Posts tagged ‘internet’

Yes, maybe I am little bit too nitpicky, but this bugs me: April 30th 1993 the World Wide Web became officially accessible for the general public and libwww became open source. Some media saw this as a reason to celebrate yesterday the 15th birthday of the WWW. Due to this “birthday” I stumbled across a […]

Concerns regarding OpenSocial

November 1st, 2007

I guess you didn’t miss the big hype about Googles OpenSocial (link doesn’t work so far), which is a set of open API standards for social networks. I like Google for using open standards and working with and not against the community. But regarding this opening of social networks (same for FOAF/XFN) I have strong […]

EN: Tim Berners-Lee, father of the www, blogged his statement (also as video) on net neutrality.

Next Version – Web 3.0

May 6th, 2006

EN: Tim O’Reilly writes on the O’Reilly radar his definition of Web 3.0: “[I]t’s when we apply all the principles we’re learning about aggregating human-generated data and turning it into collective intelligence, and apply that to sensor-generated (machine-generated) data.” He also mentioned the expression “the semantic earth” dubbed by David Weinberger.

Save Net Neutrality

April 23rd, 2006

EN: The risk of losing the internet we know today is increasing. Especially big ISP are threatening net neutrality. Read more [via] See a video explaining net neutrality. (Did I mention already that I don’t like flash …). Also a nice source: Joi Ito mentioned this problem in great keynote speech (video download […]