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All posts by Coralie Mercier

About Coralie Mercier

Coralie is Head of W3C Marketing and Communications.

W3C honored with Emmy® Award for Standardization of a Full TV Experience

W3C is delighted to be the recipient of a Technology & Engineering Emmy® Award from the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. We are being recognized for worldwide media standard enabling a Full TV Experience on the Web. Among the web technologies that the Web Consortium develops, HTML5 has brought videos to the Web, […]
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30 years ago the world changed forever

In March 1989, while at CERN, Sir Tim Berners-Lee wrote “Information Management: A Proposal” outlining the World Wide Web. 30 years ago today, Tim’s memo was about to revolutionize communication around the globe. Today we celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Web and in a few months, we will be celebrating the 25th anniversary of […]
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Web Inventor, Tim Berners-Lee, and W3C Track at The Web Conference 2018

W3C once again joined The Web Conference, previously known as the WWW Conference, for The Web Conference 2018 which took place last week in Lyon and featured a W3C track, exhibition booth, and tutorials. W3C Tutorials took place on Monday and Tuesday of the week with a focus on Data Visualization, Audio on the Web, […]
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Celebrating the anniversary of the Web

On 12 March we celebrate an event which has both historically changed the world and is key to creating and empowering its future. In March 1989,  while at CERN, Tim Berners-Lee wrote his memo “Information Management: A Proposal” which outlined the World Wide Web. Today we celebrate a Web that is: Universal, International and truly […]
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Ask us anything on WebAssembly

I am happy to announce that we are partnering with Catchpoint who are helping us set up our first “Ask Me Anything” session, in partnership with O’Reilly. The first W3C AMA session takes place on Zoom.us this Thursday, December 14, at 1800Z, and the topic is WebAssembly. WebAssembly is poised to help change the landscape […]
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W3C expresses concerns on visa suspension that may hurt our worldwide collaboration

W3C statement in the wake of recent changes that may hurt our worldwide collaboration: Global cooperation is critical to the development of the World Wide Web. Contributors to and implementors of Web standards come together from around the world to specify and build an interoperable platform for information exchange, the Open Web Platform. Our Team […]
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W3C holds events and creates opportunities at TPAC 2016, Lisbon in September

W3C is creating numerous opportunities and events this year during the TPAC 2016 week in Lisbon, Portugal, 19-23 September 2016: Monday Developer Meetup (Web Payment demo, a11y, Webauthn, Flexbox, IndieWeb, etc.) Tuesday breakfast with CEO Jeff Jaffe for W3C group Chairs Technical Plenary Day breakout sessions (Read and submit breakout topics in wiki) Publishing Community […]
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