W3C

1998

December

Practical Internet (England)
31 December
Using CyberPatrol, Clive ParkerPICS
PC Week
28 December
Open-Source Tool Passes Data Between Web Apps,� XML, W3C
InfoWorld
28 December
XML-Java Combo Continues to Interest Vendors,W3C, XML
InfoWorld
28 December
A Supply Chain Lingua Franca?,XML, W3C
Network World
21 December
Net Insider-Why Can't We All Get Along?,W3C, Jim Gettys
Interactive Week
21 December
The Interactive 101, The Year in Review,W3C, HTML, XML
PC
15 December
Technical Excellence Awards,
MacUser (England)
11 December
Macs Come up SMILing With RealSystems G2 Web Suite,SMIL, W3C
Computing (England)
10 December
Web Standards Slowly Emerge,W3C, XML
ENT
9 December
W3C Sees Three,W3C, SMIL
PC Week
7 December
SoftQuad Forges XML Trail, Antone GonsalvesXML, W3C
Internet World
7 December
New HTML Standard to Use XML, Emphasize Function Over Layout,W3C, HTML, D. Raggett
EmediaWeekly
7 December
XML Finds a Niche in Data Serving,XML, W3C
EmediaWeekly
7 December
Streaming Standards Get Real,SMIL
EmediaWeekly
7 December
HTC, XQL Jockey for Position Among New Web Standards,W3C, webMethods
Microtimes (N CA Ed)
4 December
Microsoft, Texcel, webMethods Submit XML Quaery Language to W3C,webMethods, S3C, XML
Microtimes (N CA Ed)
4 December
Looking for Wireless Choices?� WAP It, Jim CarrXML, W3C
ComputerEdge
4 December
Adding Some Style to the Web,HTML, CSS
PC
1 December
Taking Style Sheets to the Next Level,CSS
PC
1 December
Second Looks-Waiting for the Tools,SMIL

November

Network World
30 November
The Next Great Web Thing,W3C
InfoWorld
30 November
Vendors Rush to Release Tools, Jeff WalshCommerceNet
InfoWorld
30 November
Proposal Contains XML Chaos,XML, W3C
InfoWorld
30 November
IBM Harnesses Language, Jeff WalshW3C
Computer Dealer News (Canada)
30 November
XMI Consortium Unveils Specification for Standardized Programming Data,XML, Unisys
Computing Canada (Canada)
30 November
Alliance to Build Standard for Web DevelopmentXMI, XML, W3C
Macuser (England)
27 November
Web DesignCSS
Information Week (England)
25 November
XML Eases Net Transfers,XML, W3C, SAP, webMethods
Internet World
23 November
Reply to All:� In Streaming Media, Let the Best Company Win
Internet World
23 November
XML Server Consolidates Multiple Data Stores,XML, W3C, web-Methods
Internet Week
23 November
Free XML Utilities From IBM, Richard KarpinskiXML, W3C
Interactive Week
23 November
HTTP 1.1, Next-Gen Plans Under Way,W3C
InfoWorld
23 November
IBM Unveils Series of XML Tools,XML, W3C, Inso
Industry Standard
23 November
XML Supercharges The Net,WebMethods, Amazon.com, XML
EMedia Weekly
23 November
Study Finds Many Web Sites Fail at Customer ServiceJupiter Communications
EMedia Weekly
23 November
Chromeffects Shelved, Andrea DudrowW3C, SMIL
Mass High Tech
22 November
Object Design Does XML Middleware Product for use in Database Integration,SML
Computing
19 November
XML Speaks Your Language,W3C
PC Week
16 November
XML Forges Smoothly Ahead,
Network World
16 November
Netscape Browser Engine Faster, More Portable,HTML
Internet World
16 November
W3C Considers Proposals From Microsoft, Adobe,W3C
Internet World
16 November
News Briefs,Hilton Hotels & Unisys Corp, W3C
InternetWeek
16 November
Databases, Tools Push XML Into Enterprise,Inso, Ardent, XML
InfoWorld
16 November
XML Announcements Pop up Everywhere,,Data-Channel, Interleaf, XML
EMedia Weekly
16 November
5.0 Browsers to Embrace Web Standards,CSS
Electronic Buyers' News
16 November
Data-sheet Standard Proposed,W3C, XML
Macuser
13 November
CyberStudio Pro 3.1,
Internet World
9 November
W3C Initiative Targets Non-Standard Browsing,W3C, WAI, Brewer
Internet World
9 November
Next-Generation HTTP Moves AheadW3C
InternetWeek
9 November
Standards Help Blur Distinctions in Browsers,
Business Journal
9 November
Privacy Comes to the Web,P3P, W3C
ComputerWorld Canada (Canada)
6 November
W3C to Standardize Vectors
Computing (England)
5 November
Technique-The Least You Need to Know About...XML,
Computer Weekly (England)
5 November
Unisys Helps Nationwide Roll Out Date Fix Project,Unisys
Computer Weekly (England)
5 November
Toshiba Targets Trendy Executives
Computer Weekly (England)
5 November
Microsoft Set to Play Name Game with NT
Computer Weekly (England)
5 November
Speak up to Access All AreasW3C
Information Week (England)
4 November
Against the Tide of Data,XML
PC Magazine
3 November
E-Mail Headers, Even the Ugly Ones, Neil RandallPICS
Improper Bostonian
3 November
The 1998 Internet Top 40:� Annual Guide to Boston's Influential and Powerful Web EliteW3C
Improper Bostonian
3 November
Ask Bob Metcalfe, Emily EstersonAmazon.com
Interactive Week
2 November
Disability Design Helps Web Users, James E. GaskinW3C, WAI
EMedia Weekly
2 November
Web Design StandardsSMIL

October

MicroTimes (N. CA Ed)
28 October
AT&T Confirms it Wants IBM Global Network
MicroTimes (N. CA Ed)
28 October
DOM Standard in Search of Browser Backing
PC Week
26 October
Microsoft Ties Data Transfers to XML in IE 5.0,XML
ComputerWorld New Zealand (New Zealand)
26 October
Everyone's Got a Markup Language to Sell,W3C
PC Week
19 October
Web Development,SMIL
Internet World
19 October
Microsoft, RealNetworks Face Off in Streaming Media Market, Jim Heid
Internet World
19 October
Microsoft Outlines XML Features in Internet Explorer 5, James C. LuhW3C
InternetWeek
19 October
New Spec Breaks the E-Commerce ICE, Richard KarpinskiXML
InfoWorld
19 October
W3C to Standardize Vector Graphics, Jeff WalshW3C, Visio
InfoWorld
19 October
Microsoft Lays out its Own Strategy for XML, Dana GardnerXML, W3C
InfoWorld
19 October
Intranets & I-Commerce,W3C
InfoWorld
19 October
Groups Urge Browser Vendors to Support Industry Standards, Jeff WalshW3C
Industry Standard
19 October
The Search Goes On,, AlexaIntelliSeek, XML
Computer Dealer News (Canada)
19 October
Motorola Brings Voice Commands to the Internet, Michelle NavalW3C
ComputerWorld Australia (Australia)
16 October
Language of the WEb Speaks for the Future, Ellen CresswellXML
ComputerEdge
16 October
You and Your META Tag,PICS
Network News (England),
14 October
The Power Within,W3C, XML
PC Week Online
13 October
Microsoft spells out XML support in upcoming IE 5.0, Antone GonsalvesXML, W3C, DOM, XML Schemas, XML Namespaces
Internet World
12 October
New Multimedia Submission Challenges SMIL Specification,SMIL, W3C
Internet World
12 October
Government Keeps Wary Eye on Medical Advertising on the Net,,PICS
Internet Week
12 October
XML Tools Take on Multimedia, Richard KarpinskiXML
EmediaWeekly
12 October
Interaction 2.1 Gains Support for SMIL, Andrea DudrowSMIL
Computing (England)
8 October
Supply and Demand, Candice Goodwin
Computing (England)
8 October
Web Standards Address Data DilemmasXML, W3C
Computing (England)
8 October
Dom Makes Web Pages EasierW3C
Computer Weekly (England)
8 October
Software� Iona's Matisse to Offer Developers Easier Life, Cliff SaranW3C
ENT
7 October
XML Promises to Enrich the Data Experience, Joseph McKendrickXML, W3C
PC Magazine
6 October
Why XML Matters, �XML
PC Magazine
6 October
Netscape Sneak PeekHTML,CSS, W3C
Network World
5 October
Microsoft and Standards: The Rules Have Changed, Geoffrey JamesW3C
Internet World
5 October
Bringing XML to Life In the Real World, Wayne BremserXML
Internet World
5 October
Lots of Hype, but Few XML Browsers or Editors on Horizon, James C. LuhXML
Infoworld
5 October
Politics Wins Out Over Needs of IT Organizations, Jeff WalshW3C, DOM
Computer Reseller News
5 October
Web's Double Edged Sword: Accesibility vs. Complexity, Hailey Lynne McKeefryWAI
Computerworld
5 October
Vendors Gear Up for Internet World, Carol Sliwa & Sharon MachlisW3C
Computer Reseller News
5 October
Equal Access: Technology Brings the Power of the PC to People with Disabilities, Hailey Lynne McKeefryWAI

