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W3C will be holding a Workshop in Paris, Publishing and the Open Web Platform in September of this year, 2013.
There’s been a lot of discussion on how the social web is changing business. One of the challenges slowing down the adoption of social web is due to a lack of cross-industry interoperability, as social business is still in its early stages. Open standards are one way the industry can overcome this challenge. As the W3C is one of the organizations workinrmg to help, we've decided to host an event to deteine future directions for standardizing the social web for business-driven use-cases.
By: Ada Rose Cannon
Today's approaches for managing trusted identities online, social networking, security, and privacy are uneven and at times incompatible. Tackling this market fragmentation, the W3C organized the Identity in the Browser workshop on 24-25 May in Mountain View (California, USA).
By: Shawn Henry
Do you remember a time when people around you broke out in laughter, but you didn't hear the joke? You could be doing a similar thing to your audience — leaving some people out.... Read on to learn how to make presentations, talks, meetings, and training accessible to all of your potential audience, including people with disabilities and others...
By: Karl Dubost
You might remember that the W3C is organizing a workshop about Video On the Web in the Silicon Valley at San Jose (12-13 December 2007). The Workshop will be simultaneously displayed in Brussels allowing remote participation from Europe. When W3C...
By: Karl Dubost
Today, at SFC Keio University, a workshop on Multimodal Architecture and Interfaces is starting. MMI Architecture is a loosely coupled, event-based architecture for integrating multiple modalities into applications. A bit hard to understand, I bet. Let's start with a hollywood...