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The future web by the guy who invented it…. July 9, 2008

Posted by Stuart Parker in Informal learning, NBSE, social media.
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An audio interview via BBC with Sir Tim Berners-Lee who pretty much invented the World Wide Web. He talks about the ‘semantic web’ which in simple terms is kinda like all the information and data available online being available in one language, so it can be shared by everyone. Some of today’s online stuff is starting to hint at this progression and our project by default will keep track of these developments. It’s these developments that our project will use as a platform to deliver on.

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1. Tim Berners-Lee on the Future of the Web (and other people muddying the waters) - jon bounds - July 9, 2008

[…] for a long while now) is the Semantic Web. He attempts to explain it here on the Today programme (via NBSE blog and others), but it is a difficult concept to grasp. More in depth discussion here as part of a […]


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