September

PC Week (Australia)
30 September
XML Editor Bullish on Future, PC Week StaffXML
PC Week
28 September
XML Editor Bullish on Spec's FutureW3C, XML
Network World
28 September
Figuring Out Which Standards Matter, Mark GibbsW3C
Internet World
28 September
The World Wide Web Consortium has released...,WAI
Government Computer News
28 September
HomeSite adds finishing touch to a page, Jason Hart
Computer Dealer News (Canada)
28 September
Seeing Opportunities, Rick BroadheadW3C,WAI
Computing (England)
24 September
Setting a Standard for Markup,W3C, XML
Information Week (England)
23 September
Massaging the messaging, Scot FinniePICS
ENT
23 September
W3C Publishes XSL SpecificationsW3C, XSL
PC Week Asia (Hong Kong)
22 September
VML Hybrids for 3D Web Graphics, Brian HannonXML
PC Magazine
22 September
Streaming Media: Getting Back into the Game, Jan OzerSMIL
Computer Reseller News
21 September
Streaming Media Battle Takes Shape, Paul KorzeniowskiSMIL
Bay Area Computer Currents
21 September
Stream It to Me: Real Networks and Microsoft Go to the Mat on Multimedia , Elizabeth Powell CroweSMIL
Macuser (England)
18 September
Censor Sensibility, Jim SmithPICS
Computer Weekly ( England)
17 September
XML Spreads� Its Wings, Glyn MoodyXML
Network World
14 September
XML: The Technology most likely to Succeed, Dale DowdieXML
Internet World
14 September
Tech ABC/Waiting for Full XML Benefits, James C. LuhXML
Internet World
14 September
Internet Applications Outside the Browser, David CarrXML
Interactive Week
14 September
Industry Take: XML Is Ex-Cell-Ent, Charles BacockXML
Infoworld
14 September
OAG to release XML Integration SpecXML, W3C
Reuter Financial Report
13 September
Computer's Open New Avenues for Disabled Users, Aaron PressmanW3C
Mass High Tech
13 September
Tim Berners-Lee Reflects on the Past, Predicts Future of the Web He Created, Dyke HendricksonW3C
Computing (England)
10 September
Call for Web Standards, Dominique DeckmynW3C
Computing (England)
10 September
New Rules to Aid Web Publishers, Dominique DeckmynW3C
PC Dealer
9 September
Browser Conflicts tax Web Designers, Dominique DeckmynW3C
Microtimes Northern California
9 September
Gigabit Ethernet Becomes a Reality, Jim CarrXML
Microtimes Northern California Edition
9 September
XSL drafts PublishedW3C, XML
Dow Jones News Service
9 September
Object Design Joins Web-Industry Standards Group, ODISW3C,XML
Associated Press Financial Wire
9 September
Online: Blind Web Users Campaign to 'See' More of Cyberspace, Nick WingfieldW3C,WAI
Associated Press Financial Wire
9 September
How do you make a Web site accessible to the disabled? Some tips from the W3C Web Accessibility Initiative:,WAI,W3C
Associated Press Financial Wire
9 September
Online: Blind Web Users Campaign to 'see' More of Cyberspace, Nick WingfieldW3C
Government Computer News
7 September
Internet Will Treat You to Cool Info Along the Way of Your Research, Shawn P. McCarthyW3C
Federal Computer Week
7 September
Macromedia Dreamweaver 1.2,HTML
Computer Reseller News
7 September
CRN Business Close-up: An interview with Tim Berners-LeeBerners-Lee, XML
Communications Week International (England)
7 September
XML Heralds End of Paper-based Forms, Kenneth CukierXML
MacUser (England)
4 September
Mozilla, Jim SmithPICS
MacUser ( England)
4 September
In the Fast Lane, Nick ClarkeXML
United Press International National Wire
3 September
New Software Brings TV-Type Content to the 'NetSMIL
United Press International National Wire
2 September
Software Brings TV-Type Content to the Internet, Lori ValigraSMIL
United Press International National Wire
2 September
Software Brings TV-Type Content to Internet, Lori ValigraSMIL
United Press International� National Wire
2 September
New Software Brings TV-Type Content to the 'Net,SMIL

August

PC Week
31 August
Microsoft, Datachannel Partnering on Parser, Brian HannonXML, W3C
Network World
31 August
HTML 4.0 Unwrapped, Mark GibbsHTML
Network World
31 August
Intranet LinksW3C,XML
Network World
31 August
Leave It To the Hound, Sandra GittlenXML
Emediaweekly
31 August
On the Web, Private is as Private Does, Joanna PearlsteinP3P,
Emediaweekly
31 August
Proposed Industry Standards Tap XML, Andrea DubrowXML W3C
Mass High Tech
30 August
Making the Web Work For Everyone, Dyke HendricksonWAI, W3C
Computerworld Canada (Canada)
28 August
Son of XML PromisedXML, W3C
Computer Weekly
27 August
How Users Threw Adobe a Lifeline for Web Work, Glyn MoodyW3C, HTML, CSS
Computerworld Hong Kong (Hong Kong)
27 August
Form-al LanguageW3C,XML
PC Week (Australia)
26 August
W3C Eyes DOM, XSL, Brian HannonW3C
PC Week
24 August
W3C Eyes DOM, XSL, Brian HannonW3C
PC Week
24 August
Microsoft, DataChannel Develop Java-based XML Parser,XML
Internet World
24 August
Making Sense of JavaScript, and VBScript, Pritpal SinghHTML
Internet World
24 August
Forms Vendors Look to XML As Key to Spurring Commerce, Regina KwonXML
Internet World
24 August
Browser Watchdog Group Forms To Ensure Standards Support, James C. LuhW3C
Inernet Week
24 August
XML Jump-starts Web Transactions, Richard KarpinskiXML, W3C
Interactive World
24 August
Daniel Weitzner apppointed head of Technology and Society Domain,W3C,P3P, Weitzner
Infoworld
24 August
XML Support Moves Forward, Jeff WalshXML, W3C
Infoworld
24 August
DCD's to Help in Building Three-tier Web XML Apps, Jeff WalshW3C, XML
Emedia Weekly
24 August
Designers Knock Browser Makers, Joanna PearlsteinW3C, HTML,CSS1
ComputerWorld New Zealand
24 August
Microsoft, IBM submit XML ProposalXML
MacUser
21 August
Supported File Types, Paul NesbittPICS
ComputerWorld Australia
21 August
Web Developers Blast Microsoft and Netscape on Specs, �XML, HTML,CSS2
PC Week (Online)
20 August
W3C Offers DOM Level1 Spec as a Proposed Recommendation,Lauren Wood, W3C, CSS, XML
PC Week (Online)
20 August
W3C Issues Public Draft of XSL 1.0,W3C, XML
PC Week
19 August
XML's Easier Publishing, Brian HannonXML, Bray, W3C
PC Week
19 August
VML Gives 2-D New Dimension, Herb BethoneyXML
PC Week
17 August
Office 2000 Beta Components Show Polish, Herb BethoneyW3C
PC Week
17 August
A Small-Time Detective: Review Cyber Snoop Pro watches over Internet use, but not in real time,, Jim RapozaW3C, PICS
PC Week
17 August
XML Advances to Easier Publishing, Brian HannonXML
PC Week
17 August
VML Hybrids Help Build 3-D Graphics for Web, Brian HannonW3C
Network World
17 August
EDI is Toast. Not!, Ellen MessmerXML
Network World
17 August
W3C Boosts XML with Namespace Spec, Andy EddyXML
Network World
17 August
RBOCs vow 1999 will be DSL's year�, Tim GreenePPP
The National Law Review
17 August
Windows DNA Offers Safe Means of Transmission, Carl Lee SutherlandW3C
Internet Week
17 August
Industry Standards are Worth Your Time, J.P. MorgenthalXML, W3C
Interactive Week
17 August
XML Marries Databases, Charles BabcockXML, W3C
ComputerWorld
17 August
Browser Standards� Targeted, Carol SliwaW3C
Online Reporter
14 August
Web Developers Want Compatible BrowsersW3C
Time Out New York
13 August
Block Around the Clock, Tom SamiljanPICS
ENT
12 August
When is a Standard Nonstandard, Mark McFaddenDOM
Wired News
10 August
Browser Battles Script On, Lisa ReinW3C
PC Week
10 August
Renovated Office Is� Impressive, Herb BethoneyCSS
Internet World
10 August
Spec Changes Affect Office XML Efforts, James C. LuhXML
Internet World
10 August
Tech ABC/ The resource Description Framework, James C. LuhRDF
Computer Reseller News
10 August
Streaming Match, Barbara DarrowSMIL
ZDNet
4 August
W3C Applies Vision to Enhance Web Asccess,W3C, P3P, WAI, Brewer
VarBusiness
3 August
Behind the X-Files; XML Technology inches forward with new standard set, Jackie PooleXML
Lan Times
3 August
Netscape Takes its Act on the Road, Bradley F. ShimminW3C
Lan Times
3 August
DHTML add-on separates code from content, Bradley F. ShimminCSS
Interactive Week
3 August
XML Headlines 'The Journal's Latest Web Effort', James E. GaskinXML
Infoworld
3 August
Business to get XML repository, Jeff Walsh and Matthew NelsonXML
InfoWorld
3 August
Microsoft offers a glimpse of XML, Jeff WalshXML
Electronic Engineering Times
3 August
TV Datacast Camps Parry on Standards, Junko YoshidaHTML
Bay Area Computer Currents
3 August
Netscape Turns 4.5: The Latest Communicator is no Windows, Elizabeth Powell CrowePICS

