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Chinese Museums meet to talk about making the Web a better place for Museums

Beijing Association for Science and Technology hosted a meetup event to talk about merging of Web and the museums on January 7, 2018 in Beijing. About 30 representatives from top Chinese museums, public agencies, research institutes and other interested organizations attended. See detailed attendee list at the end of this blog. W3C China Host staff […]
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New Draft for Portable Web Publications has been Published

One of the results of the busy TPAC F2F meeting of the DPUB IG Interest Group (see the separate reports on TPAC for the first and second F2F days), the group just published a new version of the Portable Web Publications for the Open Web Platform (PWP) draft. This draft incorporates the discussions at the […]
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Creating the future of Web and TV

The future of TV’s so bright, we gotta wear shades. Earlier this month I was lucky enough to attend CES in Las Vegas and spent a lot of time being wowed by innovations in TV-related areas. There was the obvious headline-grabbing tech such as curved screens (the jury’s still out, it seems) and gorgeous OLED, […]
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TPAC 2007 – HTML Working Group had informal jamming session!

It was intended to be a fun session for the HTML Working Group face to face meeting, but the word spread out and suddenly many people joined us at the room. The jam started and suddenly Tim Berners-Lee joined Dan Connolly, Steven Pemberton, Ian Jacobs, Janet Daly and others on the lyrics...
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