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25 years ago the world changed forever

If you grew up thinking that the Web always existed since you were born, you may be right. If not, you may remember the very early days of the Web. Two years ago¬†we¬†celebrated¬† the invention of the Web on the anniversary of the March 1989 memo written by Tim Berners-Lee¬†outlining his¬†proposal for the World Wide […]
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Wishing Tim Berners-Lee a happy birthday!

Today is Tim Berners-Lee‘s birthday and we’d like to wish him a very happy birthday and many happy returns of the day. Happy birthday, Tim! We are so grateful that you invented the Web ¬†27 years ago! and that you are¬†shepherding¬†us, at the W3C (the Team, our members and all our¬†40+ Working Groups¬†in our work¬†including: […]
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Invitation to upcoming GIPO sessions at EuroDIG

I participate in GIPO (Global Internet Policy Observatory), to help frame the dialog on Internet Governance, and in the context of the upcoming European Dialogue on Internet Governance (EuroDIG) taking place in Brussels on 9-10 June 2016,¬†a number of sessions will be devoted to GIPO with experts and interested stakeholders. I’ll be there! You may […]
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Summaries of TPAC2015 Breakout Sessions

During TPAC (“Technical Plenary / Advisory Committee”) every year, W3C hosts a Technical Plenary with panels and presentations that brings participants together. For a few years now, we’ve organized most of the plenary as “camp-style” Breakout Sessions and all the participants are invited to propose Breakout Sessions. The meeting attendees build the Breakout Sessions Grid […]
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Job: China Business Development Lead & Marketing Coordinator

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is looking for a new, full-time staff member to be located at Beihang University in Beijing, where W3C has its China Host, to fill two roles: China Business Development Lead (CBDL) (60%) and a W3C Marketing Coordinator (40%). Responsibilities: In the role of China Business Development Lead (60%) the […]
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Geek Week at W3C

A little-known fact about W3C is that once a year there is Geek Week — a time for staff, technical or not, to spend a few days on a project of their choosing, either individually or with others. Some use this time for self-development, such as a reading week. Some use it for creating or […]
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