July

Computer Weekly (England)
30 July
A Healthy Markup, Danny� BradburyXML
Network News (England)
29 July
Watch your Language: HTML is going out of style, Davey WinderW3C, HTML
Network World
27 July
Style Sheets, Take 2, Mark GibbsW3C, CSS2,
Internet World
27 July
Standard Nears For Dynamic Web Pages, James C. LuhW3C, DOM,� XML, HTML
PC Week
27 July
SOAP cleans component mess,XML
Network World
27 July
XML is open available and important for e-commerce, Dale DowdieXML, Intuit
PC Week
27 July
Java Jolts Oracle Database Upgrade, Mark HammondXML
MacWeek
27 July
Hot List XMLXML
InternetWeek
27 July
DOM Potential Shines, Richard KarpinskiW3C, XML
Computer Weekly (England)
23 July
Net Proposals to Ease Users' Fear of the Web, John� RileyBerners-Lee
PC Week Asia (Hong Kong)
22 July
Browser battle picks up Steam, Michael Moeller and Mary Jo FoleyW3C, HTML
PC Week Asia (Hong Kong)
22 July
WebDAV to Ease Web Authoring, Brian HannonW3C
PC Week
20 July
DOM spec nears final stageDOM, W3C
Lan Times
20 July
XML: Time Draws Near, Mario ApicellaXML, HTML,
e-Business Newsweekly
20 July
The W3C Has Several Groups Working on HTTP-NG. . .
ComputerWorld
20 July
XML Gaining Momentum, David OrensteinXML
ComputerWorld (Canada)
17 July
IE5 Previews Data Binding; Dynamic HTML and DHTML Behaviours also planned for upgrade, Andy EddyW3C, HTML
ComputerWorld (Hong Kong)
16 July
IBM Places bets on XML Technology, Ted Smalley Brown and Ed ScannellXML
Computing (England)
16 July
IT Awards get PersonalBerners-Lee
ComputerWire Network Briefing Daily�
15 July
Network: Soap - Easier to Spell Than RPC-XMLW3C, XML
MIT Tech Talk
15 July
Web Consortium Issues Guidelines For User Accessibility W3C, WAI
MIT Tech Talk
15 July
Multimedia Presentation On Web Made Easier With New W3C Tool W3C, Berners-Lee, Brewer
Nikkei Internet Technology (Japan)
15 July
Four Working Drafts W3C, HTTP-NG
CIO
15 July
Equal Opportunity Surfing, Laura Gibbons PaulW3C,WAI
Internet Watch (Japan)
14 July
W3C: HTTP-NG Next Generation, Hiroyuki Et-OhW3C
Network World
13 July
Hot New Web Technology,W3C, XML
Internet World
13 July
Last Official Communicator Release Target End Users, Bill RobertsPICS
Government Computer News
13 July
Television-quality Web Display is possible, but browsers must catch up, Shawn P. MacCarthySMIL
Wired News
8 July
Browser Battles Script On,W3C, Hakon Lie
Wired News
7 July
Microsoft Frowns on SMIL,XML, SMIL, W3CAllaire, Chris Lilley
InfoWorld Electric
1 July
W3C Envisions HTML as Modular XML Tags, Jeff WalshW3C, Raggett

June

The Online Reporter
29 June
The W3C Has Brought In Daniel J. Weitzner As Technology & Society Domain LeaderW3C, Weitzner
The Online Reporter
22 June
W3C Has Issued Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language SpecSMIL
Network World
22 June
Browser Battle Continues With New Betas, Andy EddyPICS
InfoWorld
22 June
W3C Explores Standards for Easier Web-Site Authoring, Jeff WalshW3C, Lilley
InfoWorld
22 June
Innovation Doesn't Equal Success, Scott Michael WashingtonBerners-Lee
Mass High Tech
21 June
It Doesn't Take a Genius to Appreciate One, or Reward One, Dyke HendersonBerners-Lee, MacArthur Foundation
Computing (London)
18 June
Internet Explorer 5.0 Fails to ImpressW3C
MicroTimes
17 June
Calibrate Your Bogosity Detectors -- It's The Web, Peter Linde and Sam PenroseBerners-Lee
MicroTimes
17 June
Emerging Data Standard, Paul HoffmanW3C
ComputerWire
16 June
SMIL Moves From Proposed To Full W3C RecommendationW3C
ComputerGram International
16 June
"SMIL Moves From Proposed To Full W3C RecommendationW3C
Wired News
15 June
SMIL Declared a Standard,W3C, Hoschka
ComputerWorld (New Zealand)
15 June
XML, Touted as The Web Cure-All, May Yet Deliver, Jeff Senna'W3C
ComputerWorld
15 June
Dynamic HTML: Specialty Technology Calls for That Extra Effort, Frank HayesW3C
New Media Age (England)
11 June
To Regulate or Not to Regulate, Mark HaftkePICS
PC Week (Australia)
10 June
Browser Battle Picks Up Steam, Michael Moeller and Mary FoleyW3C
PC Week
8 June
In Praise of Life-Enhancing Geniuses, Peter CoffeeBerners-Lee, MacArthur Foundation
PC Week
8 June
Browser Battle Picks Up Steam, Michael Moeller and Mary Jo FoleyW3C
PC Week Asia (Hong Kong)
8 June
Namespaces Put The Extensibility Into XML, Brian HannonW3C
Lan Times
8 June
XML Expands Web App Possibilities, Steven P. KlingerW3C
Internet World
8 June
Berners-Lee, Architect of Web, Awarded 'Genius Grant' of $270K,Berners-Lee, Mac Arthur Foundation
Computer Reseller News
8 June
Editable 2-D Graphics For The Internet, Wylie WongW3C, VML
Micro Computer Mart (England)
4 June
All-New Web ProtocolW3C
PC Week (Australia)
3 June
New Specs For Web Data, Brian HannonW3C
MIT Tech Talk
3 June
Berners-Lee Wins a MacArthur 'Genius' Grant, Will Get $270,000, Robert J. SalesBerners-Lee, MacArthur Foundation
The Village Voice
2 June
How Corporations Hide Behind Net Privacy 'Solutions' , Carrie McLarenP3P, W3C
New Media
2 June
Designing Pages for People With Disabilities, Mary AxelsonW3C
The Boston Globe
2 June
Four In Massachusetts Rewarded For 'Genius' , Scott AllenBerners-Lee, MacArthur Foundation
Reuter Financial Report
1 June
World Wide Web Inventor, Others Get 'Genius Grants' , Bruce BlytheBerners-Lee, W3C
PC Week
1 June
New Specs Are In The Works For Web Data, Brian HannonW3C, Swick
Internet World
1 June
Privacy Specification Moves a Step Forward, Kathleen MurphyW3C, P3P
InfoWorld
1 June
Off To A Good Start, Jeff SennaW3C
InfoWorld
1 June
Vendors Tout VML Graphics, Jeff WalshW3C
c/net
1 June
Berners-Lee Gets 'Genius Grant' Berners-Lee, MacArthur Foundation

