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W3C in the Press - 1995

Below are 1995 articles about W3C in the international press. Please send articles you would like us to consider to w3t-pr@w3.org, with "[Article]" in the Subject line. We reserve the right to choose which articles we include.

December

ComputerWorld
18 December
Internet object standard promised,
W3C
Inter@ctive
18 December
Accord Reached on Web Objects, Tim Clark
Tim Berners-Lee, W3C
InfoWorld
18 December
Consortium to standardize Web objects, Nick Wingfield and Sari Kalin
HTML, W3C
The New York Times
18 December
His Goal: Keeping the Web Worldwide, Steve Lohr
Tim Berners-Lee
Associated Press Financial Wire
14 December
Ratings Technology Almost Ready, But Many Questions Linger, Evan Ramstad, Evan Ramstad
PICS
iWorld
14 December
Knowledge Representation and the Web,
HTML
Associated Press
13 December
Web Inventor Warns of Browers Bias, Evan Ramstad, Evan Ramstad
Tim Berners-Lee
USA Today 13 Dec. '95
13 December
A Widening Web,
Tim Berners-Lee, W3C
Inter@ctive
12 December
Anti-Censorship Efforts Merged, Tim Clark
PICS
The New York Times Syndicate 12 Dec. '95
12 December
World Wide Web Conference Kicks Off In Boston, John Evan Frook, John Evan Frook
W3C
Ft. Myers Florida News-Press
11 December
Parents find good and bad news in technology, Al Brumley, Al Brumley
PICS

November

Communications Week International
27 November
Web Consortium Starts European Chapter,
W3C
The New York Times 20 Nov.'95
20 November
If Medium Is the Message, the Message Is the Web, John Markoff
Tim Berners-Lee
Wall Street Journal
20 November
Software Firms Launching Products That Let Parents Screen the Internet, Carmen Fleetwood
PICS
The Japan Times
15 November
The Web evolution continues: Consortium tries to think beyond WWW's medieval age, Evan Ramstad
Tim Berners-Lee, W3C
Computer Weekly 9 Nov '95
09 November
Put a British stamp on the Web,
Tim Berners-Lee, W3C
Computer Weekly
09 November
Web standards body takes in Europe: Tim Berners-Lee, creator of the World-Wide Web, has started a European branch of his US-based vendor-neutral forum, W3C, John Riley
Tim Berners-Lee, W3C
Computer Weekly 3 Nov '95
03 November
French pip UK users to Web development, John Riley
Tim Berners-Lee, W3C
Wall Street Journal
03 November
European Firms Join Research Group In Bid to Guide Internet Development, Douglas Lavin
Tim Berners-Lee

October

Associated Press
31 October
Comments by Tim Berners-Lee,
Tim Berners-Lee
Hayward California Review
31 October
Group endorses Software to exclude porn on Internet,
PICS
USA Today
30 October
A system to limit kids' on-line access, Leslie Miller
PICS
Datamation
15 October
Pic Your Web Site,
PICS, W3C

September

PCWeek Online
11 September
Standards could put bite on unwanted Web data, Michael Moeller
HTML, HTTP, PICS, W3C

April

PC Magazine
25 April
Netsite Means Business, O. Ryan Tabibian
W3C

January

Arabian Computer News, England
01 January
How to make a Web Page,
HTML, W3C
Computer
01 January
Here comes the Web-content judge,
PICS
Services Industry Newsletter
01 January
Oracle introduced Oracle WebSystem for building client/server Web applications,
W3C
Uniform Monthly
01 January
Doing Business on the Net, Tom Abate, Tom Abate
W3C
Webweek
01 January
Is An API War Looming?, Ellis Booker, Ellis Booker
W3C
Communications
01 January
Take Your Pics,
PICS
Online Design Northern California Ed
01 January
Virtual Entrepreneur / The WorldView of Tony Pariso, co-inventor of Virtual Reality, J.S. Dove
Tim Berners-Lee
Forbes ASAP
01 January
The Coming Software Shift, George Gilder
Tim Berners-Lee

Highlights

Number 1: World Wide Web Consortium

Cover of Boston Globe magazine on MIT 150

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