What is the future of “The World Wide Web”?
April 30th, 2008

Today marks the anniversary in which The World Wide Web was born at CERN.

“Exactly 15 years ago the directors at the [CERN] lab where the web was first developed signed a document which said the technology could be used by anyone free of charge…That decision was instrumental in making the web truly world wide.”

In commemoration of this momentous occasion the BBC News talked with many key figures who have helped shape (and are currently shaping) the World Wide Web in order to get their views on the future of the Web.

The following BBC News article: Luminaries look to the future web highlights the future-thinking perspectives of many “luminaries” including: Sir Tim Berners-Lee, Professor Nigel Shadbolt, Professor Wendy Hall, Kai-Fu Lee, Dr David Belanger, Mitchell Baker, Mark Bernstein, Robert Cailliau, Robert Scoble, and Tim O’Reilly.


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