May

New Scientist
30 May
A New Dawn, Glyn MoodyBerners-Lee, W3C
Online Reporter
29 May
W3C Has Acknowledged Submission of Vector Markup LanguageVML
Online Reporter
29 May
W3C Releases First Public Working Draft of the Platform for Privacy PreferencesP3P
Information Week (London)
26 May
It's a Fix-It Lingo, Neil FawcettW3C, Berners-Lee
MacWeek
25 May
Panel Ponders Web Privacy, Andrea DudrowW3C, P3P
Information Week
25 May
The Making Of A Markup Language, Jason LevittW3C
InfoWorld
25 May
W3C Targets Web Page Display And Privacy Specifications, Nancy WeilW3C
ComputerWorld
25 May
Web Group Publishes Draft of Privacy Spec, Nancy WeilW3C
PC Week Asia (Hong Kong)
22 May
Metadata: The Matchmaker For The Web And The Enterprise, Stephanie NeilW3C
Internet Magazine
22 May
W3C Issues Guidelines for Privacy Berners-Lee, Reagle, P3P
Computer World Internet News
21 May
W3C Cooks Up Privacy Spec Proposal, Nancy WeilReagle, P3P
webmonkey/html/
20 May
Designing for the Future With XML, Jeffrey VeenW3C, Berners-Lee
PC Week
20 May
Namespaces Put Extensibility In XML, Brian HannonW3C
Computer Wire
20 May
W3C Issues First Working Draft of Privacy SpecP3P
Wired News
19 May
W3C Drafts Web Privacy Privacy System Berners-Lee, P3P
NewsEdge News Page
19 May
W3C Mulls XML TechnologyW3C
c/net
19 May
The Net: W3C Drafts Privacy System, Courtney MacavintaP3P, Reagle
Computer Dealer News
19 May
Watching Out For XML, Marc SchwartzW3C
The Online Reporter
18 May
The Cascading Style Sheets, Level 2 (CSS2) Has Reached Full W3C Recommendation Status
MacWeek
18 May
Web Panel Recommends CSS2 Spec, Andrea DudrowW3C
Internet Week
18 May
W3C Mulls XML Technology, Richard KarpinskiW3C
Information Week
18 May
Association For Information And Image Management, John SoatBerners-Lee, W3C
MacWEEK Online
14 May
Web Panel Recommends CSS2 Spec, Andrea DudrowW3C
United Press International Financial Wire
12 May
W3C Acknowledges Data Channel SubmissionW3C
c/net
12 May
W3C Seeks Updated Style Sheets, Paul FestaW3C, Lie
Association of Online Professionals (AOP)
12 May
"AOP Supports Privacy Proposal: W3C Draft Specification Bases Privacy System on
Association of Online Professionals (AOP)
12 May
Consumer Education and Choice", Susan MerkelP3P
Wired News
11 May
HDML, Take Two, Chris OakesW3C
PC Week Online
11 May
Namespaces Put 'Extensibility' in XML, Brian HannonW3C
PC Week
11 May
Disabling Web Barriers, Michael MoellerW3C, WAI
KM World
11 May
Solutions For Web Delivery: XML, DHTML, PDF, Tony McKinleyW3C
Inter@ctive Week
11 May
Video Streaming Breaks Through Logjam, Fred DawsonBerners-Lee, SMIL
Computer Dealer News (Canada)
11 May
W3C Introduces SMIL SpecificationW3C
Computer Dealer News (Canada)
11 May
W3C Pushing Limits On Web With HTTP-NG, Leslie McNabW3C
PC Week Asia
8 May
W3C In Southeast AsiaW3C Singapore Office
PC Magazine Tech Report
8 May
Extensible Markup Language W3C, XML
PC Magazine
5 May
Lotus Domino Go Webserver ProPICS
Electronics Times (England)
5 May
World Wide Watch, Nick FlahertyW3C, WWW7
PC Week Online
4 May
Metadata: The Matchmaker of the Web, Stephanie NeilW3C
PC Week Online
4 May
Editorial: Accessibility For All WAI, W3C
PC Week Online
4 May
XML Holds Promise as EDI Replacement, Jim KerstetterW3C
Network Computing Online
4 May
XML Set To Change The Face Of E-Commerce, Kay SpearmanW3C
PC Week
1 May
Accessibility for All W3C, WAI
TechWeb News
1 May
Web Pages With Style - Give Your Site an Automated Makeover With HTML Style Sheets, David MethvinW3C
MacWEEK Online
1 May
RealNetworks' G2 to Tune Into Media Standards, Joanna PerlsteinW3C
MacUser (England)
1 May
Net Standards To Put A SMIL On The Face Of DevelopersW3C

April

Computer Weekly (England)
30 April
Firefly Lights Up For Microsoft, Glyn MoodyW3C, P3P
PC Magazine Online
29 April
Internet Trends: Different Feeds for Different SpeedsW3C, SMIL
PC Magazine
29 April
Structuring Data With XML, William Robert Stanek
Computer Wire
28 April
First Server-Side Application of XML APP Revealed,W3C, XML
VarBusiness
27 April
Web Wonders: Beyond Hip, Hot And Happening..., Krista OstertagW3C, WWW7, HTTP-NG
Network World
27 April
Seeking a Better Web Graphics Experience, Chris NerneyW3C
Network World
27 April
Pending W3C Protocol Tackles Content Delivery, Mark GibbsW3C
MacWEEK
27 April
Dueling Vector Graphics Formats Will be a Boon, Darch DinucciW3C
KM World
27 April
Taking AIIM on the WebBerners-Lee
O'Reilly xml.com
27 April
Puzzlin' Evidence #4, Xavier McLippsXML, W3C, DOM
ComputerWorld Canada
24 April
XML Gets Ready For Prime Time, Jeff WalshW3C
ComputerWorld Canada
24 April
Math On The WebW3C
Computer World (Australia)
24 April
Computer Visionary Grabs Web Spotlight, Peter YoungBerners-Lee
MacWEEK Online
23 April
Designing the Web: Dueling Vector Graphics Formats Will Be a Boon, Darcy DiNucciW3C
Computing (London)
23 April
Educating AndreessenBerners-Lee
PC Week (Australia)
22 April
WWW7: From Documents to Data, Paul MontgomeryBerners-Lee
The Sydney Morning Herald
21 April
The Web Maestro Speaks, Garry BarkerBerners-Lee
The Australian
21 April
Web Will Give PC's Eyes And Ears, Sylvia PenningtonBerners-Lee
MacWeek
20 April
W3C Proposes Multimedia Spec, Rebecca GulickW3C
MacWeek
20 April
W3C Plots Out HTTP's Future, W3C
MacWeek
20 April
Adobe Proposes PGML as Web Image Standard, Rebecca GulickW3C
Internet World
20 April
Smile: Another Nail in the Plug-in Coffin, Gus VendittoW3C
Internet Week
20 April
New Specs to Give Web a Makeover, Richard KarpinskiW3C
Computer World (New Zealand)
20 April
Web Consortium Readies SMIL Standard for Non-Programmers, Jeff WalshW3C
Wired News
17 April
Saffo: Leave that Middleman Alone, James GlaveWWW7
Wired News
17 April
Hypertext Guru Has New Spin on Old Plans, James GlaveBerners-Lee
PCWeek
17 April
XML Vendors Seek Tag Clearing House, Brian HannonW3C
The Courier-Mail, Australia
16 April
What a New-Fangled Web We Weave, Rodney ChesterBerners-Lee
Wired News
15 April
One Man's Vision of the Web's Future, James GlaveWWW7, Berners-Lee
PCWeek Australia
15 April
Berners-Lee Upbeat on XML, Paul MontgomeryWWW7, Berners-Lee
PC Magazine Online
15 April
Trends: The Internet = Dollars, Angela HickmanWWW7, Berners-Lee, P3P
Inter@ctive Week
15 April
W3C Eases Web Use, James E. GaskinWWW7, Khudairi
BBC News Online
15 April
Connecting to the Future W3C, WWW7, Berners-Lee
Wired News
13 April
Adobe Moves Into Web Imaging W3C
PC Week
13 April
W3C Down UnderWWW7, Berners-Lee
Internet World
13 April
Mozilla Developers Find Pieces Missing From Source Code, W3C
InfoWorld Electric
13 April
World Wide Web Consortium set to recommend SMIL, Jeff WalshW3C
InfoWorld Electric
13 April
New W3C-Backed Protocol Ups Scalability, Jeff WalshW3C
InfoWorld
13 April
World Wide Web Consortium Set to Recommend SMIL, Jeff WalshW3C
InfoWorld
13 April
New W3C-backed Protocol Ups Scalability, Jeff WalshW3C
The Courier-Mail, Australia
13 April
Quiet Achiever, Rodney ChesterBerners-Lee
Wired News
10 April
Does Firefly Deal Swat Netscape E-Commerce? , W3C, P3P
Inter@ctive Week Online
10 April
Media Gets Synchronized, Connie GuglielmoW3C, SMIL
Wired News
9 April
Multimedia Language Inches Toward Standardization W3C, SMIL
PCWeek
9 April
W3C Releases SMIL as a Proposed Recommendation, Brian HannonW3C
ComputerWire, Inc.
9 April
W3C Releases Recommended SML SpecW3C
C/Net
9 April
A Spec to Redefine Multimedia, Mike RicciutiW3C
Chronicle of Higher Education
8 April
Group That Sets Web's Technical Standards Offers System for Displaying Math Symbols, Jeffrey R. YoungW3C, Quint
Wired News Report
7 April
Math Gets a Markup W3C, Quint
Smart Reseller
7 April
A Better Way To Create Slick Web Pages, Steven J. Vaughan-NicholsW3C
PC Week Online
7 April
W3C: Where Internet Hype Meets Its Match, Scot PetersenBerners-Lee
Inter@ctive Week Online
7 April
Next Big Thing Behind The Scenes, Tom Steinert-ThrelkeldW3C, HTML
InfoWorld Electric
7 April
W3C Releases MathML for Math Notation on WebW3C
The Boston Globe
7 April
W3C Issues MathML as a W3C Recommendation W3C, Raggett, Quint
PC Week Online
6 April
Internet Intelligence: The W3C Plots Machine-to Machine Web Communications, Mike MoellerW3C, WWW7
The Online Reporter
6 April
Netscape Comes Through With Communicator SourceW3C
Network World
6 April
New Web Format Creates Richer Electronic Documents From Multiple Data Sources, Ellen MessmerW3C
Internet Week
6 April
W3C Fine-Tunes Style Sheets Spec, Richard KarpinskiW3C
Inter@ctive Week
6 April
MSNBC Makes News By Making HTML Dynamic, James GaskinW3C, Khudairi
InfoWorld Electric
6 April
XML Gets Ready For Prime Time W3C
InfoWorld
6 April
XML Gets Ready for Prime Time,W3C
Electronic Engineering Times
6 April
W3C Putting Compact HTML, HDML to Test for Net Access, Yoshiko HaraW3C
Business Week
6 April
The Education of Marc Andreessen Berners-Lee
Wired News Report
2 April
Disabled Phone Rules, WAI
O'Reilly xml.com
2 April
Puzzlin' Evidence #2, Xavier McLippsXML, W3C
PC Magazine Online
2 April
XML: Web Card Catalog?W3C
Computing (London)
2 April
Excellence Adventures: The Computing AwardsBerners-Lee

