel GreengardTim Berners-Lee
Web Techniques
Webmaster's Domain: Rating Web Pages with PICS, Lincoln D. SteinPICS
Web Informant
VRML - The Web's Likely Future, Ed Tittel & Claire SandersTim Berners-Lee
Web Informant
Cascading Style Sheets - Designing Pages on Your Own Terms, Kevin M. SavetzW3C, CSS
Univers MAC
Internet s'achete une bonne conduitePICS, W3C
Unisys World
A look back, forward with WWW's father, Rohit H. Khare and D.C. DenisonTim Berners-Lee
Transversales Grenoble
W3C: Internet est leur jardinW3C
Software Development
Borland's IntraBuilder 1.0, Bill LazarTim Berners-Lee
Science et Vie Micro
Le filtrage officiel du NetW3C, Jim Miller quote
Publish
News Beat: International Report, James FeliciW3C, PNG
NetUser
The Mirror of Our Society - Why is there a desire to censor the Internet?, Gareth LancasterPICS
NetUser
HTML 3.2 Unravelled, James SeabrightHTML, W3C
Microphobie
PICS ou la Censure
Internet World
Microsoft vs. Netscape, Catherine BuzzellTim Berners-Lee
Internet Professionnel
Des etiquettes pour controler le contenu de l'information: Pics devient une recommandation du W3C, Stephane LarcherPICS, W3C
Informatiques
Payer sur le web en toute securite?W3C, JEPI, security
Gentlemen's Quarterly
Imposter Boy, Alan DeutschmanTim Berners-Lee, Dave Raggett
Francais Dans Le Monde
1996: L'an I de l'Internet en FrancePICS
BYTE
Local AltaVista Searching, Steven J. Vaughan-NicholsTim Berners-Lee
Banque Et Informatique
Alliance pour securiser le paiement sur InternetW3C, security
Web Journal
Sally Khudairi, <Title>Webmaster,</Title>, Greg StoneSally Khudairi
Time Magazine
Europe And The Info Age Tim Berners-Lee
Online & CDROM Review 1996
The World Wide Web Consortium" & "The W3C Web page, and what is on offer thereW3C
AusWeb96 Virtual Edition
Keynote Speakers - Jim Miller Miller