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W3C CEO Jeff Jaffe’s blog

Progress in Lyon – TPAC 2010

W3C met in Lyon, France 1-5 November for an annual W3C gathering we call "TPAC" (for Technical Plenary and Advisory Committee, pronounced "T-pack"). This was my first TPAC. Based on what I saw and what I heard it was a...
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Global and Accessible Web

Over the summer I did less blogging due to vacations. But I am in the middle of a series about our organizational task forces, so in the next few postings I will complete that series. I've blogged in detail about...
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The expanding Web platform

Last week I attended the www conference in Raleigh. It was my first technical conference since I joined W3C less than two months ago. Good conference. Keynotes, panels, technical sessions, poster sessions – all good. Lots of good work underway....
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First impressions

You only have first impressions once. Last week was my chance. Here are some highlights. I'm sure we'll revisit these over time. Positive things that were as expected For me, a major attraction to come to W3C is its reputation...
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W3C CEO blog – First posting – March 8, 2010

A few simple reflections as I begin my new role at W3C. The role The World Wide Web is easily the most revolutionary development that has changed not only information technology, but everything about business, education, entertainment, and information retrieval....
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