March

Internet World
30 March
First Baby Steps on The Journey to Working XML,W3C
O'Reilly xml.com
27 March
Puzzlin' Evidence #1, Xavier McLippsXML, HTML, RDF
The OnLine Reporter
27 March
New Style Sheet Proposal from W3CW3C, CSS2
New York Times
26 March
Bringing the Visual World of the Web to the Blind, Debra NussbaumW3C, WAI
InternetWeek
25 March
"Style Sheets Move Forward at W3C, Rich KarpinskiW3C
Web Developer News
24 March
W3C Announces CSS2 as a Proposed Recommendation, Scott ClarkW3C
CMPnet News
24 March
Japan Enters Mobile Web Language Arena, Jeremy Scott-JoyntW3C
Computing Canada
23 March
XML Specification Moves a Step Closer to Reality, Howard SolomonW3C
ComputerWorld Australia
20 March
Alston Snubs Web Conference To Attend E-Comm Summit, Peter YoungWWW7, Berners-Lee
Wired Magazine
19 March
Perl Opens Arms to XML, Lisa ReinW3C
Internet World Daily
13 March
Special Report: Protecting Internet Privacy"W3C
PC
10 March
Web Face-LiftBerners-Lee, Accessibility
PC
10 March
PC Magazine's Top 100 Web Sites W3C
New Media Magazine
3 March
Emerging Technology of the Year: XML, Becky WaringXML
MacWeek
2 March
W3C Proposes Math Standard, Andrea DudrowW3C
InfoWorld
2 March
Math Equations Are Now Web-Accessible, Jeff WalshW3C

