December 19, 2005

The WWW inventor starts his blog

Tim Berners-Lee, who started the WWW back in 1989 in a room in CERN, Switzerland (the other two guys present were having a coffee at the time), has finally started his own blog. It's relatively rare to see a first blog post with 402 comments (accessed now). Think he's up for an Edublog Award? ;-)


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It's also very odd to hear people being so nice (fawning) on the internet. It's a new voice(or i travel in mean circles). I wonder what it would be like if we felt that way about the people who run our countries. Of course, they'd have to have a spirit of collaboration with something other than they collaborate now.

(i can add an extra award at the end of the audio... wanna be the mystery co-host?)

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