Tim Berners-Lee, the man attributed to the creation of the internet, gave a speech at an MIT symposium and shared his two decades worth of internet knowledge (RT @RalphRivera: RT Tim Berners-Lee Believes Web Access is a Human Right http://t.
Significant budget cuts are threatening the viability of open government data and transparency programs, despite their proven cost-effectiveness. (Why the U.S. Should Stand Behind its Commitment to Open Government Data [OPINION] http://bit.
Nike Seeks Fellow to Start an Open Data RevolutionProgrammableWeb (blog)Athletic shoe and apparel giant Nike recently announced that it is looking for a fellow to help ignite an open data revolution within the company.
Martha Lane Fox is the UK Digital Champion and she is on a mission to essentially eliminate the digital divide in the UK, making internet usage as common as TV usage. (UKs Digital Champion Martha Lane Fox Talking about #egov http://om.
Evaluating Facebook's 'Open Compute' ClaimsInternet EvolutionAs noted by analyst Richard Fichera of Forrester Research in his blog last week, Facebook has bypassed the traditional datacenter design that relies on uninterruptible power supplies and linked its servers directly to custom power supplies.
Hypertext creator says structure of World Wide Web 'completely wrong'Computerworld AustraliaThe creator of hypertext has criticised the design of the World Wide Web, saying that Tim Berners-Lee's creation is “completely wrong”, and that Windows, Macintosh and Linux have “exactly the same” approach to computing.
Information AgeMIT NewsAnd in a session titled “Computing for Everyone,” Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the World Wide Web, pleaded on behalf of a discipline he called “Web science,” which would employ analytic techniques from fields as far flung...
Federal government transparency programs, including data resource directory Data.gov, face across-the-board budget cuts by 75% in the latest version of the federal budget to emerge from Congressional negotiations.
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