February

The Tech
27 February
Pornography Display in 6.001 Provokes Debate on Decency, Dan McGuireW3C
Info World
26 February
W3C Releases Mathematical Markup Language Proposal, Jeff WalshMathML, W3C
Report on Electronic Commerce
24 February
W3C Recommends XML 1.0 Specification To Improve DocumentW3C, Josef Dietl
Internet Week
23 February
XML: The 'Golden Arches' of Computers?, J.P. MorgenthalXML
ComputerWorld New Zealand
23 February
W3C Partners Approve XML, Dana GardnerW3C
Computer Dealer News
23 February
XML 1.0 Spec Released as W3C Recommendation, Craig MenefeeW3C
C/net
23 February
Short Take: HTML Guild Joins the W3C, Paul FestaW3C
Techweb
19 February
Wireless Group Publishes Mobile Specification, Jeremy Scott-JoyntW3C
Techweb
19 February
Extensible Markup Language Attracts Publishers XML
PC Week Online
19 February
IBM Offers Alpha-stage XML Tool, Brian HannonW3C
TechWeb
18 February
Focus: The Great Divide, M. Krochmal
Internet News.com
18 February
Sequoia and Microsoft to Introduce XML Server for Health Care
Internet Computing Megasite
18 February
Microsoft Unveils IE 4.0 for the Mac
American Banker
17 February
Vendor-Neutral XML Language Gaining Support, Drew ClarkW3C
PCWeek
16 February
XML Gets Nod From W3C, Brian HannonW3C
PCWeek
16 February
Siemens Learns From Net, Stephanie Neil
Network World
16 February
Getting Down To Business,Dertouzos, MIT, Berners-Lee
MacWeek
16 February
W3C Issues XML 1.0 Spec, Andrea DudrowW3C
MacWeek
16 February
StoryServer Hits Mac, sXML
Lan Times
16 February
Intraspective: Web Not Only Alive And Well But Thriving, Gordon BenettW3C
Internet World
16 February
XML Gets Boost From Consortium, Nate ZelnickW3C
Internet Week
16 February
Microsoft, SGI Push 3-D Toward Web's Mainstream, Richard Karpinski
Internet Week
16 February
Developers Heed Privacy Concerns, Richard KarpinkiW3C, P3P
Internet Week Online
16 February
XML Crosses Finish Line
Internet Computing Megasite
16 February
What Do Your Customers Want to Know About Privacy?, Rivka Tadjer
Internet Computing Megasite
16 February
Much Ado About Privacy: Continental Divide
Internet Computing Megasite
16 February
Much Ado About Privacy: Community Over Commerce, Rivka Tadjer
Inter@ctive Week
16 February
XML Paves E-Commerce Road with ICE, James E. Gaskin and Tom Steinert-ThrelkeldW3C
Inter@ctive Week
16 February
XML Could Kick Start Electronic Commerce, James E. Gaskin and Tom Steinert-ThrelkeldW3C
InfoWorld
16 February
W3C O.K.'s XML Standard for Organizing Web Information, Jeff WalshW3C
InfoWorld
16 February
DataChannel's Betas Support XML Standard, Jeff WalshW3C
Information Week
16 February
XML Connects Browser to Server Data, Rich LevinW3C
Information Week
16 February
XML Becomes a Standard; Vendors Ready Products, Gregory DaltonW3C
Information Week
16 February
Dynamic HTML Invigorates the Desktop, Rich Levin
Information Week
16 February
Application Development: Component Integration, Rich LevinW3C
ComputerWorld
16 February
Short Takes: The W3C W3C
ZDNN
13 February
XML Gets Nod From the W3C, Brian Hannon
Internet News.com
13 February
DataChannel Unveils XML-based Intranet Tools W3C, XML 1.0
Inter@ctive Week Online
13 February
XML Paves E-Commerce Road With ICE, James E. Gaskin and Tom Steinert-ThrelkeldW3C
InfoWorld Electric
13 February
Executive Group to Drive IT Supply Chain Standards, Torsten BusseW3C, E-Commerce
ComputerWorld Canada
13 February
Database Vendors Consider XML, Paul KrillW3C
Chronicle of Higher Education On Line
13 February
W3C Releases Preliminary Guidelines for Accessibility
ZDNN
12 February
CSS Positioning Garage CSS
Web Review
12 February
CSS2
Micro Computer Mart
12 February
Internet: The Three W's Explained, Josh SmithBerners-Lee
Micro Computer Mart
12 February
Cyberspace: Knotty Net Questions, Jonathan RussellW3C
Computer Reseller News
12 February
Internet Fever: The Thrill is Gone Berners-Lee
Internet News
11 February
W3C Announces XML 1.0 Recommendation
Financial Times
11 February
Web Made Clearer, Nicholas DentonXML 1.0 Release
The Boston Globe
11 February
Search SuperiorityXML 1.0 Release
AnchorDesk
11 February
W3C Okays XML
ZDNN
10 February
W3C Recommends XML, Brian Hannon
Wired Online
10 February
W3C Gives XML Room to Run
Techweb
10 February
W3C Approves Extensible Markup Language, M. MaclachlanW3C
PCWeek Online
10 February
W3C Recommends XML, Brian HannonW3C
PC Magazine
10 February
Synchronized Surfing--A new standard in surf will bring new, TV-like content to the web, Angela HickmanSMIL, Philipp Hoschka
PC Magazine
10 February
Computing: BotSpot" W3C
Internet Week
10 February
XML Approval Slated for Today, Richard Karpinski
Inter@ctive Week
10 February
W3C Release XML 1.0 Spec, James E. Gaskin
InfoWorld Electric
10 February
W3C Endorses First XML Standard for Global Use W3C
C/net
10 February
W3C Makes XML a Standard, Erich Luening
Internet World
9 February
Standards Sought for Content Exchange W3C, P3P
InternetWeek
9 February
Specs Lay Foundation for Data Exchange, Richard KarpinskiWAI, CSS2
InfoWorld
9 February
XML Tools Ease Integration, Marc Ferranti
InfoWorld
9 February
Mortar 2.0 Keeps Developers in Step With The Latest Web Stanndards, Mike HeckW3C
InfoWorld
9 February
Microsoft Revives Mac's Explorer, Jeff Senna
InfoWorld
9 February
Microsoft Joins XML Standatrd GroupXML, ICE
The Wall Street Journal
6 February
Don't Expect Your Secrets to Get Kept on the Internet, Rebecca QuickW3C
InternetWorld
6 February
The W3C HTML Validation Services
C/net
6 February
XML Decision Due Next Week, Alex LashW3C, Berners-Lee
Internetnews
4 February
W3C Releases Draft of Web Accessibility Initiative WAI, Judy Brewer
ENT
4 February
XML Poised for Takeoff, Michele RosenW3C
C/net
4 February
W3C Issues Accessibility Draft, Paul FestaW3C, WAI, Judy Brewer
Wired News
3 February
Adding Sense to Sensory on the Web, Chris OakesWAI
W3C Press Release
3 February
W3C Issues Guidelines to Extend Benefits of the Web to a Broader Community WAI
Internet Week
2 February
XML Targets Apps W3C, XML
Internet Week
2 February
First XSL Editor Unveiled XSL
InfoWorld
2 February
Vignette Pushes Server, ICE, Dana GardnerW3C
InfoWorld
2 February
Internet Plumber of the Year, Jim Gettys, Bob MetcalfeBerners-Lee
ZDNN
1 February
Web Developers Get Something to SMIL About, Patrick MitchellSMIL, Philipp Hoschka
ZDNN
1 February
StyleMaker W3C, CSS
ZDNN
1 February
Author Tools Step Forward,W3C, CSS
ZDNN
1 February
1997: Discontinuous Yet Related, Michael FloydW3C, WAI
WebVantage
1 February
W3C Acknowledges XML-Data Specification
WebVantage
1 February
Microsoft, Qualcomm and Lotus Submit HTML Threading Proposal to W3C
Windows Sources
1 February
32 Ways to Build a Better Web: Why microsoft.com Swapped Java for DHTML
Windows Sources
1 February
32 Ways to Build a Better Web: Intro, R. Young
Windows Sources
1 February
32 Ways to Build a Better Web: HTML Technology Primer, Scot Hacker
Windows Sources
1 February
32 Ways to Build a Better Web: Editors
Windows Sources
1 February
32 Ways to Build a Better Web: DHTML, Scot Hacker
Windows Sources
1 February
32 Ways to Build a Better Web: CSS, Scot Hacker
Computer Shopper
1 February
Web Developers Get Something to SMIL About, Patrick MitchellSMIL, Philipp Hoschka

January

ComputerWire, Inc
28 January
Vendors Propose Making Multi-Threaded Emails SimplerW3C
The San Diego Union-Tribune
27 January
Net Rides In On Wave of Inventions, Frank Klimko and Bill KlimkoBerners-Lee
The San Diego Union-Tribune
27 January
Glossary of Internet TermsW3C, HTML
Report on Electronic Commerce
27 January
Open Market Supports XML Proposal, Which Has W3C Backing W3C
C/net
27 January
W3C Posts Threading Proposal, Beth LiptonW3C
Network World
26 January
Lean and Mean, Mark GibbsHTML
InfoWorld
26 January
Database Vendors Consider XML, Paul KrillW3C
InfoWorld
26 January
ArborText Ships XSL-based XML EditorXML, XSL
Information Week
26 January
XML On The Rise, Gregory DaltonW3C, E Commerce
Hartford Business Journal
26 January
Who Sets the Standards?, Matt StraznitskasW3C
Wired News
23 January
Banking on the Java of E-Payment Systems, Joe NickellXML
ComputerWorld Hong Kong
22 January
Officials Team Up in Effort to Accelerate Development of Chinese-Language Web Applications,W3C
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
21 January
Keeping Government's Internet Filter Off Our Computers, B. RamseyJim Miller
Glens Falls, NY Post Star
21 January
Internet Filter System Raises Censorship IssueW3C
C/net
21 January
C/net Reviews Browsers: Amaya W3C
The Independent - London
20 January
Network: Web Design, J. Cranford TeagueHTML, W3C
Webweek
19 January
Brief Convergence Of Browsers Seen, Nate ZelnickW3C, XML, HTML
The New York Times
19 January
Technology to Let Engineers Filter the Web and Judge Content, Amy HarmonW3C, Berners-Lee, PICS
Lan Times
19 January
XML to Power Smart Web Pages, Joe PaoneW3C
Information Week
19 January
Suite Builds Time-Saving Web Applications, Gregory DaltonXML
Greensboro News & Record (New York Times News Service)
19 January
Web-Filtering Rules Stirring Up DebateW3C, PICS
Electronic Commerce News
19 January
Standards Proving Anything But, Open Trading Protocol On Its WayW3C
Computer World
19 January
XML PublishingW3C
Business Review Weekly
19 January
The Web Myth, R. LangfordBerners-Lee
LeMonde
18 January
Amaya, la troisieme voie, Yves EudesW3C, Amaya
Inter@ctive Week online
15 January
Can Net Privacy Coexist With E-Commerce?, Connie Guglielmo and Will RodgerP3P
ZDNN
14 January
Can Broadcasters Get the Jump on Digital TV?, Peter Lambert
MacWeek online
14 January
Web Tool Writes in XML,XML
ABIX - Australian Business Intelligence
14 January
It's coming: HTML 4.0 gets official nod, W3C, HTML, Berners-Lee
ZDNet
12 January
Big Brother Browsing: That's Personal, Laura B. SmithP3P, Joseph Reagle
ZDNN
12 January
The Right Way to Do New Year's Resolutions, Jesse BerstW3C, HTML
Internet Week
12 January
A Piece of the XML PuzzleW3C
Inter@ctive Week
12 January
Can Broadcasters Get the Jump on Digital TV?, Peter LambertW3C, SMIL, HTML
InfoWorld
12 January
If You Wait for Business Needs to Drive Technology Buys..., Bob LewisBerners-Lee
Computer Reseller News
12 January
World Wide Web Group Updates HTML Spec, Lisa PicarilleHTML
Seybold Awards
9 January
1997 Seybold Editors Awards W3C, XML
MacUser
9 January
World Wide Web Consortium Supports XML 1.0W3C
Computer World
9 January
Web Rating System Criticized, Sharon MachlisPICS
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
8 January
New Noises for Internet Regulation Self-policing May Be Answer, W. Wilson
SanDiego Daily Transcript
8 January
Conference Targets Privacy, Censorship, Change on the Internet,W3C, Jim Miller
Portland Oregonian
8 January
Net Screening Woes Only Just Begun, G. Tibbits
Investor's Business Daily
8 January
Leaders & Success: The Web's Tim Berners-Lee, David MutchBerners-Lee, W3C
Wired News
6 January
"Microsoft Delivers IE4 for Mac W3C, CSS
CyberTimes
6 January
New Rules on Internet Content Fuel the Battle Over Filters, Jeri ClausingW3C, PICS

