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Tim Berners-Lee, Inventor of the World Wide Web

Facebook is Celebrating Internaut Day – Should We?

We’ve already celebrated the 25th birthday of the World Wide Web. On 12 March 1989 Tim Berners-Lee submitted his original proposal for a distributed system of hyperlinked documents on the internet. Just over two years later, the web went public, when Berners -Lee began posting details of The WWW Project on newsgroups, beginning on 6 August 1991. […]

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Why Standards Matter

When you take your car into a mechanic you expect them to do the job correctly and to meet industry standards. It’s not something you ask about, as it’s taken as a given. When it comes to web design, however, standards are all too often put in the back seat. You could get into a […]

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