Tim Berners-Lee On the Future of the Web

Tim Berners-Lee On the Future of the Web
Dan Gould
  • 17 september 2008

Sir Tim Berners-Lee is the pioneer responsible for the first successful communication between an HTTP client and a server, making him the founding father of the World Wide Web. Mental Floss magazine has a good run down of Tim’s thoughts on the current state of the WWW, and where it’s headed next.

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