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Datachannel and Microsoft Codevelop XML,W3C, XML
Curriculum Administrator
Math Software Tool for the World Wide Web,W3C
Computer Shopper
The Hub, Stephanie IzarekDOM
Computer Paper (Canada)
Working Draft of XSL 1.0 Published,W3C
Computer
Web Extensions Promise Distributed Computing
Computer
Designers: The Browser War Casualties, Barry PhillippsW3C, MIT
Computer
Nifty Technology and Nonconformance:The Web in Crisis, Nate ZelnickCSS, W3C
Computer
Media-Independent Publishing: Four Myths about XML, Jon BosakXML
Component Strategies
Component Interoperability with XML, David CarlsonXML
Communications of the ACM
Consensus All Around, Bradley RichardsW3C
California Computer News
XML Adventure,HTML, XML
Beyond Computing
Tools for Tracking the Web, Mary Ryan GarciaCanon, Java, WebTrends
Atlanta Computer Currents
Stream It To Me: Real Networks and Microsoft go to the Mat on Multimedia, Elizabeth Powell CroweSMIL
AS/400 Technology Showcase
Overhaul HTTP for Next Generation Says W3CHTTP, W3C
Application Develpment Trends
XML Makes Strides, XML
Application Develpment Trends
Bluestone has Support for EJBs
Windows NT Systems
Working With IIS 4.0 Log Files, Emmet DulaneyW3C
Windows
Communicator 4.5 Provides Power E-mail, Scot FinniePICS
Windows
Internet Explorer 5.0 - A Peek under the Hood, Scott FinnieHTML
Web Techniques
The Next Big Picture: Scalable Vector Graphics for the Web, Lisa ReinXML
Web Techniques
Sychronized Multimedia on the Web, Larry BouthillierSMIL
Web Builder
Get a Jump on XML Development,XML
Web Builder
Internet Explorer 5.0 - for Intranets Only?,XML, CSS
Web Builder
Compatibility with Compromise, Eric KrockW3C
Tele.com
The Next Wave, Burnes HollymanXML
SunExpert
Test Your Site with Web-Based Tools,W3C
SunExpert
P3P-Platform for Privacy Preferences, John N. StewartW3C, P3P
Red Herring
WebMethods,XML
Practical Internet (England)
A Homepage, James SeabrightHTML
Photo Electronic Imaging
Poetry In Motion,XML
PC World
You Are For Sale, Jeffrey RothfederW3C, P3P
PC Australia (Australia)
Object-based Web Design, William Robert StanekHTML, XML, W3C
PC Australia (Australia)
Previewing Microsoft IE5.0,XML, HTML
New Zealand PC World (New Zealand)
IE 5 Aims to Display Web pages Your Way, Yael Li-RonCSS
Micro Publishing News
First XSL 1.0 Working Draft PublishedW3C, XML
Microsoft Interactive Developer
What XML Can Do For You, Dino EspositoXML
Mapping Awareness (England)
Enabling the Masses, Matt ToonCSS
Mapping Awareness (England)
News from the Net,SMIL
Macworld
QuickTime Goes Pro, Christopher BreenPICS
Internet (England)
Web Professional:, Roger GannPICS
Internet (England)
Creating Your Own Ratings System, Bill ThompsonPICS
Information Today
RealGood Multimedia on the Web, P�ter Jacs�SMIL
Interactivity
Streaming Media, Ben WaggonerSMIL
Global Telephony
Learning Lessons from LNP, David Taylor and David MendesXML
Futurebanker
Information Comes to Those Who Consumers Trust, Andrew ReinbachWeitzner, P3P
Extended Attributes
HTML 4, Style Sheets, and OS/2, Richard KlemmerW3C, HTML, CSS
EXE (England)
Visual InterDev 6.0, Neil HewittCSS
Digital� Production Executive
Looking Beyond Print, Brian LawlorXML
Computer Technology Review
Email Security Follows Protocol, PICS
Computer Shopper
Site Building, David LinthicumSMIL
Computer News
Markup the Web,W3C, XML
Computer Design
Rethinking the Web with XML, Peter VarholXML
Closing The Gap
Closing the Gap Conference, WAI
Civic.com
Macromedia Dreamweaver 1.2,CSS
Chicago Computer Currents
Netscape turns 4.5, Elizabeth Powell CrowePICS
Business Finance
E-Business Standards Consortia:W3C
Business 2.0
Pretty Lame Privacy, P3P
Boston Computer Currents
Netscape Turns 4.5: The Latest Communicator is no Windows 98, Elizabeth Powell CrowePICS
AS/400 Technology Showcase
HTML Shows Its Age, Don DenoncourtHTML, XML
Acorn User (England)
SMILe - the Show's Just BeginningSMIL
Videography
The Ever-Amazing Video Web, Jon LelandCSS
SunExpert
Mr. P. and the Eighty Percent Solution, Michael O'BrienW3C
Southern California Computer Currents
Netscape Turns 4.5: The latest Communicator is no Windows 98.PICS
PC Magazine
On Netscape's Horizon:� Communicator 5.0, Matthew GravenPICS
PC Graphics and Video
Vector Graphics Jockeying for Space On Internet, Amy WoodsAutodesk, Visio, W3C, XML
New Zealand PC World (New Zealand)
XML Spoken Here: New Web Language Promises Smarter Surfing,W3C, XML
NetProfessional
Getting Started with XML,XML
Mobile Computing & Communications
Web Pioneer Wins Genius GrantBerners-Lee, MacArthur Foundation
MacWorld (England)
Microsoft's W3C Vector Format Move,W3C
Internet (England)
Staying Safe and Sound online, Bill ThompsonPICS
Internet (England)
Standards Watch: AccessibilityW3C, WAI
Interactivty
XML & the Hypertext Holy War; on the web, Old Disagreements Become New Acronyms, Michael MacroneXML
IBM Computer Today (England)
E-Business Not Yet There for the Masses, Beth BarlingW3C, XML
HP World
XML, Mark WonsilXML
GIS World
XML Provides Web-based GIS a Path to Scalable Vector Graphics, Eric J. StrandW3C, XML
Electronic Commerce World
European Advances for EDIXML, W3C
DOS?V Magazine (Japan)
Tech Ranger! Next Generation's Standardf: The Messiah of Internet...,XML
Dallas/Fort-Worth Computer Currents
Netscape turns 4.5: The latest Communicator is no Windows '98,PICS
Control Engineering
Cyberpage:� Recommended Standards make the web more accessible, Matt BellmW3C, WAI, CSS
Computer Shopper (England)
Zygote Finds a FriendBerners-Lee
Computer Shopper
Access By Design, Stephanie Izarek and John HalpinW3C, Berners-Lee, WAI
Computer Paper British Columbia Edition (Canada)
Weaving Your own Website: Part XXXV, Keith Schengill-RobertsW3C
Computers in Physics
XML Structure Data for the Web, Mark BeckerW3C, XML
Computer
Mathematical Markup LanguageW3C
Boston Interactive
Prince Andrew Sounds The Call for Greater Web Access, Frank SedgewickW3C, WAI, Berners-Lee, Brewer
BackOffice
Dream Job, Chris AmaruCSS
Application Development Trends
Searching for the Holy Grail, XML style, Jason J. MeserveXML
Yahoo! Internet Life
Short Sighted, Jeri ClausingW3C, WAI
Wired
Minitel Mafia vs. The Net, Stephen ShipsideBerners-Lee
Red Herring
Standards: Tim Berners-Lee on XML and W3C, Deborah ClaymonW3C, Berners-Lee
Publish
Adobe and Macromedia Angle for Vector Standard, Mark NichosonW3C
Practical Internet (England)
Hypertext, Chris EllisonPICS
PC Magazine
Object-Based Web Design, William Robert StanekW3C
PC Direct (England)
SMIL Standard Paves Way For TV Quality,W3C
PC Direct (England)
The WebfatherBerners-Lee
Mapping Awareness (England)
