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Tim Berners-Lee on eGovernment [video]

January 11, 2008

Snapshot of Tim Berners-Lee videoWe make available today the video keynote that Tim Berners-Lee recorded for the 4th EU Ministerial Conference that took place in Lisbon on 19-21 September 2007. The video length is 15 minutes and it’s available in small size and large size. There are also available the video transcript and a set of accompanying slides that was used as a summary of the video content by José M. Alonso to complement the keynote.

The video is encoded is Ogg Theora format. If you have problems watching it, we have some help available. The conference organizers also made the video available at YouTube.

Posted by: José Manuel Alonso at 11:17 am categories: Events, Media

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