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Tagged with “world wide web” (7)

  1. Recounting the Early Web with Original Blogger Jason Kottke — The Empower Podcast — Overcast

    We were thrilled to have Jason Kottke join us on the podcast this week. Jason has been honored by Wired as one of the people who “have shaped the future we live in today,” was the designer of the long-lasting Gawker logo, helped create Buzzfeed, and is currently continuing to blog at the same site he’s been maintaining since 1998, Kottke.org.

    https://overcast.fm/+KvsfRelE4

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  2. The “First” Blogger, Justin Hall | Internet History Podcast

    A lot of people give credit to Justin Hall for being, if not the first, then spiritually, at least, the “first” blogger. Since early 1994, first as Justin’s Homepage and at various points, as Justin’s Links from the Underground and Links.net, Justin Hall has been writing online and sharing online—especially, sharing himself online—longer than almost anyone else on the planet. Hear his story today, and watch his documentary at: http://overshare.links.net/

    http://www.internethistorypodcast.com/2017/06/the-first-blog-justin-hall/

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  3. Keynote Address: Tim Berners-Lee —€“ Re-decentralizing the web - some strategic questions

    Tim Berners-Lee Keynote: "Re-decentralizing the web - some strategic questions"

    Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web in 1989. He founded and Directs the World Wide Consortium (W3C) the forum for technical development of the Web.

    https://archive.org/details/DWebSummit2016_Keynote_Tim_Berners_Lee

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