Vector Standard Proposed by Consortium of Companies,W3C
MacWorld
XML Drives Web Graphics Proposal,W3C
Internet (England)
Unsung Heroes, Mike BrackenW3C, PICS
Inform
AIIM '98 Show Report, Priscilla EmeryBerners-Lee
IBM Computer Today, (England)
Smil,Smil
Consumers' Research
Endangering Cyber Commerce, Ellen J. RiegelW3C
Computer Shopper
Smart Is Best: WWW Consortium, Graeme KiddBerners-Lee, WWW7, P3P
Computer
Lurching Toward Babel: HTML, CSS and XML,HTML, CSS, XML
Web Techniques
Improving Accessibility With HTML 4.0: Enabling The Web For People With Disabilities, Mike PacielloW3C
Web Techniques
CSS2 Pushes Through Standards ProcessW3C
Systems
So, What's XML, Jaye GallagherW3C, XML
Systems
SDML Spec heads Towards XMLW3C,� XMl
Practical Internet (England)
Reading, Writing and The Internet, Steve PatientBerners-Lee
PC Pro (England)
The Future Of Work, David TebbuttW3C, Berners-Lee
PC Direct (England)
Much Ado About Privacy, Rivka TadjerW3C
Object
Industry Heads Clash Over SWAP MeetW3C
MacWorld
It's Web Formats Warfare: W3C Proposes Multimedia Spec, Rebecca GulickW3C
IEEE Spectrum
At Last, Math Figures On The Internet, Paul MillerW3C
IEEE Software
New Spec Has Multimedia Developers SMILing, Craig MenefeeW3C
IEEE Software
In Brief: New Math On The WebW3C, MathML
HP Palmtop Paper
Through The Looking Glass: Hypertext - What Is It?, Ed KeefeBerners-Lee, W3C
Health Data Management
Internet/Intranets: XML Makes The Web As Easy As ABC, Alain L.SherterW3C, Bray
Dispatch (Canada)
HTML 4.0 Specification, Dave TrautmanW3C
Desktop Publishers Journal
Turbocharged Technologies Are Igniting Internet Design,W3C
Computing Japan
Setting The Stage For Tomorrow's Internet Appliances,W3C, Matsubara, KEIO University
Computer
Toward a More Intelligent WebW3C, Berners-Lee, RDF, P3P
Cisco World
Cascading Style Sheets Spec Issued by W3CW3C
California Computer News
Filtering In Freedom,PICS
Application Development Advisor (England)
Browsing the Future, Simon BissonW3C
Yahoo! Internet Life
Pretty Strange: Bizarre Gallery,Berners-Lee
Webmaster (England)
XML - A Mark-up Makeover For Business, Steve PatientW3C, Berners-Lee
Southern California Computer Currents
AIIM '98Berners-Lee
Searcher: The Magazine For Database Professionals
In-House Content Providers: A New Role For Information Professionals, Susan FunkeW3C, PICS
Publish
Living Large With XMLW3C
Publish
Dynamic HTML: Is It a Dream Come True?, Janine WarnerW3C
Managing Information
"Knowledge, Language and Semantics: XML And VHG TM, Peter Murray-Rust and Lesley WestW3C
Managing Automation
Editor's Letter: It's Faster Than We Think, David BrousellBerners-Lee
MacWorld (London)
It's All Change At CeBITPICs
MacAddict
Reviews: Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0, Scott LoveW3C
Internet (London)
Standards Watch: May '98Berners-Lee
Family PC
Keeping Kids Safe, Laura RushPICS
Dialog (Siemen's Nixdorf Information Systems)
Trust The WebBerners-Lee
Digital Output
SGML Becomes OASIS, Responds to XML InitiativeW3C
Computer
W3C Pushes Net Access for the Disabled, David ClarkW3C, WAI, Brewer
Canadian Computer Wholesaler
Connect The Dots: Selling To The Networking Market, Jeff EvansBerners-Lee, HTML
Boardwatch
Euro News: New Police Moves On Net PornPICS
Boardwatch
@Internet: Multicast Your Fate To The Wind, Thom StarkBerners-Lee
Washington Computer User
Safer Surfing: The RSACi Rating System Leaves Much to be Desired, Cynthia KurkowskiPICS
Software Development
Gearing Up for Web-Native Applications, Lisa ReinW3C
Searcher: The Magazine for Database Professionals
The Challenge of the Educated Web, Susan Kinnell CartyBerners-Lee
Mac World UK
W3C & ISO OK XML & VRML: Apple Given Third Degree on 3D Web StandardsW3C
LAN Magazine
The Book of Genesis, Dan TebbuttBerners-Lee
Internet
Standards for LanguagesW3C, Berners-Lee
Headstart, Australia
Net Uncertain For Teachers, Deanie CarbonWWW7, Berners-Lee
e-Business Advisor
Solutions: Designing Front Ends, Richard CampbellW3C
e-Business Advisor
XML 1.0 Makes Its Debut,W3C
Computer Shopper
Networking: The Hub, Stephanie IzarekW3C
Computer
W3C Approval Gives XML a Push, Lee GarberBerners-Lee
Amlaw Tech
Lessig and The Leading Lights, Arian Campo-FloresPICS
Wired
Taming the NetBerners-Lee, PICS
Wired
Innocent Little AngelsPICS
Windows Magazine
Dynamic HTML,W3C, DHTML
WebTechniques
XML: Can the Desperate Perl Hacker Do It?, Michael LeventhalXML
WebTechniques
Dynamic Navigation with DOM, Mark McManusW3C
PC Direct
HTML 4.0 Gets W3C Thumbs UpW3C
Java Report
W3C Recommends XML StandardW3C
Internet Computing
Much Ado About Privacy,W3C
DBMS
Data Binding in Dynamic HTML, Rick DobsonW3C
Computers in Libraries
Filtering the Net in Libraries: The Case (Mostly) Against, Harry WillemsPICS
Byte Magazine
Weaving a Better Web, Tony GrahamW3C
Business Online
Welt Weit Wirken,W3C, Josef Dietl
Arabian Computer News
W3 Consortium Arrives at the Brink of XML StandardisationW3C
ZD Internet
Authoring Tools Step Forward, Scot HackerW3C
Yahoo! Internet Life
Exploratorium: Anatomy of a Web-Site,Berners-Lee
Windows Sources
Become a META Master, Davie StromPICS
Windows Sources
32 Ways to Build a Better Web, Robbin YoungW3C, CSS, DHTML
PC Direct
Web Allies Seek Access for All, Ryhs LewisW3C
On The Internet
On the Web -- And Blind, Dan JellinekWeb Accessibility Initiative
OnLine & CD Rom Review
HTML 4.0: The Beginning of Maturity?Berners-Lee
MacWorld
XML Ascends on the Web, Stephen BealeW3C
Java Report
W3C Releases HTML 4.0 SpecsW3C
InternetWorld
The Future of JavaScript, Aaron WeissW3C
Internet AU
Add Some Style to Your Web, Michael PriestW3C, CSS
Internet AU
7th Annual Web ConferenceBerners-Lee
InfoWorld
HTML 4.0 Gets Rich Quickly, Andrea DudrowW3C
Information Today
W3C Releases XML SpecsW3C
Information Today
"W3C Issues First Public Draft of Synchronized Mulotimedia Integration Language (SMIL)W3C, Hoschka
IEEE Communications Magazine
The Language of the Internet, Eddie RabinovitchBerners-Lee
Dr. Dobb's Journal
XML Programming in Python, Sean McGrathW3C
Database Programming & Design
The New Face of Data Access, Seth GrimesBerners-Lee
Computer User
Web Parenting, James MathewsonPICS
Computer Paper, Greater Toronto Ed.
W3C Issues HTML 4.0 Recommendations, Craig MenefeeW3C
Chicago Software Newspaper
The Web is What We Make ItBerners-Lee
Application Development Trends
A Dialogue with Users,, Jack VaughanBerners-Lee
Yahoo! Internet Life
Top of the Net '97
St Louis Computer User
Safer Surfing, Cynthia KurkowskiPICS
Puget Sound Computer User
Safer Surfing, Cynthia KurkowskiPICS
Internet
Creating Interactive Web Sites With DHTML,W3C