15 years of the public domain web

It’s fifteen years since CERN announced that web code was in the public domain

CERN letter

Tim Berners-Lee has talked on the BBC news site about the way things could go in future, and I managed 4 mins on BBC Radio 5 Live talking about why the Web matters…

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  3. Hamilton Grayton says:

    I like your analogy of “swimming through” rather than “surfing on” the Web. Reaching the conclusion that the information that is accessible via the Internet will pervade most aspects of our lives (if we want it to). Is that what you meant?

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